Deadline: August 15, 2022
The eight-month program brings together a diverse group of talented young clean energy and climate leaders from emerging countries.
The Yale Emerging Climate Leaders Fellowship offers an opportunity for 16 young climate and clean energy practitioners from across the Global South to broaden their technical skills, deepen their professional networks, and exchange views with top global clean energy and climate change leaders. This new eight-month, three-part initiative—based out of Yale’s International Leadership Center with partnerships throughout the university—will launch in Fall 2022.
Sixteen young practitioners drawn from multiple career tracks from across Asia, Africa, and Latin America/Caribbean with a common passion to become future leaders in the clean energy/climate change space.
Yale Climate Fellows will model diversity in terms of gender, country origin, and professional background.
Yale Climate Fellows will be drawn from a wide variety of career tracks, including: public servants, industry regulators, entrepreneurs, energy company/utility professionals, bankers/financiers, journalists, educators/researchers, civil society representatives, legislators, legal advisors, and consultants.