Yes. Please note, for the purposes of this scholarship competition, “environmental studies” has a broad definition. It encompasses environmental science, engineering, management and conservation, business (economic and social impacts on the environment), as well as environment-related programs in other disciplines.
The intent of the scholarship is to support education and research in those areas in which Clean seeks to effect change: climate change, energy, transportation, waste, water, air quality, environmental education and the interactions of environment and health. Therefore, if your research at the graduate level relates to any of the areas listed above, you may qualify to apply for this opportunity. If you are not sure whether or not your research is applicable, please see question 10.