Project Manager, Program Team, U.S. Department of State, Office of Global Change, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES/EGC)
The mission of the National Agroforestry Center (NAC) is to advance the health, diversity, and productivity of working lands, waters, and communities through agroforestry. The Center accelerates the adoption of agroforestry by leading, catalyzing, coordinating, and conducting research and science-based outreach. It is the only U.S. Department of Agriculture unit dedicated to agroforestry and is uniquely poised to provide U.S. leadership in agroforestry research and application.
Forest Service Research & Development will soon be advertising a permanent full-time position at the USDA National Agroforestry Center for a Natural Resource Specialist (GS-0401-12/13). The incumbent will be responsible for a broad range of research activities with a particular emphasis on the ecosystems services provided by agroforestry systems. The National Agroforestry Center is located in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Founded in 1936, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) has grown into America's largest and most trusted environmental conservation organization with more than six million members and supporters and 52 state and territorial affiliates—autonomous, nonprofit organizations that take the lead in state and local conservation efforts and collaborate with NWF to conduct advocacy activities on national issues.
Applications are being accepted from all students by a private instructor and undergraduate/graduate advisor, who offers over 30 years of experience in teaching and research in ecology, earth science and climate change studies. Work remotely or in person one-on-one with a Senior scientist who has over 200 peer-reviewed journal publications. Available on an hourly basis for private tutoring, instruction, and/or research advisor consultation on your thesis or dissertation project.
This is an exciting position appropriate for early career applicants interested in climate change adaptation, and specifically sea level rise. The role is an integral member of the Resilient Hampton Initiative, a values-driven, interdisciplinary team of dedicated municipal professionals.
The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) consists of a network of scientists and educators working in partnership across California. We are committed to developing and supporting practical, science-based solutions that contribute to healthy food systems, healthy environments, healthy communities, and healthy Californians.
The Arctic Research Consortium of the US (ARCUS) Early Career Conference Funding Award supports US-based, early career researchers and students to participate in meetings and events relevant to Arctic research, since 2020. The first three award cycles during 2020–early 2022 supported virtual conference attendance due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions.
Salary: $15 per hour, no benefits.
The Native Climate project, led by the Desert Research Institute, is a new USDA-funded project to support climate resilience planning and address long-standing issues related to climate injustice in Indian Country through culturally-appropriate information sharing.
The State Coastal Conservancy has an exciting opportunity for you to join us in protecting California’s iconic lands and waters, restoring vital habitats, and increasing inclusive and equitable enjoyment of the coast and shoreline as our agency’s first Environmental Justice and Tribal Liaison position. The position will be filled as the Conservancy Project Development Specialist (CPDS) or Conservancy Project Development Analyst II (CPDA II).
The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama seeks a leader to expand our capabilities in research related to understanding tropical marine and terrestrial systems as well as the research, education, collaboration and outreach that support evidence-based conservation of these systems and the people that depend on them.
The California-China Climate Institute is seeking to hire one Climate Policy Fellow. UC Berkeley's California-China Climate Institute (CCCI) is led by former California Governor Jerry Brown in partnership with Xie Zhenhua, China’s Special Representative for Climate Change Affairs. The Institute receives guidance and support from expert policy and operations staff, business, academic and climate advisory committees and a governing board of top university and government officials. The Institute also works closely with other UC campuses, departments and leaders.