The Journal of Environmental Investing (JEI) is an interdisciplinary, open access publication featuring critical, vetted information relating to the current environmental investing imperative. The JEI presents research papers, commentaries, case studies, and reviews on manifold topics. It continues to focus the critical issues of creating, deploying, financing, structuring, and managing successful market-based solutions to the environmental challenges of the day.
In addition to regular issues, the JEI is expanding its content to include original and previously circulated working papers, case studies, video and print interviews, POV essays, conference proceedings, book reviews, user-driven content, blogs, data on environmental investing, and news. Specifically, the JEI has established formal curated Working Groups on: Carbon, Water, Sustainable Property, Forest Finance, Renewable Energy and Divestment. It has also started an initiative to create and collect case studies on environmental investing.
At the heart of the Journal of Environmental Investing is the global clearinghouse for all topics related to environmental investing, offering free access to unbiased and objective information about environmental investing. It is written for and by asset owners and managers, scientists, economists, policy makers and regulators, technologists, academics, students, and other stakeholders interested in the search for real solutions to the sobering state of global environmental affairs.
The JEI has been at the heart of this search for the last five years and remains committed to being the clearinghouse of relevant critical information needed to shape and make prudent environmental investment decisions.
Book Review Editor
Director of Social Media
The Journal of Environmental Investing (JEI) is an online journal that publishes original research and commentaries on all areas at the intersection of the environment and investing (www.thejei.com). We are seeking an intern to help us build our database of prospective contributors, reviewers, readers, and advertisers. The intern would work with the editor and managing editor to identify and segment the target markets (academia, business, NGO, financial institutions, etc.) and develop specific lists of contacts (that would include name, title, affiliation, email, phone, web site, areas of competence) for each market. The list would be maintained in Excel. The intern would also help created and deliver marketing messages (typically via targeted eblasts) to each segment.
Because the JEI is a digital publication, the intern is expected to work remotely, with sufficient regular interaction and direction from the editor and managing editor. This is an unpaid position.
- Create and manage JEI database of prospective contributors, reviewers, and readers
- Develop message for each targeted communication
- Strong communication and research skills
- Skilled at Excel and Word
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Familiarity with environmental issues a plus but not necessary
Contact: Mary Cavanagh, Managing Editor
Journal of Environmental Investing