Climate Intern – E3G Third Generation Environmentalism

About the Internship
The primary focus of the Internship will be to provide robust and compelling evidence based research regarding the economic and technical feasibility of extracting fossil fuels from the Arctic, and work alongside our Arctic team to analyse the geopolitical ramifications of such extraction and development of trade routes.
In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to provide logistical and administrative support to the Arctic team where necessary.
The research will involve developing evidence base on the following issues:
Manage and update existing evidence on which companies are extracting in the Arctic, the nature of the extraction, production estimate date and reserve estimates (proven and unproven)
Develop evidence regarding which companies have stakes in Arctic infrastructure
Develop analysis on the global economic and geopolitical drivers and trends of oil and gas in order to understand the consumers and demand for Arctic fossil fuels
Outline existing domestic regulation/subsidies impacting extraction
Research technological and innovation capacity and trends in Arctic drilling
Outline the technological, infrastructural and logistical challenges and costs associated with Arctic fossil fuel drilling’
About You
You are a highly motivated self-starter with a strong interest in economics, energy and climate security.
You are a creative thinker, able to learn fast and to work flexibly with a range of people. You are prepared to go the extra mile to deliver high quality outputs to challenging deadlines.
You are comfortable with complex research projects, pay close attention to detail, able to prioritise and be eager to coordinate and undertake administrative tasks. The work you will undertake will make full use of your research and analytical skills.
A degree-level education in is required and masters or other post-graduate qualification would be an advantage. 
The successful candidate must have good technical knowledge to handle issues regarding energy production, consumption and economics. Sound knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel and proficiency in Powerpoint is required. 

E3G will cover the costs of travel (within the M25) and lunch expenses 

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