PKG Social Impact Interns contribute to World Wildlife Fund Greenhouse Gas Emissions Briefs
The World Wildlife Fund, a popular site for PKG’s Social Impact Internship program, recently launched their website “Measuring and Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Specific Commodities” containing 10 briefs on GHG emissions from key commodities.
WWF Markets Institute Interns contributed to this project, many of whom are past Social Impact Interns: Aviva Intveld (’23), Claire Kim (’23), Alex Kolade Paul-Ajuwape (’22), Juliet Liao (’23), Quinn Langford (’24), and Ji Min Lee (’21). Their work contributed to these briefs and their content was absolutely critical! All interns are authors on their respective briefs.
Some of the aforementioned Social Impact Interns shared their internship experiences on our blog, check them out below:
To read more about the PKG Center’s partnership with the World Wildlife Fund through our Social Impact Internships program, click here to read their guest post on our blog. And consider applying for an internship at WWF next IAP or summer!
Tags: Climate Change, Social Impact Internships