Growald Family Fund is a high-impact non-profit venture philanthropy with a focus on climate change. Our work environment is both challenging and supportive. We are always interested in meeting exceptional and passionate professionals to join our dynamic team. Please see currently available opportunities listed below.
Come work at the State Coastal Conservancy! This is an entry level Project Support Analyst position, with the opportunity for promotion to Project Manager and a raise after one year. You would support projects on the coast of California and within coastal watersheds, or in the San Francisco Bay Area that protect and restore natural habitats and working lands, improve public access to the coast, and address the impacts of climate change on natural resources and communities.
Senator Merkley is excited to be hiring a climate justice intern to join his Washington, D.C. or Portland Offices. The intern will learn the legislative process as part of the Senator’s Climate and Energy team. Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to: researching legislative issues, attending hearings and preparing memos for the Senator as well as answering phones, processing mail and other administrative duties. Priority will be given to applicants with a demonstrated commitment to climate justice activism.
El Reno, OK
This position is with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Grazing Lands Research Laboratory, Great Plans Agroclimate & Natural Resources Research Unit located in El Reno, Oklahoma.
Do you want to be part of developing an innovative climate adaptation project? Are you curious what it takes to develop a climate action, resilience, and equity plan? Bring your energy and enthusiasm to Alameda County’s Sustainability Office.
The Climate Associate will develop resources that help the County’s 20 agencies and over 9,500 employees take action to prevent climate change - and address its effects.
Public health agencies are working to respond to the health effects of climate change. CDC’s Climate and Health Webinars present public health accomplishments, challenges and promising opportunities around climate change and public health policy and practice. These webinars also provide guidance for analytic and programmatic activities aimed at reducing the health consequences of climate change and developing public health adaptation strategies.
The National CASC is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center and the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to offer the "Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series" to highlight CASC-sponsored science projects about the potential and predicted climate change impacts on fish and wildlife and to help inform resource management decisions across the U.S.
In 2019, the webinars are focused on the theme of 'Science You Can Use' to highlight the CASCs’ ready to use science products.
Antioch’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience is working to provide education and training that is accessible to local community leaders as well as to future leaders in the field of climate science.
The 2017-2020 the webinar series, Weathering Change: Local Solutions for Strong Communities, is presented by Antioch University New England, in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC) offers both skills-building webinar series and individual applied science webinars.
Skills-Building Webinar Series
Our skills-building webinar series are designed to promote a deeper understanding of actionable science approaches by emphasizing the process behind effective engagement between research and management communities.
Early Career Considerations for Co-Producing Actionable Science
Presented by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals.
Registration Deadline Now Extended to: May 1st, 2020
For a downloadable copy of the course description, please click: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gY6A4dBUq_SdEUhVsFQ08CA5kAbgd6fB
SGC’s new Community Assistance for Climate Equity Program (CACE) seeks a consultant team to develop and implement a climate equity learning collaborative, aimed at expanding community-driven leadership to advance sustainability, health, and equity priorities. The Partners Advancing Climate Equity (PACE) program also involves providing technical assistance to emerging and established leaders across California to catalyze community-led change and help link state resources with local capacity needs.
SGC is seeking diverse teams with experience:
Use science to help transform the climate conversation. Climate Central seeks a highly motivated, creative, mid- to senior-level natural or social scientist to play a major role in our most ambitious effort to date. The mission: to make accurate and effective climate communications ubiquitous.
The Senior Policy Advisor, Social Resiliency is a key member of MOR's Social Resiliency team which develops and implements initiatives to a) strengthen community and small business climate preparedness, b) support and expand sustainability programming, and c) promote social cohesion. This team also implements strategies to mitigate and adapt to health risks related to rising temperatures and the urban heat island effect.
The Climate and Clean Energy Equity Fund (the Equity Fund) is looking for 2 excellent people to join our team to support organizations building power to stop climate change and create an equitable clean energy future.
Deadline March 23rd
Dewberry is currently seeking a Resilience Planner for our Fairfax, VA office. This position will support the Resilience Solutions Group (RSG) with a variety of tasks related to resilience planning:, community outreach and engagement, research, policy analysis, planning, report development, presentations and/or decision support applications.