Are you our new intern urban sustainability transitions?

Are you interested in working on just sustainability transitions in the context of European cities? Apply now to become our new intern urban energy transitions at DRIFT. Deadline: April 21st.
We are looking for a motivated masters student to contribute to research, education and engagement activities focusing on the governance of just sustainability transitions in cities. You will, among other things, be part of our team of researchers working on the EU-funded TOMORROW project. In the TOMORROW project we collaborate with six European cities (Brasov, Brest, Dublin, Mouscron, Nis and Valencia) to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 – balancing the climate urgency with the need for social justice. Besides this project, you will also become involved in DRIFT’s broader research agenda on just and sustainable cities (e.g. also with research on social innovation in cities as part of the SONNET project). 
As the urban energy transitions research intern, you will mainly work on:

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