Who are Climate CoLab Impact Assessment Fellows?
Impact Assessment Fellows are committed researchers and volunteers with climate modeling and analysis expertise. They may be postdocs, PhD candidates or other graduate students, or staff members in organizations, with strong technical analytic skills.
What do Impact Assessment Fellows do?
Impact Assessment Fellows work to quantify the projected climate impacts of proposals on the climate CoLab, by reviewing proposals to estimate the greenhouse gas emission reductions or adaptation impact that can be achieved. The Fellows ensure a consistent calculation methodology is used for all proposals, taking into account technological efficiencies, economics, human behavior, and adoption rates. You are welcome to reach out to them to receive support on how to accurately estimate your proposals’ greenhouse gas emission reductions.