This new Wildfire Research Scholar position will provide leadership on the analysis and publication of Pepperwood’s comprehensive pre- and post wildfire ecosystem monitoring data sets, which have captured the impact of two fires on our 3200-acres research reserve in the last five years. This position will also be affiliated with Dr. David Ackerly’s Lab at UC Berkeley’s Department of Integrative Biology.
You're invited to take this survey if you identify as a climate activist in the United States. This means that you spend time being involved in activities or organizations that support action on climate change. Help a Grad student researching diversity in the climate movement for their dissertation.
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Are you passionate about protecting communities from pollution? Do you want to be part of growing efforts to address climate change, safeguard health, and hold corporations and governments accountable? If you’re eager to engage the public and decision makers on these issues, then this position may be right for you.
At Patagonia, we appreciate that all life on earth is under threat of extinction. We aim to use the resources we have—our business, our investments, our voice and our imaginations—to do something about it.
The Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory (NREL) is a research and teaching unit at Colorado State University with a mission “to ensure the sustainability of the Earth’s ecosystems through the generation and application of new knowledge.” The department’s interdisciplinary, ecosystem research promotes collaborations among disciplines and across fields of expertise at CSU and throughout the world. As a soft-money research unit, this role is critical to ensure adequate funding to sustain its vital role in the research community both locally and across the globe.
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), based in Butte, Montana, works with local and state partners to strengthen community resilience in the face of stresses and shocks, especially related to climate change disruptions. This position will work with NCAT, Silver Bow County, EcoAdapt and other project partners to organize and coordinate a series of climate adaptation workshops for the county and develop a community climate resilience plan.
The National Center for Appropriate Technology’s mission is to help people build resilient communities through local and sustainable solutions that reduce poverty, strengthen self-reliance, and protect natural resources. Their vision is that people in resilient communities adopt local, affordable and equitable solutions that provide access to clean energy, nutritious food, fresh water, and a livable planet in the face of a changing climate. Join the MTCC cohort of Americorps members dedicated to alleviating poverty and making a difference.
Mass Audubon is seeking an Urban Ecologist to lead our urban ecology, restoration, and community science programs and to support Mass Audubon’s engagement goals in cities statewide.
The University of Washington Climate Impacts Group is hiring a new, full-time Climate Justice Research Program Integration Specialist to help launch and sustain our climate justice-focused research collaborative.
Department of Energy’s EERE (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy arm) is hiring its International Lead. They're looking for a senior manager who can rebuild this team and EERE’s international strategy. Looking for candidates who have experience promoting deployment of American-made clean energy technologies abroad, attracting foreign investments of clean energy technologies to the United States, or experience implementing strategies for clean energy deployment in developing countries.
The UW Climate Impacts Group is hiring a new, full-time Climate Justice Research Program Integration Specialist to help launch and sustain our climate justice-focused research collaborative. To skip straight to the full job description, click here.
Raimi + Associates is a mission-driven planning, policy, urban design, and research firm with offices in Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA. We are advocates, collaborators, organizers, and pioneers committed to creating healthy and resilient places. We bring a multidisciplinary approach to planning, design, policy, and applied research. To address the complexity of communities, R+A integrates interrelated disciplines — land use and urban design, sustainability and green building, public health and equity, and community engagement — into planning and applied research efforts.
In the Executive Division, through the Office of the Tribal Policy Advisor (OTPA), Government and Community Liaison Unit, the incumbent provides highly specialized knowledges and abilities to ensure DWR's compliance with applicable federal, State, and local cultural resources and environmental laws and regulations in support of DWR's ongoing responsibilities in State Water Project (SWP) operations and maintenance, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) license compliance, public safety programs in flood protection and dam safety, ground water management, planning, financial assistance,
The Midwest CASC is funding a post-doctoral research associate position on "Public acceptance and preferences for climate change adaptation in the Mid-West" based out of the Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has been doing work you can believe in protecting the lands and waters that all life depends on. As a science-based organization, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s toughest challenges so that we can create a world in which people and nature thrive.
The Frontline Community Scientist will bring thought leadership and coordination to a new climate justice-focused research collaborative at the Climate Impacts Group. The Frontline Community Scientist will have a unique opportunity to advance the theory and practice of climate services provision to frontline communities while working collaboratively with Native American tribes, rural communities and communities of color.
TreePeople is an environmental nonprofit organization that is mobilizing people, business, philanthropists, and public agencies to work together to create green, resilient communities by planting trees, capturing the rainwater, greening schools, and providing fun environmental educational activities. We inspire, engage, and support the community to increase the urban tree canopy and address climate threats and environmental justice in Los Angeles and across the region.
Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL)/Citizens’ Climate Education (CCE) is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots organization focused on national policies to address climate change.
The Heising-Simons Foundation is a family foundation based in Los Altos and San Francisco, California. The Foundation works with its many partners to advance sustainable solutions in climate and clean energy, enable groundbreaking research in science, enhance the education of our youngest learners, and support human rights for all people.
The Collider is a non-profit network of member businesses, organizations, academic institutions, and individuals advancing climate solutions so all can adapt and thrive in a changing world. We know that a changing climate impacts us all, and we must all be invested in finding solutions to be more resilient and mitigate climate drivers. We believe that collaboration is critical for success, so we must find ways to get the network model to work. For our members, this is not only our life's work but also our livelihood.