Global Environmental Leadership Fellows

Global Environmental Leadership Fellows pursue world-class research to develop solutions to pressing global issues, such as land use and ecosystem management, global food security, freshwater resources, climate change adaptation, emerging diseases and links between population & development. Fellowships focus on three core areas: land use, ecosystem change, agriculture & food security; freshwater systems and water security; and the intersection of environment, population and development.

Application Process

Global Environmental Leadership Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis. The current request for applications is closed. We will announce future competitions via IonE’s e-newsletter and website. Please check back for future opportunities.

 

2011-2012 Fellows

Brain Robinson

Brian Robinson

Brian Robinson is studying how ecosystem services and programs to protect ecosystem services impact livelihoods and well-being in China and elsewhere.

Meggan Craft

Meggan Craft

Meggan Craft is a disease ecologist with interest in how infectious disease affects food security. She is studying disease dynamics in animal populations from an ecological perspective.