The Senior Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison (Sr. TCRL) for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC) serves as the lead on Alaska tribal climate adaptation science needs under the guidance and direction of the Executive Director (ED of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS).
American Progress has an immediate opening for an Associate Director or Director of Ocean Policy on the Conservation team in its Energy and Environment department. This role will be responsible for leading American Progress’ work to develop and execute national and regional strategies as well as campaigns to further its ocean policy, climate change, and clean energy goals.
Wildsight’s Youth Climate Corps exists to connect, inspire and empower young adults interested in making a difference for the greatest challenge of this generation: THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
The Managing Director for Center for Healthy Climate Solutions is responsible for managing the Center's operations, development, management and implementation of ongoing and new research programs carried out by the Co-Directors and overall research program.
Weather and Climate Extremes Impact Fellow - Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP)
Work Term: September 1, 2023 - May 31, 2024
The Georgetown Climate Center (GCC) is seeking a Georgetown University student (from any undergraduate or graduate program/campus in a relevant area of study) interested in working with the Center as a summer Research Assistant (RA) to support our work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the healthcare sector. GCC is assessing federal and state energy and climate policies that could help hospitals and other healthcare delivery organizations meet ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets.
The Georgetown Climate Center (GCC), based at Georgetown University Law Center, seeks to advance effective climate, energy, and transportation policies in the United States - policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help communities adapt to climate change. For ten years, the Center has worked at the nexus of state and federal climate and energy policy to inform federal policies with the lessons of state and local communities and to serve as a resource to the states and local governments we serve.
The University of Minnesota has launched a cohort-based Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment (IonE). We envision a world in which sustainable agriculture feeds the world; renewable energy powers healthy homes, efficient transportation and flourishing businesses; every person has access to food, water and shelter; oceans, lakes and rivers are clean and healthy; communities have vibrant economies, neighborhoods and cultures; and thriving ecosystems support flourishing economies and societies.
Ocean Visions is a science and innovation organization whose mission is to identify, develop, demonstrate, and ultimately deploy equitable, durable, and scalable solutions to the ocean’s most pressing environmental challenges. The Ocean Visions Network brings together some of North America’s leading oceanographic and research institutions with a diverse set of private sector actors - all with a shared interest in developing and deploying real ocean solutions.
Expressions of interest are invited to fill a potential three year postdoctoral fellowship that will focus on assessing the cumulative impacts of significant adverse impacts (SAIs) and climate change on vulnerable marine ecosystems (VMEs) in the northeast Pacific Ocean. Interested persons should have expertise in the development and application of species distribution models with an interest or experience in predicting climate-induced changes to the distribution of deep-sea corals and sponges.
The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) invites public interest lawyers defending the rights of Indigenous peoples related to land or the environment to apply for the 2023 Killian O. Doherty Environmental Justice Fellowship. We seek applicants focused on protecting these rights in Africa or Asia to collaborate with ELAW in 2023.
The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) is accepting applications for an experienced attorney to join our growing team. ELAW seeks an experienced lawyer to help protect biodiversity and the climate in a role that will focus on climate, biodiversity, energy transition, or Indigenous peoples' rights.
The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) is accepting applications for an experienced attorney to join our growing team. This is an exciting opportunity to work with leading public interest lawyers across Asia to protect the rights of communities and the environment. ELAW collaborates with lawyers representing local communities and NGOs to build a sustainable, just future. ELAW's global partners are bringing innovative legal actions challenging the status quo and addressing complex environmental problems.
ELAW is accepting applications for an experienced attorney to join its Defending Defenders Program. This is an exciting opportunity to work with public interest lawyers around the world to protect the rights of communities and the environment. ELAW collaborates with lawyers representing local communities and NGOs to build a sustainable, just future. ELAW's global partners are bringing innovative legal actions challenging the status quo and addressing complex environmental problems.
ELAW seeks a motivated financial professional to manage the accounting and financial matters of the organization.
ELAW seeks a professional with expertise in climate science. The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) is accepting applications for a knowledgeable climate scientist to join our growing team.
We are pleased to invite prospective applicants to apply for Adaptation Planning Grant Program (APGP) Round 1 funding. APGP staff incorporated into the Round 1 funding Guidelines feedback stakeholders gave during public listening sessions, focus groups, and key informant interviews throughout 2022. Round 1 has a two-phase application process. First, one representative from each project team must fill out the Request for Full Application - APGP Intent Survey to indicate their intent to apply and gain access to an individualized SharePoint folder.
The City of San Leandro desires to solicit qualified proposals to prepare a plan in accordance with this Request for Proposals (RFP). The City of San Leandro seeks proposals from qualified firms, consultants, or consultant teams to perform professional consulting and planning services related to developing a comprehensive Shoreline Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan.
The Town of Ithaca is recruiting for a Sustainability Planner position to plan and execute initiatives to address climate change issues, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, and promote community sustainability in the town. This position serves as the town’s lead advisor on sustainability issues and involves frequent interaction with elected officials, the community, and other municipal officials.