Science-Policy Intern, Integrating Ecosystem Services into Decision-making – WWF

 Intern sought to help consolidate new knowledge and tools at the science-policy interface for ecosystem services; build and synthesize evidence that demonstrates the power of ecosystem service approaches; and, mainstream results by bringing them to the attention of potential users and decision makers. Specific areas of focus may include:

  • mainstreaming ecosystem services into policy and decision-making
  • institutional and policy analysis
  • scenario development
  • connecting ecosystem services to human wellbeing
The successful applicant will have an interdisciplinary background in environmental policy, geography, political economy, and/or ecology. Position requires excellent research and writing skills, with a preference for demonstrated expertise in policy analysis or methods for analyzing case studies. Must be able to work efficiently and independently. Experience with ecosystem services and GIS would be a plus.

Contact: Amy Rosenthal,


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