The CEC has multiple openings throughout its various divisions – Apply now!
Given the high level of interest in developing world projects this year, Cleantech to Market (C2M) has added a new project, Modular roofing tiles, involving both a partnership with UC Berkeley’s Development Impact Lab as well as a new startup in India called Re-Materials.
… this Thurs, May 8. Haas students enrolled in C2M must submit and/or update their project preferences by Mon, May 5 (email to Bev/Brian). Graduate students outside Haas must apply no later than May 5 to be included in this round (applications will continue through the summer for any remaining openings). For project updates, click on the title above to see slides from the April 30 info session.
Is China not only exporting cheap goods, but also overseas pollution to United States?
The Food Bikery seeks to prove that food bikes are a safe, legal, low-capital, and low-footprint alternative to food trucks.
Bennett Resnik, a law student at Vermont Law School, provides a legal analysis of the Energy Charter Treaty’s function as a mechanism for settling disputes in the global energy marketplace.
Nikhil Gargeya reflects on the South Asian Energy and Environment BERCshop on April 14th.
This Wed, April 30, 5-6 pm, Haas C110 (pizza will be served). WHO SHOULD ATTEND: All Haas students enrolled in C2M and students outside Haas interested in C2M. Please attend even if you submitted your project preferences! So far, initial preferences are clustering 3:1 on a couple of projects. In past years, a deeper understanding of the technologies has naturally spread interest out across the various projects.