Salary: $55,000 - $80,000
As a pioneer and nationally recognized leader in carbon markets, The Climate Trust develops, manages and invests in US-based carbon projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. With over 23 years of technical expertise and extensive market experience, The Climate Trust advances strategies to leverage carbon markets to increase the pace and scale of land conservation and ecosystem restoration.
The Center for Coastal Climate Resilience (CCCR) at the UCSC Institute of Marine Sciences invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar who will work under the direction of Dr. Michael Beck. This position is jointly supported and advised by the CCCR and the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA). The CCCR-ORRAA Coastal Resilience Fellow will serve to advance joint strategies of the CCCR and ORRAA, which include some of the following:
Mentor: The mentor for this opportunity is Jessica Halofsky (email@example.com). If you have questions about the nature of the research, please contact the mentor.
A postdoctoral research opportunity is currently available with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Forest Service (USFS), within the Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center (WWETAC) at the Northwest Climate Hub and the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research Station located in Olympia, Washington.
Alaska Wildlife Alliance is a small, nonprofit organization with a mission to advocate for healthy ecosystems, scientifically and ethically managed to protect our wildlife for present and future generations. We are seeking a Climate Adaptation Specialist to assist with developing our Climate Adaptation Program, particularly in the development of a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for four Yup’ik villages on the Bering Sea coast. The ideal candidate will have a graduate degree in conservation biology or similar field, G
National Wildlife Federation is excited to offer awards that recognize undergraduate or graduate students over the age of 18 who develop innovative recommendations for state and local policies that can help improve water quality and/or the resilience of communities to flooding through nature-based approaches. Nature-based solutions include conserving and restoring natural ecosystems, such as healthy wetlands, floodplains, and forests, as well as employing engineered systems designed to mimic natural system functions.
Emirates Nature-WWF (ENWWF) is a UAE environmental non-governmental organization, established under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler’s representative in the Western Region and Chairman of Environmental Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD). Emirates Nature works in association with WWF, one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organizations. EN-WWF has been active in the UAE since 2001 and has successfully initiated and implemented several conservation and education projects and initiatives in the region.
Stand.earth is hiring a temporary climate finance campaigner to join our team, to coordinate our work challenging Canadian banks to stop financing the climate crisis. We are working with a network of allied organizations to force our banks to phase down funding of coal, oil and gas companies that violate Indigenous rights and to step up investments in just and equitable climate solutions including renewables.
In our changing world, fostering a culture of climate action in the office is an important part of accountability. But finding the path to doing so can seem expensive and time-consuming. The Hive Initiative believes that the fastest, easiest and most economical way to get climate action on the table is to leverage more minds and encourage employee involvement.
The green economy will see another boom in the coming decade, especially with climate tech now accounting for about a quarter of all venture capital funding and adopting the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, unlocking $369B in federal investment for climate.
The Daybreak Fund is soliciting proposals for nature-based projects in the Western Lake Michigan Basin at the intersection of climate change and water quality. The Fund will award approximately $1.5 million in grants per year starting in 2023 to support initiatives with multiple benefits to water quality, carbon storage, biodiversity, and people and communities in both urban and rural areas.
The Lancaster Conservancy’s mission is to provide wild and forested lands and clean waterways for our community, forever. The Conservancy has been preserving land in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania since 1969 and more recently along the Susquehanna River corridor in York County, Pennsylvania as well. As more land is lost each year to development, it’s our mission to protect and maintain carefully selected habitat in its natural state as a balance to our growth.
CLLC is a nonprofit organization located in Bozeman, Montana. We bring science, policy, and proven solutions directly to communities working to protect and restore the health and climate integrity of the planet through large-scale conservation measures. CLLC is a leader in the fast-growing global movement to reverse fragmentation, restore nature’s resilience to climate change, and support community-led action. CLLC offers a supportive, flexible, and dynamic work environment.
The California Chapter is The Nature Conservancy's largest state program and one of the largest, most dynamic conservation organizations in the country. With approximately 275 employees, from financial analysts and fundraisers to ecologists and economists, we are currently invested in 14 strategies to address the biggest challenges facing California and the world, including numerous community-based projects designed to increase the pace, scale, and effectiveness of conservation.
Do you need to update your comprehensive or hazard mitigation plan to address extreme weather issues? Do you live in or serve Northwest farming communities in WA, OR, or ID that are grappling with intense rainfall, snowpack runoff, and flooding issues? If so, please consider this project opportunity.
Call for Northwest Agricultural Communities & Resilience Practitioners The Model Forest Policy Program (MFPP) is seeking one or two northwest agricultural communities to help design and test a facilitated cohort training program focused on resilience for rural communities in WA, OR, or ID.
The training is focused on addressing extreme weather and increasing safety of farming communities with resilient land use planning and strategies for rural flood mitigation. We are looking for collaborators from two target audiences:
Salary: $48,000 - $52,000 annually
The Iowa Environmental Council is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and the largest environmental coalition in the state. Through education, advocacy, and coalition-building, we raise awareness, generate action, and create large-scale change. We work on federal, state, and local public policy issues to ensure a just, healthy environment and sustainable future for all Iowans. We provide a highly collaborative, supportive, and flexible work environment.