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News and Announcements
LightWorks®: New and Innovative Policy and Business Models for Distributed Energy Resources in a Hyper-Connected World
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Join a panel discussion on New and Innovative Policy and Business Models for Distributed Energy Resources in a Hyper-Connected World from 10:00-11:30 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
PhD Defense: Ignacio Fernández
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Ignacio Fernández will defend his dissertation Planning for Urban Ecosystem Services: Generating Actionable Knowledge for Reducing Environmental Inequities in Santiago de Chile. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 12:00 p.m. in room 323, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Arizona Fall Fest Volunteer
(Saturday, November 4, 2017) We want to invite you to join Local First Arizona's Green Volunteer Team. We know that people just like you are searching for a way to give back, while having fun, and meeting new people. As a member of the Green Volunteer Team you will have the opportunity to learn about sustainability, help to “green” events, network at monthly outings with other super cool Green Team members, and strengthen your resume content. From 12:00-4:00 p.m. at Margaret T. Hance Park, 67 W. Culver St, Phoenix. More information and registration.
PhD Defense: Cathy Rubiños
(Tuesday, November 7, 2017) Cathy Rubiños will defend her dissertation Commons Governance for Robust Systems: Irrigation Systems Study Under a Multi-Method Approach. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 10:00 a.m. in room A132, Stauffer Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Wrigley Lecture Series: Google Searching for a Circular Transition
(Tuesday, November 7, 2017) Kate Brandt, Lead for Sustainability at Google, will present Google Searching for a Circular Transition from 6:00-7:15 p.m. (reception at 5:30 p.m.) in the Ventana Ballroom, Memorial Union, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
DCDC Water/Climate Briefing: The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Water Management
(Wednesday, November 8, 2017) We’ll explore the nature of NGOs role in water management of the Colorado River Basin and why water management is being done by NGOs as opposed to governmental or for-profit institutions. From 12:00-1:30 p.m. at DCDC, 21 E. 6th St, 126B, Tempe. More information and registration.
Free Film Screening: Tidewater
(Wednesday, November 8, 2017) Tidewater explores the challenge of sea level rise in the tidewater region of Virginia and North Carolina, encompassing Hampton Roads, arguably the region whose vulnerability most affects our overall national security. Tidewater will highlight the innovative whole-of-government problem-solving model being pioneered by local leaders. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; showtime 7:00 p.m. at Harkins Valley Art Theater, 509 S. Mill Ave, Tempe. More information and registration.
Sustainability@ASU: Resource Resiliency for National Security in a Changing Environment
(Thursday, November 9, 2017) Join us for a discussion with Lieutenant General Norman Seip USAF (Ret.), and our distinguished panel of experts on how energy security and climate resiliency impacts our national and global security, why this matters to the military, and why this should matter to the business community and citizens in Arizona. From 1:00-3:00 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
School of Sustainability Community Garden Maintenance & Harvest
(Saturday, November 11, 2017) Interested in gardening? Want a way to contribute to your community? Interested in meeting fun, sustainability-oriented people? Then join us for the School of Sustainability Monthly Community Garden Harvest Day! From 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Escalante Community Garden, 2150 E Orange St, Tempe. More information and registration.
Sustainability Series: State of the Charge: Battery Sustainability
(Tuesday, November 14, 2017) Carole Mars, The Sustainability Consortium, will present State of the Charge: Battery Sustainability from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Materials Science & Engineering Seminar: 3D Grain Mapping by Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Leah Lavery, Carl Ziess, Inc., will present 3D Grain Mapping by Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography at 12:15 p.m. in room 210, Schwada Classroom Office Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu for more information.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar: Pool and Flow Boiling Heat Transfer in Variable Gravity Environments
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Jungho Kim, University of Maryland will present Pool and Flow Boiling Heat Transfer in Variable Gravity Environments at 12:15 p.m. in room 117, Education Lecture Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu for more information.
School of Molecular Sciences Seminar: Seeing is Believing: Coordination Chemistry and Molecular Imaging: A Marriage made In Vivo
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Thomas Meade, Northwestern University will present Seeing is Believing: Coordination Chemistry and Molecular Imaging: A Marriage made In Vivo at 3:40 p.m. in room 151, H-wing, Bateman Physical Sciences Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Life Sciences Café: Introducing DART: Decibel Analysis for Research in Teaching
(Monday, November 6, 2017) Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University will present What Does Teaching Sound Like? Introducing DART – Decibel Analysis for Research in Teaching – A New Tool for Systematically Analyzing Teaching Practices across Instructors and Institutions from 11:45 a.m-12:45 p.m. in room 202, C-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Defend Our Food
(Tuesday, November 7, 2017) Join us for lunch and conversation with local food experts to learn about how to make local agriculture and community and home gardening part of your life. In the conversations that unfold, we will learn about seeds, community gardens and local agriculture, as well as what we can do to keep our food diverse. Garden seeds from ASU's seed library will also be available. After the panel discussion, attendees will break into smaller groups to explore the needs and demands of supporting a local food system. From 12:00-2:00 p.m. in room C55, Hayden Library, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Humanities at Work: Counting the Dead: Arizona and the Forgotten Pandemic
(Tuesday, November 7, 2017) Jacqueline Wemimont and Elizabeth Grumbach will discuss their research of Counting the Dead: Arizona and the Forgotten Pandemic from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in room C6A, Hayden Library, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Note: All food brought in MUST be peanut-free. More information and registration.
ASU Center for Photonics Innovations: 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies
(Wednesday-Thursday, November 8-9, 2017) The 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies will be held at ASU and will discuss applications of infrared sensing for health and environmental applications. More information and registration.
Green Devil Network: ASU Food Systems
(Thursday, November 9, 2017) Join us for a talk about the many sustainable food-related initiatives at Arizona State University, including an overview on the Polytechnic Urban Garden and the Fresh and Local Market. From 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in room 401, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Fresh and Local Market
(Thursday, November 9, 2017) ASU's weekly Fresh and Local Market offers local, fresh food options for the campus community. Local vendors sell fresh produce, honey, hummus and pita chips, hand crafted soap and skincare. The market encourages people to think about where their food comes from and provides an easy opportunity to purchase and enjoy the fruits of local businesses. From 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at College Avenue Commons Pavilion area, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Microchemical Systems for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction and Protein/Pharmaceutical Crystallization
(Monday, November 13, 2017) Paul Kenis, University of Illinois, Champagne will present Microchemical Systems for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction and Protein/Pharmaceutical Crystallization at 10:45 a.m. in room 324, Student Pavilion, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu for more information.
Climate Change Theater Action at Arizona State University
(Tuesday, November 14, 2017) What happens when a snarky penguin spies on researchers in the Antarctic? That’s when you’ll witness actors from the ASU School of Film, Dance and Theater team up with Biodesign researchers to present a series of three-minute plays. Event is free and open to the public. From 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the Auditorium, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information, email email@example.com.
The Great Debate: Climate Change –The Environmental and Social Consequences, for Mexico and the World
(Wednesday, November 15, 2017) The Origins Project Great Debate: Climate Change – The Environmental and Social Consequences, for Mexico and the World, will bring together world experts for a lively, informative, provocative and in-depth discussion of the science of climate change, the problems we may face locally and globally, obstacles to action, and the steps we might take to address these challenges. Join change makers and thought leaders Alicia Bárcena, Noam Chomsky, Mario Molina, Dan Schrag, Richard Somerville, and moderator Lawrence Krauss for this examination of an urgent global challenge for the 21st century, using Mexico as a starting point. The event is actually taking place live in Mexico City and will be live-streamed to ASU at the Student Pavilion and the Southeast Regional County Library in Gilbert. More information and registration.
Fresh and Local Market
(Thursday, November 16, 2017) ASU's weekly Fresh and Local Market offers local, fresh food options for the campus community. Local vendors sell fresh produce, honey, hummus and pita chips, hand crafted soap and skincare. The market encourages people to think about where their food comes from and provides an easy opportunity to purchase and enjoy the fruits of local businesses. From 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at College Avenue Commons Pavilion area, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Greenlight Solutions’ Semi-Annual Solutioneer Showcase
(Thursday, November 16, 2017) A student networking opportunity where there will be presentations from each of our 7 sustainability projects, including STEAM Park, Build Us Hope, Arcosanti, KO Instruments, BAMBOX, The Event Greening Team, and Agritopia teams, as well as our keynote speaker, Mark Stapp! The event will be held from 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the brand new Student Pavilion at the Arizona State University, Tempe campus. The venue is ASU's first net zero energy building and this will be a zero waste event. Everyone is invited. More information and RSVP.
Science Dance at First Friday: Future of ‘X’ - Environmental Conservation
(Friday, November 3, 2017) Join us at Phoenix's First Friday to learn about sea turtle's habitat, habits, threats to their existence and use-inspired research to address the threats. In addition to hands-on activities, there will also be an interpretive dance led by Dr. Kiki Jenkins inspired by the challenges faced by sea turtles and those working to conserve the species. You can find us at the "Future of X" tent on Garfield St. and 2nd St. in downtown Phoenix. The dancers will conclude their performance at 10 p.m. and the hands-on activities will run until 11 p.m. More information and registration.
Developing Common Ground: Meeting the Challenges of Climate and Energy
(Friday-Sunday, November 3-5, 2017) You are invited to the annual Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) Wild West Regional Conference! CCL builds the political will for our elected representatives to take action on climate. Our Regional Conference is an opportunity for newcomers and experienced CCL members to gather in order to learn, practice skills, inspire each other, and strategize in moving our country toward climate solutions. The Wild West Region - Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Montana and Wyoming - is large and diverse, but we share common concerns due to the climate impacts already manifesting in our wildlands, cities and farms. Rising temperatures, prolonged wildfire seasons, drought, flooding, and insect infestations are already impacting our communities, agriculture and outdoor recreation industries. Everyone is welcome, whether it’s your first CCL experience or you’re an experienced volunteer. To be held at the South Mountain Preserve Visitor Center, 12950 N 7th Street, Phoenix, Arizona. More information and registration.
Tour de Bird Annual Backyard Garden Tour
(Saturday, November 4, 2017) Desert Rivers Audubon is hosting their annual bird and garden event. Tickets for this self-guided tour are $15 each in person and will be on sale at our meetings, events, or at Wild Bird Unlimited in Mesa. Visit our Nature Store to purchase your tickets online at $15.00 each with $1.00 s/h. Tickets will also be available for purchase at any of the habitats on the day of the tour for $20.00. Occurs from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
10th Annual Gathering of Legends
(Saturday, November 11, 2017) The public is invited to get up close and personal with generations of defenders – veterans of wars and conflicts from World War II to the current day – in a unique setting surrounded by aircraft and artifacts from their time. Learn about vital time periods in our nation's history and the experiences of the military aviation veterans who experienced it all. The U.S. Armed Forces fulfill crucial roles, defending the U.S. against all adversaries while serving the nation as a guarantor of its security and independence. From 1:00-4:00 p.m. at Commemorative Air Force Airbase Arizona, 2017 N Greenfield Rd, Mesa. More information.
IEEE SusTech 2017
(Tuesday-Friday, November 12-14, 2017) The 5th Annual IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech 2017) is designed to explore the development and application of science, engineering and technology in achieving a sustainable lifestyle for humanity. It brings together scientists, engineers, technologists and scholars from multiple disciplines to hold a dialogue on environmental issues and collaborate on ideas to develop and utilize innovative tools and intelligent systems to address them. Attendees will learn about the tools, connections and proactive solutions to take their sustainability programs to the next level. To be held at the Hilton Phoenix Airport, 2435 S 47th St , Phoenix. More information and registration.
Desert Rivers Audubon Monthly Speaker: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is Arizona's Refuge - for Birds and More
(Tuesday, November 14, 2017) The North American lands above the Arctic Circle are breeding grounds many iconic species of wildlife. Birds migrate from these remote yet precious breeding grounds to all six continents. Exploitation of fossil fuel resources below the tundra and the ocean's floor have disrupted and destroyed vast nesting sites and migration routes. Now these same industries and their political allies threaten what's left – the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. For the birds, wildlife, and indigenous peoples of the tundra, and for us – we should care and act. Bill Auberle is Professor Emeritus at Northern Arizona University. He has 40 years of experience in environmental engineering and management. Join us from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Southeast Regional Library, 775 N. Greenfield Rd, Gilbert.
US Green Building Council Arizona State Conference
(Thursday, November 16, 2017) Thanks to the kind support and leadership of Lloyd Ramsey - Chair of the USGBC Arizona and Patti Mason - Regional Director of USGBC Mountain West, the U.S. Green Building Council Arizona Community will cover the cost of students and emerging professionals to attend this year's Arizona State Conference for FREE plus a one-year USGBC Arizona student/emerging professional membership for future events and workshops (only students that check in at the conference will receive instructions on how to receive their free membership). Spots are limited so contact Garrett Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the registration code and next steps. The conference will be from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe. More information.
North American Water Loss Conference
(Sunday-Tuesday, December 3-5, 2017) The California-Nevada Section, American Water Works Association hosts the 2017 North American Water Loss Conference in cooperation with the Alliance for Water Efficiency and the NAWL 2017 Conference Planning Committee. Discussions will take place over two days on developing water loss policies, auditing your system, reducing apparent losses, controlling leakage, managing pressures, and documenting your progress, both for you and for your regulators. More information.
Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability
(Wednesday-Friday, January 17-19, 2018) The Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability, will be held at The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, in Cairns, Australia. Founded in 2005, the conference provides a multidisciplinary space, spanning the various fields and perspectives through which we can address the fundamental and related questions of sustainability, brought together by a common concern for sustainability in an holistic perspective where environmental, cultural, economic, and social concerns intersect. The conference features research addressing the annual themes. For more information regarding the conference explore the website.
(Tuesday-Thursday, February 6-8, 2018) Sustainability leaders from the world’s largest companies gather each year at the GreenBiz forum to explore pressing challenges and emerging opportunities in sustainable business. The event offers a rich blend of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities framed by the State of Green Business report, GreenBiz Group’s award-winning annual research report, analyzing key sustainability metrics and trends. Attendees return from GreenBiz both inspired by what’s possible and ready to tackle their organization’s greatest sustainability challenges. To be held at the JW Marriot Desert Ridge, Phoenix, Arizona. More information.
Imagining a Different Future: Overcoming Barriers to Climate Justice
(Thursday-Friday, February 8-9, 2018) The conference will focus on a systematic analysis of barriers to action in the context of the process of change; global governance and law; economics and energy structures; the role of science and technology; and what we are learning about human psychology in relation to climate change. Presented by the University of Tasmania, with support of its Faculty of Law, the University of Utrecht Ethics Institute, the University of Tasmania's Institute for the Study of Social Change, the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Science (IMAS) in Hobart, Tasmania. More information.
Intermountain Sustainability Summit
(Thursday-Friday, March 1-2, 2018) The Intermountain Sustainability Summit will be held at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. It is now seeking presentations and student posters. Posters related to sustainability are welcome for submission starting in December through Monday, February 5, 2018. Join sustainability leaders from across Utah and the Intermountain West. More information and submittal information.
7th Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Research Conference
(Friday-Sunday, March 2-4, 2018) The Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Conference attracts research on diverse topics including but not limited to social, environmental & sustainable entrepreneurship, ethics, firm-community ties, prosocial action, activism, impact investment, corporate responsibility, etc. The conference will be held in Washington D.C. There is a call for papers, symposia summaries, and applications for the junior faculty and doctoral consortium (Thursday-Friday, March 1-2) with a deadline of November 1, 2017. More information about submission and the conference.
Innovations in Participatory Democracy Conference
(Thursday-Saturday, March 8-10, 2018) All around the world, innovations in civic engagement and participatory democracy are transforming communities. We are bringing together more than 250 community leaders, government officials and staff, practitioners, researchers, funders, young leaders, and technologists to explore innovations that empower community members to make real decisions and directly participate in government. Presented by the Participatory Governance Initiative at Arizona State University, the Center for the Future of Arizona, the Jefferson Center, the Katal Center, the Participatory Budgeting Project, Phoenix Union High School District, and the Policy Jury Group in Phoenix, Arizona. Conference website: https://www.ipdconference.org/about-the-conference. Call for proposals: https://www.ipdconference.org/call-for-proposals/; submissions deadline November 1, 2017.
Tenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses
(Friday-Saturday, April 20-21, 2018) The conference will be held at the University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, USA. Founded in 2009, the conference aims to create an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of climate change, its causes, its eco-systemic impacts, and its human impacts. The conference also explores technological, policy, strategic, and social responses to climate change. We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, virtual posters, or virtual lightning talks. The conference features research addressing the annual themes. For more information regarding the conference, explore the conference website.
This edible packaging will make you reconsider seaweed (from GreenBiz.com)
Many Westerners don't include seaweed in their regular greens consumption unless they're sushi enthusiasts, but more than 21 species of the high-protein stuff are used in Japan (and in other Asian cuisines) for everyday recipes, some of which easily can be traced back to the eighth century. Read more.
Shattering the sonic balance
President Donald Trump announced Friday he intends to shrink the size of the newest national monument, the 1.35 million-acre Bears Ears National Monument in southern Utah. The Interior Department’s plans, recommended by Secretary Ryan Zinke, include shrinking four national monuments and “modifying” six others. The result of such “modification” could mean hiking past a drilling rig or a coal mining operation in Utah, for instance. It also would likely lead to changes in the sonic landscape. Garth Paine, a senior sustainability scientist at Arizona State University, has studied the sounds of natural places for the past four years as part of a multi-disciplinary project to document and engage with the sounds of national parks and reserves in the American Southwest. Read more.
Biomimicry vs. biophilia: A primer (from GreenBiz.com)
You know you’ve crossed a special threshold in sustainable design when one of your biggest pet peeves is people confusing biophilia and biomimicry. The author put’s her greeny geekiness on full display by dedicating a whole blog post to straightening out this common confusion. Read more.
ASU researchers sequence genome of iconic saguaro cactus
The saguaro cactus, a towering, charismatic icon of the Southwest, is one of the most recognized and beloved of all cacti. As a keystone species of the Sonoran Desert, it is also one of the most studied and an integral part of the desert environment. Read more.
Why the time is right for aviation biofuels to take off (from GreenBiz.com)
News over the past decade has contributed to a misperception that sustainable aviation fuels cannot succeed in the marketplace. In reality, we are at an inflection point where alternative jet fuels being developed today are not only viable, but critical to aviation’s long-term growth. Read more.
Water Resources Research Institute Program 104(b) Student Grant Proposal Guidelines
The University of Arizona’s Water Resources Research Center invites proposals from students for research grants that address water-related issues of importance to the Arizona and the Southwest. Grant funds are provided by the Water Resources Research Act, Section 104(b) program through the U.S. Geological Survey. The program provides support for research projects that explore new ideas to address water problems in Arizona and expand understanding of water and related phenomena. The entry of new research scientists, engineers and technicians in the water resources field and education of students through significant involvement in water research are primary program goals. The deadline for proposals is 5:00 pm, Wednesday, November 15, 2017. More details.
Student Opportunity: Virginia G. Piper Resident’s Scholar Program
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Resident Scholars Program provides a dynamic opportunity for promising early professionals to work at a place-based philanthropic organization. Piper Trust supports organizations that enrich health, well-being, and opportunity for the people of Maricopa County, Arizona; it concentrates its efforts in six areas: arts and culture, children, education, healthcare and medical research, older adults, and religious organizations. Candidates for the Resident Scholars Program must have an undergraduate degree (a graduate degree and/or social profit work experience will add to a candidate’s competitiveness); excellent writing and computer skills are essential. A demonstrated desire to work in public service or the social profit sector is important as the Trust views the position to be a valuable early career opportunity. Application materials must be submitted by January 22, 2018. For more details.
2017-2018 WTS Scholarships
WTS is an international organization dedicated to building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women. With nearly 6,500 members, including both women and men, WTS is turning the glass ceiling into a career portal through its professional programs, networking opportunities and unparalleled access to industry and government leaders. Logistical barriers can sometimes stand between worthy candidates and their objectives. The WTS Metropolitan Phoenix Chapter is offering five scholarships totaling up to $14,500 to assist young women who aspire to professional career in transportation. Please note applications must be received by November 27, 2017 for consideration. More information.
EPA Announces 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge
The Environmental Protection Agency is pleased to announce the rules for the 6th annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a design competition open to U.S. colleges and universities. EPA seeks to engage undergraduate and graduate students in designing innovative green infrastructure for stormwater management to showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices. Stormwater pollution is a problem that is growing in scope and magnitude. Communities need planners, designers, engineers, and other professionals to create resilient and affordable infrastructure solutions for stormwater management. EPA's Campus RainWorks Challenge invites the current generation of scholars to lend their creativity, knowledge, and energy to become part of the solution. Registration opened on September 1 and deadline for entries is December 15, 2017!! Please see https://www.epa.gov/campusrainworks and this year's 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge competition brief for more information.
Arizona Department of Water Resource Drought Program
September 2017 drought summary is online.
October Southwest Climate Outlook
The October 2017 Southwest Climate Outlook is online.
CLIMAS Podcast: September 2017 - 2017 Monsoon Recap (June 15 - Sept 30): Boasting, Coasting or Ghosting?
Research Technician (Birder)
Instructions to Apply: To review and apply go to ASU Human Resources, click on Internal or External Applicants, and in the "Requisition ID" section, type 37089BR.
Environmental Specialist III, Mesa County, Grand Junction, Colorado
Application deadline November 14, 2017. More information.
Science Integrator, Center for Environmental Science, University of Maryland, Annapolis
Application deadline November 15, 2017. More information.
Environmental Sustainability Program Manager, City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Application deadline November 16, 2017. More information.
Marketing and Communications Manager, North American Hazardous Materials Management Association, Remote
Application deadline November 17, 2017. More information.
Assistant Professor, Geobiology and/or Biogeochemistry, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State University
Application deadline November 20, 2017. More information.
Hazardous Materials Specialist, TPS3 In-Training, Thurston County, Tumwater, Washington
Application deadline November 20, 2017. More information.
Assistant Professor, Art/Science Nexus, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State University
Review of applications begins November 27, 2017. More information.
Faculty Position in Energy Systems Analysis, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut
Application deadline November 27, 2017. More information.
Senior Energy Analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, Massachusetts or Washington, D.C.
Application deadline November 30, 2017. More information.
Assistant Professor, Watershed Science/Soil Physics, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Application deadline December 10, 2017. More information.
Tenure Track Position, Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
Application deadline December 15, 2017. More information.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Palo Alto, California
Application deadline December 20, 2017. More information.
Faculty Position, Hydrology/Water Resources Engineering, The National University of Singapore
Application deadline December 31, 2017. More information.
Assistant or Associate Professor, Civil Engineering, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Application deadline January 1, 2017. More information.
ABCRC/LTER Site Director, University of Virginia, Virginia Beach, Virginia
More information. Search for posting number 0621588.
Assistant or Associate Professor, Coastal Ecology, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
More information Posting number 0619572.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Policy, Michigan Tech, Houghton, Michigan
Communications Manager, National Audubon Society, Phoenix, Arizona
Conservation Alliance Engagement Coordinator, Central Arizona Conservation Alliance
Director, Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch, Elgin, Arizona
Environmental Manager, Recology, San Francisco, California
Executive Director, Friends of the Verde River Greenway, Cottonwood, Arizona
Global Food Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Global Forest Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Global Wildlife Conservation Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Hydrologist 3, Field Operations Center, South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, Florida
Junior Environmental Water/Wastewater Engineer, CH2M, Louisville, Kentucky
Volunteer Coordinator Intern, International Society of Sustainability Professionals
Jobs at Recycle1, Phoenix, Arizona
Manager, Climate Resilience, Sonoran Institute, Phoenix, Arizona
Manager, Economic Development, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Phoenix, Arizona
Part-time, Sustainability Intern, Sprouts, Phoenix, Arizona
Policy Manager, National Audubon Society, Phoenix, Arizona
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Forest Landscape Ecology, Harvard Forest LTER, Petersham, Massachusetts
Program Assistant, Devens Eco-Efficiency Center, Devens, MA
Supply Chain Sustainable Intern - Summer 2017, Cox Communications, Phoenix, Arizona