NRDC is seeking an intern to work with its Land & Wildlife Program’s Dirty Energy Team in NRDC’s Washington D.C. office. This internship will support NRDC’s advocacy work pertaining to public lands and federal oil and gas regulation and policy. This work includes protecting public lands, wild places, and communities from the impacts of oil and gas development utilizing advocacy, research, administrative processes, and litigation. Please note that this internship will include a variety of research responsibilities, including non-legal, factual and policy matters. For example, analysis of data, legislation, or science.
Stanback Positions are only available to current or enrolled Duke University student for September 2018
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