The criteria for the UMN-based fellow is:
"University of Minnesota: The Institute on the Environment (IonE), through engaged scholarship and innovative educational programming, leads the way toward a future in which people and the environment prosper together. IonE pursues solutions to the biggest challenges of the 21st century related to climate adaptation, energy, food production and land use, freshwater conservation, urban resilience, and more. A NatureNet fellow at IonE will address the ecological economics or the management of agricultural ecosystems to maximize carbon storage and/or clean water. Candidates can select relevant faculty mentors who are current institute fellows or any UMN faculty who is interested to become engaged with the institute."
Candidates apply online here by Nov. 30, 2016.
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