2022 Climate-Tech Policy “Boot Camp” for Early Career Researchers
The Center for Clean Energy Innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) is pleased to invite applicants to participate in its 2022 climate-tech policy “boot camp” for early career researchers. The boot camp’s main purpose is to strengthen researchers’ understanding of how leaders in government, business, and finance make policy and management decisions, so their research has greater impact on real-world clean energy and climate innovation outcomes.
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