Posts about careers in energy and the environmental sector.
Anoucheh Bellefleur completed the MSc Political Economy of Europe at LSE in 2013. She now works as an Energy Consultant at Capgemini Consulting.
” LSE has offered you a fantastic opportunity to higher this potential, so be proud and ambitious”
Find out more about Anoucheh Bellefleur and her experiences on her graduate profile page.
Each year at LSE Generate we see an increasing number of funding applications focused on the problem of climate change. When climate change is a distant concept and doesn’t ‘appear’ to be having a direct impact on your life, it’s relatively easy to ignore it. For many LSE students, however, the devastating changes in the environment have had a […]
We spoke to Jess Lobo about Green Impact at LSE and the wonderful Green Impact Project Assistants they recruit at LSE to help with their work.
Green Impact is a national environmental award scheme run across the country, now in its eighth year at LSE. It sees departments ranging from the Library to the Halls and LSE Cities to Catering, […]
In Lent Term we welcomed a range of Corporate Responsibility (CR) and sustainability specialists (including LSE alumni) onto campus to talk about their career paths, what their day-to-day jobs involve, and what the future holds for people interested in CR as a career.
Thanks to Isabella from Sancroft, Yogesh from TCS, Lisa from AIM, Stephanie from the JP Morgan Foundation, […]
Through the Tata Social Internship Scheme, LSE has been awarded a total of nine projects working on social entrepreneurship, environmental development, and corporate social responsibility community-based projects. Projects run for eight weeks and interns are based in India during this period.
In 2016 we have some really interesting projects covering the following areas:
Tata Chemicals, Mithapur
Livelihood (non-farm based): Understanding women’s collective and its […]
Bella Mosselmans is a third year undergraduate studying government. Last summer, she spent three months in Sierra Leone volunteering for Restless Development. Since returning to the UK, she has started a campaign to stop British mining companies’ exploitation of Sierra Leone. Here are her thoughts on what she learnt while volunteering and what she’s campaigning for now she’s back in the UK. This blog was originally written […]
MSc Environmental Policy and Regulation graduate, Meaghan Krohn, writes about her experience working at Syniverse as an EDF Climate Corps Fellow and about the integral role of CSR in business. One of the biggest hurdles I face in my transition from graduate school into my career is that my chosen career path – corporate sustainability – is not a traditional profession. […]