The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning is in search of a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work with the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) program, funded by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
SFEI seeks a visionary, knowledgeable, creative, and effective leader to direct our Resilient Landscapes Program.
Under general direction, is responsible for performing complex professional level projects that require a high degree of specialized knowledge. Will be assigned to a four-year regional climate planning process for the San Antonio – New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Qualified organizations are invited to apply to host and, as applicable, serve as consortium partners for the North Central and Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Centers.
Are you a seasoned professional with experience in state, local, and federal grant management and deep understanding of natural infrastructure? Are you passionate about natural resources management and eager to make a significant impact on communities along the Mississippi River corridor?
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is a leading voice for U.S.
With the increase in extreme heat and rain events threatening our social, economic and environmental wellbeing, the Climate Resilience Program is taking a ‘whole community’ approach that centers around equity and justice, empowers all people, and builds capacity to protect Yonkers and Lower Westc
The Alaska Center is seeking to hire one full-time position to add capacity to our Clean Energy for All Alaskans Campaign. Depending on the experience of candidates, we will hire at the Organizer or Program Manager level for this position.
At Lyra, our shared purpose and passion are to incubate and accelerate bold, high impact education initiatives that tackle some of the biggest challenges facing education today, deeply rooted in diverse and inclusive comm
CFRI, as part of the Southwest Ecological Restoration Institutes (SWERI), has received funding through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (the “Act”) enacted in 2021 to carry out a five-year program of work to strengthen collaborative governance processes among governmental, non-governmen
As an integral member of the science team, the Applied Climate Scientist supports the development and evaluation of nature-based solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation across the grasslands, forests, and freshwater ecosystems of the region.
The Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS) will be receiving funds from the NOAA Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) under the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) for the period of January 1, 2024-December 30, 2028. The total amount to be funded to AOOS is uncertain at this time.
The Climate and Energy Program Director is responsible for developing and implementing strategies that will achieve the goals and visions of WildEarth Guardians’ Climate and Energy Program, namely of achieving a just, equitable, and speedy transition from fossil fuels in the American West and bey
Come join a dynamic department helping BC organizations tackle real-world problems through evidence-based decisions. Be a part of the movement to prepare communities to tackle the growing risk of wildfire.
As climate change introduces new risks to all sectors at all scales, societal stability faces emergent threats.
North Carolina has a complex climate due to its three distinct regions: the mountains, the piedmont, and the coastal plain. Climate affects many aspects of our daily lives – agriculture, environment, transportation, tourism, and natural disasters.