The Climate Change Local Assistance Manager will lead a new Unit within the CDPH Climate Change & Health Equity Section (CCHES) to supervise staff positions providing technical assistance to California local health departments and tribes, along with carrying out program work supporting CDPH programs to incorporate climate change considerations into their health programs, plans, and policies, and communications.
The Kresge Foundation is one of the top 20 largest private foundations in the U.S. Our staff of over 100 employees works to expand opportunities in America’s cities for people with low incomes. We do this through grantmaking and social investing nationally in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and placed-based work in Detroit, Memphis, New Orleans, and other parts of the country. Our state-of-the-art headquarters maintains an array of energy-efficient, water-conserving and health-promoting features.
The Kresge Foundation is one of the top 20 largest private foundations in the U.S. Our staff of over 100 employees works to expand opportunities in America’s cities for people with low incomes. We do this through grantmaking and social investing nationally in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and placed-based work in Detroit, Memphis, New Orleans, and other parts of the country.
Climate Central is an independent group of scientists and science translators who research and report the facts about our changing climate and how it affects people’s lives. We use science, big data, and tech to generate thousands of storylines and compelling visuals that make climate change relevant and show what can be done about it. We address climate science, sea level rise, extreme weather, energy, and related topics.
Groundwork USA seeks a Manager of Equity and Resilience Programs to support equity-centered local strategies for addressing legacies of injustice and creating green, healthy neighborhood environments in communities across the nation.
The NewDEAL (Developing Exceptional American Leaders) is a national network of the most innovative, impactful and rising state and local Democratic elected officials across the country.
CARE is proud to announce that for the second year running, our Climate Change and Resilience Platform will be running Learning Journeys on
The Packard Foundation’s Bioenergy strategy is issuing a request for project proposals from grassroots organizations that have programs focused on one of the following topic areas:
Partners for Places is a successful matching grant program that improves communities by supporting equitable sustainability projects that build partnerships between local government leaders, community groups and place-based foundations in the U.S. and Canada.
National funders invest in local projects developed through these partnerships to promote a healthy environment, a strong economy and well-being for all residents.
With a new president and a new Congress ready to act, 2021 is our moment for change. To face the climate crisis devastating the planet. To confront the systemic racism destroying dreams and lives across the US.
Thriving City Challenge applications open next week!
The Center's second annual incentive prize, known as the Thriving Cities Challenge, seeks proposals to advance climate resilience, green space, and equity in North American urban areas. The Challenge received initial funding from the VF Foundation and was developed with the support of an advisory committee comprising thought leaders from across sectors.
The Wilderness Society, a leading conservation organization based in Washington, D.C., offers an annual scholarship, available to qualified graduate students. We award $15,000 to currently-enrolled graduate students to support their research and preparation of a paper on an aspect of wilderness. Tom Barron created the Gloria Barron Wilderness Society Scholarship in honor of his mother, Gloria Barron, a dedicated educator and tireless advocate for wilderness protection.
The American Flood Coalition is seeking a dynamic coalition-builder to expand and oversee a team of field staff and consultants, and to drive state-level relationships and policy development to support our members as they seek to increase urgency and advance solutions to flooding and sea-level rise. The State Programs Manager will join our growing Outreach Team, which is responsible for engaging with, supporting, expanding, and fortifying Coalition membership at the local and state levels across the nation.
The University of Washington Climate Impacts Group is seeking qualifications for a two-dimensional visual art piece depicting climate resilience in the Northwest. This call is open to emerging artists located in the Northwestern United States. We define emerging artists as artists who have not received a commission greater than $10,000 or do not have commercial gallery representation.
The University of Washington (UW) in partnership with the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC) seeks a postdoctoral researcher as part of the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Center’s Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows (CAPF) Program. The CAPF postdoctoral researcher will be based at the University of Montana but will be supervised and mentored from the NW CASC at the University of Washington. The CAPF scholar will lead regionally focused research projects related to climate-fire dynamics.
The RAY Diversity Fellowship is a two-year (1 year with 1-year renewal), full-time position with partner conservation and clean energy organizations with the goal of increasing and facilitating environmentally-related career pathways for emerging leaders of color. RAY Fellows have worked in a variety of communications, climate, policy, research, education, fieldwork, and philanthropic capacities.
About the RAY Diversity Fellowship Program
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invites nominations from a diverse range of qualified candidates to be considered for appointment to its National Environmental Justice Advisory Council. The NEJAC was chartered to provide advice regarding broad, cross-cutting issues related to environmental justice. EPA is seeking nominations to fill approximately seven (7) new vacancies for terms through September 2022. Vacancies are anticipated to be filled by September 2021. To maintain the representation outlined by the charter, nominees will be selected to represent:
TOGETHER Bay Area is recruiting for a Political Director to lead our advocacy efforts for transformational public funding and policies that address today’s many and interrelated challenges. By leading our Advocacy Program, this role advocates for funding and policies that advance climate resilience and social equity, and engages and mobilizes our members to achieve our shared advocacy goals.
The University of Vermont is seeking qualified applicants for a two-year post-doctorate position, with potential for renewal for another two years, to use species distribution modeling to understand how biodiversity, farmers and rural communities adapt to the challenges of climate change. The project includes the aggregation and development of largescale datasets of biodiversity, farmer behavior and perceptions across US states, construction of mechanistic, spatially explicit models of range shifts with climate adaptation, and application of these models to farmer and rural community respo