The Land Use Conservation & Policy (LUCP) Section supports WDFW’s land use conservation work in the Ecosystem Services Division of the Habitat Program. Through the LUCP Section, the department works in partnership with other state agencies, local governments, and land managers to ensure the needs of fish and wildlife are considered during development of and revisions to land use plans, policies, ordinances, and related actions.
This position manages relationships between the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC) and its Tribal partners in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana. The liaison will be responsible for working closely with partners from a variety of Tribes, Pueblos, and inter-tribal organizations to develop and deliver trainings on climate adaptation and related topics, provide support to communities seeking or engaged in adaptation activities, and work to identify and reduce barriers in implementing Tribal adaptation activities.
UCAR is excited to announce the job opening for the ASP Rising Voices, Changing Coasts Postdoctoral Fellow.
This position is responsible for conducting independent or collaborative, culturally relevant research as related to the RVCC-Hub priorities and questions, leading to results worthy of publication in scientific journals. Three broad topic areas of interest are Changing Coastal Weather, Coastal Erosion and Flooding, and Coastal Ecosystems.
The RVCC-Hub goals are to:
Adaptation International is seeking a Regional Resilience Catalyst to join our organization to support climate resilience planning and project implementation in under-resourced communities in the South Central U.S. This position will work in close collaboration with the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (SCIPP), which supports building sustained, collaborative relationships, and equitable climate resilience in the South Central U.S.
In coordination with the U.S. Department of Interior, the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) welcomes public comment on the draft prospectus of the First National Nature Assessment (NNA1).
Do you want to work with a growing partnership working to address the challenges of climate change in Minnesota? Are you an exceptionally organized and detail oriented individual who enjoys working on different aspects of programming and research coordination? If so, please consider applying for the latest opening for a Project Coordinator with the University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership! Learn more and apply at z.umn.edu/MCAP_Coordinator
Addressing the climate and biodiversity crisis necessitates a shift towards an alternative economic paradigm that prioritizes the preservation of natural resources, promotes biodiversity, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and enhances equitable economic opportunities and well-being for Indigenous Peoples, local communities, and smallholders.
As an Officer you'll manage the most complex sensitive or precedent-setting finance & political risk insurance projects with an emphasis on using innovative financial structures to drive climate finance including but not limited to debt-for-nature swaps, financing of coal plant retirements, nature based solutions, development & execution of risk sharing or blended finance platforms with other financial institutions, & development & execution of financing models for climate adaptation investments.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center-New Orleans (LSUHSC-NO) has an open rank faculty position available in the School of Public Health’s Environmental and Occupational Health Program.
Project Manager, Program Team, U.S. Department of State, Office of Global Change, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES/EGC).
Campus Compact is recruiting Climate Action Leaders (Full-time AmeriCorps Members) to lead the charge in building climate-ready campuses and communities.
The mission of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health is to prevent illness, injury, and premature death, to assure access to high quality public health and health care services, and to promote wellness and health equity for all people in the Commonwealth.
Now is an exciting time for climate resilience in Washington State. Action is happening at state and local levels to ensure that Washington’s people, ecosystems and economy are resilient in the face of a changing climate. This includes the recent passage of legislation to support Washington’s agencies, local jurisdictions and communities to enhance their resilience. In the 25 plus years that the Climate Impacts Group has been engaged in creating a more resilient future for the state, we have never seen as much action as we see today.
The City of Campbell is hiring an exceptional Environmental Programs Specialist to join our Community Development Department and support preparation of a Citywide Climate Action Plan. The city is committed to preparing a holistic Climate Action Plan that reduces the community’s greenhouse gas emissions while also implementing adaptation and resilience strategies in response to a changing climate.
The Climate Resilience Specialist (UW Job title: Research Scientist 3) will work with the CIG’s lead scientists to synthesize literature, engage with partners, and apply research on climate impacts and adaptation, with a focus on resilience planning, prioritization, and effectiveness. The CIG collaborates with local, state, tribal and regional partners on the challenges that they face in adapting to a changing climate. For over two decades, CIG has worked with these partners to research, assess, and plan for climate risks.
Colorado State University and the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands(CEMML) are seeking qualified candidates to serve as a Coastal Resilience Ecologist. This position will support on-going climate change analysis and adaptation planning for United States Department of Defense (DoD) installations. The candidate will be a key member of a group of interdisciplinary scientists that provide climate change analysis and resources across the DoD landscape.
Our City Forest has been the leading urban forestry non-profit in the San José area since 1994. Our mission is to cultivate a green and healthy Silicon Valley by engaging community members in the appreciation, protection, growth, and maintenance of our urban ecosystem, especially our urban forest.
Start date: Negotiable between Sept 30, 2023, and January 6, 2024 – though an earlier date is preferred.
Salary: Negotiable, $70,000 to $80,000 annually