Yale’s Environmental Performance Index (EPI) has emerged as the premier framework of national-scale metrics for global environmental policy analysis. Data and indicators from 180 countries gauge progress on 20+ environmental public health and ecosystem vitality goals. The framework offers a policy-relevant scorecard that highlights leaders and laggards in environmental performance, gives insight on best practices, and provides guidance for countries that aspire to be leaders in sustainability. The Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy (YCELP) is looking for research assistants to contribute to the 2018 release of the next EPI report. For more information, visit epi.yale.edu.
Requisite Skills and Qualifications:
We are looking for a research assistant who is conscientious, flexible, and motivated to learn about the environment. Students with any of the following are desirable: demonstrable writing skills, experience using R or GIS software, and graphic or web design. Previous experience on research projects is a plus. Please describe how this project fits with your academic and professional development in less than 300 words and include a resume.
- Joseph Battles '18