The Grand Challenges Summer Internship Program offers students the opportunity to spend their summers in settings that will enrich their expertise and understanding of topics related to energy and climate, global health and infectious disease, sustainable development and environmental sustainability. The program is sponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute, the Woodrow Wilson School and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The application deadline is
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Energy Service Corps is a joint project of the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group and AmeriCorps working with local communities to achieve greater energy efficiency- to cut down on our energy use for the betterment of the environment and to cut costs and save residents money on utility bills. Energy Service Corps focuses on educating and serving local communities through educating low-income communities, providing direct services such as weatherizing homes and educatin
Is your research sustainability-related? Does your work deal with energy, climate, or the environment? Are you or your group involved in sustainable civic action? Or, have you simply been meaning to learn more about climate change and energy? Then attend or present a poster at this year's IMAGINE A Sustainable World conference on February 12, 2010 in the Friend Center Convocation Room.
Application deadline: Wednesday, Jan. 20 "The Green Business Plan Competition seeks to foster environmental entrepreneurship among Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students. The competition will accept any green business plan, whether it is a high-risk, nonprofit venture in a developing country with enormous environmental benefits and low profit potential or a for-profit green venture focused locally. The judges will provide valuable feedback on ways to enha