Embark on a meaningful journey with the Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) – a global organization shaping the future of sustainable finance and policy. At CPI, we blend financial expertise with policy insight to help governments, businesses, and financial institutions drive economic growth while addressing climate change. With offices in Brazil, India, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, we’re on a mission to empower governments, businesses, and financial institutions to drive economic growth while combatting climate change.
Why Join Us?
- Unique Focus: CPI stands out for its emphasis on finance, convening capabilities, and unwavering analytical rigor.
- Innovative Impact: Be part of a team recognized for tracking sustainable investment trends, pioneering business models, and championing solutions for a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy.
- Global Influence: Contribute to projects like the Global Landscape of Climate Finance and the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance, influencing billions of dollars towards sustainable growth in developing countries.
About the role
Our Climate Finance Program is seeking talented and skilled individuals to support our research teams in developing high-quality and actionable research and policy analysis.
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a world-recognized team on cutting edge analytical projects that support policy frameworks and investments to drive the transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient world. Projects that interns may work on include:
- Climate finance data tracking, including the Global Landscape of Climate Finance – the most comprehensive global inventory of global climate change investment.
- Financial instrument development, including via the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance which has supported financial instruments that have attracted billions of dollars to drive low-carbon and climate-resilient growth in developing countries.
- Examining the roles of different actors within the international financial architecture as they related to climate finance flows and impacts, such as the IMF’s Resilience and Sustainability Trust.
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