NUMARK Associates seeks highly experienced professionals to fill full and part-time positions
as Sr. Climate Change and Sr. Environment Management Systems Experts.
The Sr. Experts shall have a proven track record of providing advisory environmental services to
municipalities, project developer sponsors, or governmental institutions, especially in developing
and lower-income economies. Candidates must have experience participating as subject matter
experts in any of the following areas:
ERG is a nationally recognized environmental consulting firm. With offices across the country, we serve a spectrum of clients including federal agencies, state and local governments, international and non-governmental organizations. We are seeking an individual to work in our Oakland, CA office.
The New School | New York, NY
The New School’s Environmental Studies program seeks an urban systems post-doctoral scientist to study urban social-ecological systems in the context of climate change resilience and/or sustainability planning in cities. This research program can be focused on New York City but may also be linked to related local and international interdisciplinary teams of urban social-ecological system researchers in related projects including the Urban Resilience to Extreme Weather-related Events Sustainability Research Network (URExSRN) project and others.
The Postdoctoral Fellowship program is intended to infuse the research being done at EDF and the Atkinson Center with greater energy, innovation, and impact by:
NRDC is seeking a Climate Advisor to work with the City of San Diego (City) as part of the American Cities Climate Challenge (ACCC). The ACCC is an unprecedented opportunity for 25 ambitious cities to significantly deepen and accelerate their efforts to tackle climate change and promote a sustainable future for their residents. The Climate Advisor will work with city officials to develop and execute a robust public engagement strategy to advance policy and programs focused primarily on transportation, with the opportunity to work on buildings and energy.
The Energy Program at the 11th Hour Project prioritizes two linked goals in its approach to combating climate change: fighting the development of fossil fuels and supporting the distribution and adoption of renewable energy systems. The Program takes a human- and community-centered approach that maintains an ever-present emphasis on how to best protect and support communities most severely impacted by the extraction of fossil fuels, while also providing new opportunities to access more resilient energy systems.
The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory seeks a full-time Staff Associate to report to and receive overall direction from Dr. Tufa Dinku (Lead ACToday Ethiopia and ENACTS program) and providing critical support to the delivery of current and new research and application initiatives focused on the development and use of ENACTS climate information services for decision-making in different sectors, primarily in Africa.
Applications are now being accepted for sabbaticals that will take place in 2020. The deadline to nominate someone — or yourself — is Sept. 15. The Sabbatical Program provides tribal executives and nonprofit CEOs/executive directors with time away from the office for rest and personal renewal.
If you are a scientist from any scientific discipline, the Alliance of World Scientists invite you to sign their Viewpoint article “World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency” by Ripple et al. 2019, which is now in press with Bioscience Magazine. In doing so, you will be included in the full list of scientists who have signed this article and your name will be published in the Bioscience supplement to the article as an official signatory.