The Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program, created in 2017, provides support for cities and towns in Massachusetts to identify climate hazards, assess vulnerabilities, and develop and implement action plans to improve resilience to climate change. As the program reaches its 5-year anniversary, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) is looking to work with a partner team to formulate a planning process, trainings, and resources for updating the MVP plan
The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC), a member organization of EarthLab, at the University of Washington (UW) invites applications for a NW CASC Actionable Science Postdoctoral Scholar. This is a full-time (100% FTE), 12-month term appointment [with a potential for extension up to three years based on performance and continued funding]. The NW CASC is one of nine regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers dedicated to delivering science that helps wildlife, water, land, and people adapt to a changing climate.
EcoAdapt is excited to present the virtual National Adaptation Forum Tribal & Indigenous Climate Adaptation Series.
This is a four-part series focused on advancing discussions about climate adaptation in Tribal and Indigenous communities, highlighting promising adaptation practices, and showcasing the diversity of approaches to climate adaptation. The series will interest not only Tribal and Indigenous professionals, but also their neighbors, allies, and other adaptation professionals interested in innovative approaches.
Georgetown University has an opening for a Teaching Professor at the assistant level in Environmental Science/Sustainability.
The Climate Adaptation Planning Specialist will support local governments in the Hudson Valley to adapt to climate change and build resiliency through planning support, capacity building, coordinated research. The intended outcome of this work is an increase in physical resilience and adaptive capacity for flooding, drought, water quality, sea-level rise, heat stress, and other climate risks.
Job Type: Contract (1099, hourly (approx. 20 hours/week). Compensation will be dependent on abilities and experience, up to $30 per hour.
Work Location: Remote, located within the United States
Duration: This is a grant-funded position through February 2022, with the possibility of extension.
This is not an offer of employment or a job position as an employee with EcoAdapt.
Climate Resilience Consulting (CRC) is seeking a dedicated, reliable and informed leader to work closely with CRC’s President to drive delivery of consulting services for nonprofit, government and corporate clients.
CRC is a small social enterprise LLC aiming to save lives and improve livelihoods in the face of climate disruption. If climate resilience consulting at a busy start up firm interests you, please learn more about our work on our website.
The NOAA Office of Education has issued a competitive funding opportunity for projects that develop the collective environmental literacy necessary for communities to take actions that build resilience to extreme weather and climate change in ways that contribute to community health, social cohesion, and socio-economic equity.
This funding opportunity is soliciting two types of projects through separate competitive priorities.
A 12-WORKSHOP SERIES ON COMMUNITY-DRIVEN PLANNING FOR RACIAL AND CLIMATE JUSTICE
April 2021 - March 2022
Top-down decision-making and conventional city planning concentrates power in the hands of those who profit from exploitation and extraction. Community-Driven Planning flips that script by putting the planning process in the hands of grassroots organizations and resident leaders rooted in frontline communities.
California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) is a comprehensive university serving the San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley. It is known for award-winning programs, expert instruction, its diverse student body, and a choice of more than 100 career-focused fields of study. With an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students and 900 faculty, CSUEB is organized into four colleges. The University offers bachelor’s degrees in 49 fields, minors in 52 fields, master’s degrees in 34 fields, 16 credentials programs, 18 certificate options, and 1 doctoral degree program.
Climate Solutions is focused on accelerating a swift and equitable transition to 100% clean energy, working in three key areas- buildings, transportation, and electricity. The Clean Energy Program Manager is a new position responsible for leading Climate Solutions work in Oregon on an equitable clean energy transition. This role will have a primary focus in regulatory spaces like the Public Utility Commission to implement Oregon’s new laws transitioning to 100% clean electricity and increasing clean energy opportunities and climate-resilient communities.
The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at Colorado State University is accepting applications for a 12-month, in-residence Postdoctoral Fellow position.
The Just Solutions Collective is looking for a Community Engagement Coordinator to manage outreach and develop educational programs to engage and inform our partners, namely BIPOC-Frontline organizations that work on climate justice. This is a full-time, remote position with excellent benefits.
The UCLA Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health (FSPH) is undertaking a search for Chair of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) who will also serve as the director of the Southern California Education and Research Center (SCERC). The SCERC is partially funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). The full-time equivalent faculty of the EHS Department are funded through FSPH and the UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH).
Greenbelt Alliance’s mission is to educate, advocate, and collaborate to ensure the Bay Area’s lands and communities are resilient to a changing climate. Central to our work is urgently accelerating the region’s resilience to wildfire. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to lead our growing land-use policy advocacy at the nexus of wildfire risk reduction and infill development in fire-prone Sonoma County. This role will drive equitable and resilient outcomes that can be replicated across the Bay Area.
It's always time to support young Black brilliance on climate
Imagine a climate movement that solves for multiple issues at once. That recognizes and supports the people side of the environmental and climate equations. That finds the interrelated points and acts on police brutality and incarceration, economic violence, healthy food access, and environmental racism along with healthy soil, water management, and conservation. With the leadership, the perspectives, and action of Black youth, this vision could become a reality.
Over 50% of Americans are concerned about the climate crisis, but the majority don’t know how to talk about it. Empower your climate action by joining the CLEO Speakers Network, an online certification program that builds individuals’ confidence in climate communication by breaking down the latest science, impacts, and actionable solutions. Talking about the climate crisis is one of the most important things we can all do.
Become a cross-agency resource - lead Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's (WDFW) direction related to climate change, climate resiliency, and climate planning. Represent WDFW in state, regional, and national forums for climate change and conservation collaboration. Support WDFW’s mission to conserve and protect native fish, wildlife, and the habitats on which they depend. Facilitate the development and implementation of a coordinated response to the future impacts of climate change. With that in mind, you will facilitate the development of management plans and guide actions wit
This position is in the Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Air Policy and Program Support, Program Support.
Announcing an EXCITING career opportunity in collaborative landscape conservation working in regional partnership to advance the vision and goals of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS). SECAS is a regional partnership initiated by the states in the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and joined by federal natural resources agencies and non-governmental organizations. The SECAS partnership’s shared vision is a connected network of lands and waters that supports thriving fish and wildlife populations and improved quality of life for people.