The National Science Foundation is beginning a national search for the Assistant Director for Biological Sciences (BIO), and we seek your help in identifying visionary candidates. The new Assistant Director (AD) will succeed Dr. Joanne Tornow, who has served with distinction since February 2019.
The Montana Renewable Energy Association is a membership based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2000. We are businesses, individuals, families, farmers and ranchers, municipalities, students, and advocates dedicated to expanding Montana’s use of renewable energy in order to conserve natural resources, create jobs, and increase the independence and resilience of our communities. MREA's mission is to foster the growth of renewable energy for all Montanans through education, advocacy, and industry engagement.
The city of Boulder’s vision is to work toward a new economic and resource system that delivers better outcomes for people and the environment, where business models, products, and materials are designed to increase use and reuse, replicating the balance of the natural world where nothing becomes waste and everything has value. This position will provide leadership and innovation for a circular materials economy, increasingly built on renewable resources, is diverse, and inclusive.
ICLEI USA wants to support your community’s climate resilience journey with our Cities Race to Resilience support package, an exclusive offer for ICLEI USA members that sign on to the Race.
Is your river facing a decision in the coming year that will impact its fate? America’s Most Endangered Rivers is the most influential national campaign to galvanize public action and secure victories for rivers, clean water and communities.
Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC), one of the most effective conservation organizations in the United States, seeks a Director of Conservation to play a key role in major campaigns to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) is a joint Canada-U.S. not-for-profit organization with a mission to connect and protect wildlife habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive. We are the only organization dedicated to securing the long-term ecological health of this entire region. We take a scientific and collaborative approach to conservation and highlight and focus on local issues that affect the region.
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – British Columbia (CPAWS-BC) is part of one of Canada’s oldest non-profit conservation groups. We have been defending lands and waters in BC since 1978 and are dedicated to keeping BC’s natural environment thriving forever. Nature is BC’s best hope.
Award Period: Three years
Funding Amount: Award amounts range from $75,000 to $1 million over three years.
Up to $10 million in funding is available for habitat restoration and resilience awards for underserved communities though NOAA’s FY2022 Coastal Habitat Restoration and Resilience Grants for Underserved Communities Notice of Funding Opportunity.
Award Period: Three years
Funding Amount: Award amounts range from $1 million to $15 million over three years.
Up to $85 million in funding is available for habitat restoration and coastal resilience through the NOAA FY2022 Transformational Habitat Restoration and Coastal Resilience Grants Notice of Funding Opportunity.
Funding Amount: Approximately $15 million available to fund approximately 10 projects for up to five years.
This federal funding opportunity provides natural resource managers, researchers, and other stakeholders with the chance to compete for funding to conduct a collaborative, previously planned research project that informs a specific management decision impacting natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico.
The SCIP Fellowship is a one-year professional development opportunity for pre-tenure faculty at U.S. institutions who identify as underrepresented racial or ethnic minorities.
The Santa Clara University Center for Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship seeks to hire a postdoctoral fellow to conduct research in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, food security and food justice,and social, economic, or environmental sustainability of food business or systems. Past research has included urban and community food systems, food waste and innovative solutions to food waste, food/ nutrition insecurity, and agrifood tech.
CPAWS-NWT (www.cpawsnwt.org) is one of 13 Chapters of the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS), which is a national non-profit conservation organization established in the 1960s. The NWT Chapter was founded in 1996 by a group of NWT volunteers and since 1999 has been supported by a volunteer Board of Directors and staff who work with public and Indigenous governments and organizations, communities, other non-government organizations and individuals to achieve conservation outcomes in the NWT.