There is broad scientific consensus that climate change is occurring and is caused by human actions. However, there is a limited implementation of climate adaptation to help create resilient local communities. Local and regional governments have access to a wide range of resources that can help them become more resilient to climate impacts. Even with this information, communities still face significant barriers bridging the gap from planning to action.
he WaterSMART Drought Response Program supports a proactive approach to drought by providing financial assistance to water managers to develop and update comprehensive drought plans (Drought Contingency Planning) and implement projects that will build long-term resilience to drought (Drought Resiliency Projects).
Under the direction of the Executive Officer (EO), the Executive Director for Environmental Justice (EDEJ) will serve as part of the executive team and act as the primary contact for CARB on EJ, tribal, and California – Mexico border (CA-MX border) issues and concerns. The EDEJ will be responsible for providing policy consultation, recommendations and advice on EJ issues.
NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellows will focus on observing, understanding, modeling, and predicting climate variability and change on seasonal and longer time scales. This includes the documentation and analysis of past, current, or possible future climate variability and change as well as the study of the underlying physical, chemical, and biological processes. Applications are due by January 8, 2021
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Species Recovery Grants to Tribes support Tribally-led management, research, monitoring, and outreach activities that have direct conservation benefits for listed species under the Endangered Species Act. Federally-recognized Tribes and organizations of federally-recognized Tribes that have delegated authority to represent a federally recognized Tribe on matters relating to Endangered Species Act listed, candidate, or proposed species may apply. Applications are due by October 29.
The Transdisciplinary Environmental Science for Society (TESS) initiative at the University of Arizona has developed a set of online professional development short-courses, to equip future generations of researchers, practitioners, political leaders, and educators with the knowledge to actively confront society’s most complex environmental challenges. Many researchers want to apply their research to real-world problems, and decision makers want better access to advances in science. TESS content helps researchers and practitioners to bridge the gap between science and the needs of society.
The Northwest and Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Centers (NW CASC, SW CASC) invite statements of interest for tribal climate adaptation research projects to be initiated in Federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. The SW CASC is requesting statements of interest that specifically draw upon the application of traditional methods of ecosystem restoration and natural resource management, with special emphasis on fire in the context of climate change and adaptation.
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EPA, as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is seeking applications proposing research that will address behavioral, technical and practical aspects of interventions and communication strategies to reduce exposures and/or health risks of wildland fire smoke.
The Lead Community Organizer and Climate Justice Director organizes on the ground with local community groups in Massachusetts and co-coordinates the statewide coalition Mass Power Forward that joins frontline and fenceline groups with the environmental community to advance clean energy and environmental justice. In leading the organization’s climate-related work, the Climate Justice Director also supports our team region-wide to organize with local communities facing the most profound threats to their health and the climate.
The Pisces Foundation is seeking a collaborative, impact-focused self-starter with a passion for and experience in climate and energy to join our mission-driven team as Program Associate, Climate & Energy. The Climate & Energy Program focuses on the global impact of a powerful class of climate “super pollutants” including methane, black carbon, and HFCs. Super pollutant mitigation is the fastest way to slow the pace at which our climate is destabilizing.
The research fellow will work as part of the air quality, climate, and health unit as part of a team of researchers in a NYSERDA-funded study of energy-related air quality looking at temporal and spatial characterization of trends and their health effects. The research fellow will join an established Air Pollution and Climate & Health Program at DOHMH that conducts surveillance, research and health impact assessment and works across city agencies to develop programmatic and policy responses to improve air quality.
The person who accepts this new full-time, salaried position will work with the Executive Director and Board of the CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs (CRCJ) to launch a new statewide initiative supported by a multi-year grant.
The Director of International Program Development is responsible for identifying and developing new opportunities with corporate, foundation, and government donors for ISC’s international programs, currently focused in South and Southeast Asia. The position oversees all aspects of program design and proposal development from background research to proposal writing and timely submission. This includes researching, positioning, writing, and producing competitive proposals that will increase ISC’s funding and programs in Asia.
At the Climate Reality Project, we come to work every day to help solve the climate crisis. We do it by working from the ground up, empowering people and communities worldwide to fight for their future and together drive a just transition to clean energy.
Engaging with our volunteers is a core component of this effort. The Community Coordinator is responsible for supporting an exclusive, proprietary, worldwide online social networking platform called Reality Hub and empowering a global network of trained Climate Reality Leader volunteers to engage in meaningful climate action.
Established in 1995, San Diego Coastkeeper protects and restores fishable, swimmable, drinkable water for San Diego. The organization uses advocacy, science, education, and community engagement to tackle persistent and emerging water quality and water supply issues across the San Diego region.
Conservation Northwest, a regional non-profit organization working in Washington state and British Columbia, has a 30‐year track record of success protecting wildlands and connecting habitat across the Pacific Northwest to support the recovery of our region’s most iconic wildlife.
The Environmental Justice Fund is a special fund at Bread & Roses that will award one-time grants to grassroots groups that use community organizing to promote equitable access to a clean and healthy environment for communities and neighborhoods most impacted by environmental racism, climate change, and environmental injustice.