Energy Opportunities

Grantham Institute Climate Research Fellowship

Grantham Institute Climate Research Fellowship

The Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London have announced an exciting new 3-year Fellowship scheme. While those with climate science expertise will be considered favourably within the scheme, we are also interested in...

USFS Modeling Fire Resistance Management

USFS Modeling Fire Resistance Management

Full-time opportunity for someone with a MA or PhD to collaborate in a research project on fuels and carbon management in Pacific Northwest forests. This opportunity is available to U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) only. Deadline 1st May 2021.

Energy Industry Doctorate Programme

Energy Industry Doctorate Programme

The Energy Technology Partnership’s established Energy Industry Doctorate Programme is now open for a further call, in support of the Scottish Government’s Energy Strategy. This programme is addressing the strategic demands of industry and government for...

Tenure-Track Position at the University of Maine

Tenure-Track Position at the University of Maine

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Maine invites applications for an academic-year tenure-track position in anthropology with expertise linked to climate change in the Arctic/Sub-Arctic region, with special attention to indigenous peoples. The...

Penn Solar Imaginaries Program

Penn Solar Imaginaries Program

The Penn Program in Environmental Humanities has organised a 3-part program that brings together practitioners from environmental and creative sectors to re-envision the role of energy in our lives. Through film, reading, discussion and a participatory workshop, we will collectively reimagine the road to renewable energy systems.

Dates are 18 Feb, 25 Feb, and 4 March at 4PM (local time). Registration open now.

NASA remote summer internship

NASA remote summer internship

The ABoVE campaign seeks a highly motivated and organized individual working towards a bachelors or graduate degree in one of the following fields: environmental/earth science, anthropology, Indigenous studies, circumpolar studies, or environmental studies. The intern will conduct an evaluation of ABoVE science projects within the context of other research and monitoring activities to identify relevant existing and new stakeholders for ABoVE products. At the same time, the intern will assess stakeholder needs and data gaps that could potentially be filled by future ABoVE research activities. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and familiarity with issues surrounding knowledge co-production, decolonizing science, social networks, and stakeholder engagement.