Established in 2011, the mission of the Erol Foundation is to invest in effective organizations and courageous leaders with the potential to move our world to a more sustainable, just, and prosperous future.
This internship provides a unique and exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to work with a philanthropic foundation by providing research and analysis to support grantmaking efforts in our four priority areas. The intern will work closely with Erol staff to provide research, social media, administrative and event support.
Northeastern University is searching for multiple tenured and tenure-track faculty candidates at all ranks (Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and/or Professor) as part of a coordinated university-wide search in the broad research area of Sustainability and Resilience.
The Equitable Adaptation Specialist will play a critical role in embedding equity considerations into the design, implementation and monitoring & evaluation of adaptation and conservation projects and strategies with field teams across the organization, and in support of them.
SNAPP, a first-of-its-kind scientific joint venture between The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), is a tool for developing sustainable solutions to global conservation challenges. Since inception, SNAPP, through its working groups, has provided science and user-friendly tools backed by hard data to identify and quantify nature's role and value in preventing and solving some of the most complex challenges the world faces around food and water security, climate change, and energy.
The 2022 EJ Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers RFA has been amended! Total Funding now up to $100 million. Up to $10 million per award for a 5-year period. Deadline extended to November 1st.
This Research Opportunity is broad in scope and will build on and collaborate with a suite of ongoing USGS, DOI, and academic research, and lead toward development of new guidance on carbon and wetland management at a national scale.
The North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (NC CASC; https://nccasc.colorado.edu/) within CIRES at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a Postdoctoral Scientist in Ecology to perform research activities on the topic of Ecological Impacts and Transformation under Climate Change in the 21st Century. The Postdoc will work in a highly interdisciplinary environment with a team of NC CASC and US Geological Survey ecologists, climate and social scientists, and adaptation specialists and their partner agencies.
APNEP and the North Carolina Sea Grant have jointly funded a graduate student fellowship to conduct applied research within the North Carolina portion of the APNEP management area. Fellows conduct research that addresses focus areas identified in the NC Sea Grant Strategic Plan and management actions from APNEP's Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan. The application period for the 2023 Fellowship is now open. The focus areas for this year's Fellowship are:
The Adaptation Sciences Program resides in the Climate Program Office’s (CPO’s) Climate and Societal Interactions Division (CSI). CSI has traditionally been a home for high-impact science, catalyzing some of the earliest U.S. government investments in regionally scaled, societally relevant, interdisciplinary climate research and engagement focused on characterizing risk and addressing vulnerability and adaptation through the use of climate knowledge and information in social context.
The NCSU State Climate Office, Carolinas Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessment NOAA (RISA) program, and the Carolinas Collaborative on Climate, Health, and Equity, is recruiting a postdoctoral research scholar with expertise in environmental or climate justice. This work will advance research on climate, health, and equity in Carolina communities.
The UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation (LCI) would like to hire a part-time Associate Project Manager and Staff Researcher to support research projects under its Climate Change Initiative. Research projects under this initiative typically examine the impacts of policies and programs aimed at mitigating or adapting to global climate change. This position represents a rare opportunity for someone seeking flexible part-time hours to work in one of the most impactful research centers in California advancing equitable environmental policy and other climate solutions.
The Climate Impacts Group is hiring a full-time Research Scientist 3 to co-produce applied research, synthesize literature, and engage with partners on climate impacts and adaptation for natural systems in the northwestern U.S. The position is located in Seattle, but remote work from the PNW may be possible.
The Research Scientist will support co-produced research and synthesis projects led by the Climate Impacts Group’s senior scientists and work with the U.S. Geological Survey Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center to coordinate the Northwest Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change Network. Focus areas of research and science synthesis will include climate impacts as they relate to species and ecosystems, invasive species, ecological disturbances, and landscape conservation.
This is a tenure-track position for an assistant professor. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in some aspect of Remote Sensing/ Geographic Information Systems or a closely related field. We seek an interdisciplinary scholar who uses remote sensing/geographic information systems, geospatial analysis, and modeling. This scholar can be from one or more of the natural or physical sciences (environmental science, ecology, geography, biodiversity, hydrology, marine science, climatology, agricultural sciences, physics, chemistry, and engineering or related fields), and or social science.
The Earth Commons (ECo Institute) within the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) seeks to hire a tenured faculty member at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. The faculty member will be based within the ECo Institute, with their tenure home within the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Term: Funding for this full-time position is secured through 12/31/2023. Extension of the position beyond this date is dependent upon future funding
Salary: $120,000 to $125,000 annually