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Call for interns @ Center For Environmental Policy And Sustainable Action (EPSA center)


The Center For Environmental Policy And Sustainable Action (EPSA Center), YL Cube is committed to ensuring that everyone is equipped to understand the nuances of Environmental law and policy while implementing actions that are sustainable. YLCube EPSA center examines environmental law and its jurisprudence in India and its scope in the international community. The center aims at streamlining the process of initiatives towards climate change and sustainability through law and effective policy. We are dedicated to expanding the scope of inclusivity of environmental policy and try to ensure that all stakeholder’s opinions are regarded in its policymaking. 

We're looking for interns, who are passionate about environmental law and policy and are interested in several related fields. We’re looking for interns to work on the following teams under YLCube EPSA center:


The interns shall be responsible for: 

(1) Managing the research projects.

(2) Working towards realizing the core visions and missions of YLCube EPSA center by developing novel and creative initiatives, 

(3)  Participating in YLCube EPSA center's sustainability initiatives. 

(4) Long-term interns may also be assigned the roles of project directors, based upon the performance and interest of the candidate.

By fostering actionable change and implementation at the grassroots levels, YLcube EPSA center aims at bridging the gap between academia and actual policy implementation, by creating opportunities for visible change outside the realm of legal research.


Students and young practitioners in the field of law, policy, and other allied fields.

Application Process

To apply for the role, please fill out the following form:   ( Please attach your CV and a writing sample in a single document while completing the application form.

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For any queries, please contact +91 95591 28985 (Ananya) or write to us at

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