Jobs & Opportunities

Adaptation and resilience-related jobs and grant opportunities are updated weekly!

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Jobs - Permanent

Climate Resilience Analyst
Electric Power Research Institute | Multiple locations
Level: Intermediate | Full-time
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is now accepting applications for a Climate Resilience Analyst. The successful candidate will join the Energy Systems and Climate Analysis Group at EPRI, contributing to the project team with technical environmental/economic analyses and communications related to climate change impacts, adaptation, and resiliency. This person will assist project/program managers in formulating technical approaches, and preparing proposals and different publications. Experience with engineering and GIS preferred.

Climate Equity Coordinator
Faith in Action | Multiple locations
Level: Intermediate | Full-time
Faith in Action is an international network of people of faith organizing for racial and economic justice, and is now accepting applications for a Climate Equity Coordinator. The Coordinator will be responsible for coaching and advising Faith in Action affiliates, organizing communities of color and rural and urban communities that have historically been bypassed by environmental organizations, and focusing on issues that link clean energy to racial and economic equity. The position will also be responsible for telling the story of climate equity organizing in their network, and helping affiliates raise funding for that work.

Global Climate Change Liaison, Mitigation & Adaptation Lead
DAI for USAID  | Washington, D.C.
Level: Senior | Full-time
The Global Climate Change Liaison, Mitigation & Adaptation Lead will serve as the Integrated Natural Resource Management (INRM) point of contact for USAID on climate mitigation and adaptation. The Global Climate Change Liaison will work across all INRM tasks and cross-cutting areas to guide INRM actions on issues related to global climate change and natural resources management. This will include assessing and expanding the evidence base to support linkages between the agency’s Environmental and Natural Resource Management (ENRM) Framework and climate change programming; overseeing the identification and application of relevant tools and approaches; and supporting communications and knowledge management.

Climate Risk Assessment Analyst
LMI Government Consulting | Tysons, VA
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

LMI is now accepting applications for a Climate Risk Assessment Analyst. This role will work at the LMI Tysons, VA facility, and support various government clients throughout the National Capital Region. Responsibilities include providing technical climate science expertise, preparing climate adaptation plans, and conducting technical research on a broad range of climate hazards. Applicants must have, or be able to obtain, security clearance and have an undergraduate degree in facilities, engineering, supply chain management, industrial engineering, or similar sustainability discipline.

Deputy Director, Social Resiliency
Mayor’s Office of Resiliency | New York City, NY
Level: Senior | Full-time

New York City Mayor’s Office of Resiliency seeks a Deputy Director for Social Resiliency to develop and advance a portfolio of policies and programs that increases the health, safety, and connectedness for New York City residents and neighborhoods in the face of climate change and extreme weather events. This role is highly collaborative and requires deep engagement and partnership with City and State agencies, and external partners – academia and non-profit and community-based organizations. MOR’s Social Resiliency team leads the City’s efforts to mitigate the drivers and adapt to the impacts of extreme heat. The Social Resiliency team also leads the development of policies and programs that respond to how other hazards –coastal storms and sea level rise– affect small business resiliency and environmental contamination.

Officer, International Conservation Unit 
Pew Charitable Trusts | Washington D.C.
Level: Senior | Full-time

Pew Charitable Trusts is seeking an Officer for their International Conservation Unit. The Officer is responsible for providing strategic advice and analytical expertise on climate change and environmental policy across the environment portfolio. The officer works with project teams to develop and implement strategies to achieve campaign goals while providing advice and expertise on topics such as climate adaptation and mitigation, blue carbon, the impacts of climate change on the environment, climate policy approaches, and engaging in relevant Multilateral Environmental Agreements. International travel will be required.

Climate Resiliency Officer 
Seminole Tribe of Florida | Hollywood, FL
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

The Seminole Tribe of Florida is looking for a professional, innovative, and team-oriented individual to join their team as a Climate Resiliency Officer. The person in this position is responsible for all aspects of the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s strategic response to climate change through resiliency planning, as a component of the Heritage and Environment Resources Office (HERO). The Climate Resiliency Officer works with the extant Seminole communities located in South and Central Florida to provide recommendations to Tribal leadership related to climate change impacts over Seminole communities and a long-range cohesive adaptation plan. Must be able to travel across reservations and work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays.

Director of Environmental Planning & Community Resilience
Broward County Board of County Commissioners  | Fort Lauderdale, FL
Level: Senior | Full-time

The Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department is seeking a Director for the Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division to advance climate resilience, regional water resource planning and management, beach management, marine resources conservation, and environmental monitoring initiatives for Broward County. The selected candidate will work in direct coordination with the County’s Chief Resilience Officer in the ongoing development and advancement of Division initiatives. This position requires active leadership in furthering resilience efforts as part of county government and regionally, through interlocal collaboration, staffing of boards and committees, and integrated treatment of urban and natural system systems. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

Climate Resilience Program Coordinator
Broward County Board of County Commissioners  | Fort Lauderdale, FL
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

Broward County is seeking a creative, dedicated, and dynamic individual to join a progressive team as part of the Energy and Sustainability Program with Broward County's Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division. This is an advanced professional position providing technical expertise, climate resilience and emissions reduction planning support in a fast-paced environment. This position provides technical evaluations and project management to inform policy and planning activities on a county-wide scale, and works to creatively and effectively engage with stakeholders and communicate the benefits of resilient design, energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainable practices. This position is responsible for high quality deliverables produced with support of staff and regional workshops and communications regarding priority climate resilience and emissions mitigation measures. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

Natural Resources Specialist, Senior
Broward County Board of County Commissioners  | Fort Lauderdale, FL
Level: Senior | Full-time

Broward County's Board of County Commissioners is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Natural Resources Specialist, Senior (Water Conservation Manager). This is a senior-level supervisory position responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of county-wide water resources initiatives to address urban and natural systems needs with a focus on current and future conditions planning. The position requires extensive collaboration with local governments, water managers, and agency partners to advance integrated water resource management strategies, climate resilience, and multi-jurisdictional initiatives. This is a demanding position in a fast-paced environment overseeing award-winning programs. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.

Climate Change Finance Specialist
Competitive Innovations | Washington, D.C.
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

Competitive Innovations, LLC is seeking a Climate Change Finance Specialist to support the Office of Global Change in the Department of State’s Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES/EGC). The Specialist will help evaluate climate change policies, assist in advising Bureau and Department officials, participate with others in implementing plans, help prepare preliminary drafts of policy papers, and provide support for negotiations and related diplomatic efforts undertaken in multilateral and bilateral venues. This position requires an active security clearance. Learn more and apply here.

Associate Professor in Environmental Policy and Governance
Yale University | New Haven, CT
Level: Senior  | Full-time
The Yale School of the Environment seeks a scholar in the field of environmental policy and governance for a tenure track appointment as Assistant or Associate Professor. Applicants should have a growing record of accomplishments, or show promise thereof, of empirically-based research in environmental politics and institutions, international relations, global governance, sustainable development, political economy, or other areas related to environmental and natural resource policy and governance. Consideration of applications will begin September 15.

 

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Jobs - Temporary

Climate Change Adaptation Consultant
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) | Remote
Level: Intermediate | Full-time
UNDP’s Climate Promise team in the Asia Pacific region is recruiting a climate change adaptation consultant to map out collaboration opportunities on National Adaptation Plans and assist with and contribute to preparation for the Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) Forum. Main responsibilities include reviewing climate promise work plans for various Asian-Pacific countries, facilitating regional peer to peer exchange among country offices and governments, and designing virtual sessions for the APAN Forum. The position lasts from October 2020 - April 2021 (90 working days).

Climate Adaptation Research Analyst
AmeriCorps VISTA | Honolulu, Hawaii
Level: Entry | Full-time

The Climate Adaptation Research Analyst will strengthen the State of Hawaii’s coordinated effort to increase the resiliency of island communities, especially those most vulnerable to climate impacts. Serving with the Office of Planning, Coastal Zone Management Branch and Sustainability Branch (“OP”), the VISTA member will play a key role in building capacity to address the impacts of climate change in island communities, with particular focus on strategies that support low-income and ALICE communities (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) for whom poverty creates disproportionate economic burdens to adapt. The VISTA will support OP goals to increase community resilience and equitably prepare vulnerable populations for future climate scenarios. End of service stipends are available. The position lasts from December 2020 - December 2021. Applications are due October 28.

Climate Change Communications Specialist
AmeriCorps VISTA | Honolulu, Hawaii
Level: Entry | Full-time

The Climate Change Communications Specialist will support the efforts of the Hawaii Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Commission to provide critical information –flooding due to climate change and sea-level rise impacts on their community and individual assets– to vulnerable communities across the State. This person will also help them plan for and recover from such disasters and events. Responsibilities include vulnerable community outreach, toolkit development, and Information Hub development. End of service stipends are available. The position lasts from December 2020 - December 2021. Applications are due October 28.

Intern - Policy
Environmental and Energy Study Institute | Remote - US
Level: Entry | Part-time

EESI is seeking an intern to join its Policy Team. The policy intern will assist EESI Staff with research and writing projects focusing on U.S. federal climate change, energy, and environmental policy issues including, but not limited to: clean energy, energy efficiency, adaptation and resilience, and environmental and climate justice. The intern will also contribute to EESI’s newsletter, attend and track Congressional briefings, and research and write web articles. This internship program is designed for students who are currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree as a current or rising junior or senior.

Postdoctoral Fellow
NOAA | Location Varies
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

This fellowship program is designed to provide an independent research opportunity to recently graduated PhDs who want to pursue interests that align with the NOAA Climate Program Office. The program focuses on observing, understanding, modeling, and predicting the climate system on seasonal and longer time scales. Experienced scientists at U.S. universities and research institutions host the appointed fellows, providing mentoring and a collaborative environment to carry out their research projects. Applicants must have a PhD degree in an area related to climate change research and have completed defense of the degree before starting the fellowship. Advance contact with a potential host is required. Applications are due January 8, 2021. 

Energy Justice Interviewer
Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition | Remote
Level: Entry | Part-time

MEJC & We Want Green Too are hiring eight community researchers to administer on-the-phone surveys about energy to residents in Detroit and the Upper Peninsula. The interviewers will work approximately 25 hour per week (evenings and weekends included), and no more than 29 hours per week, calling residents and asking them to participate in the survey. This work is entirely virtual and requires a good internet connection. Responsibilities include conducting interviews by phone and reporting to the research team. Learn more and apply here.

Post-Doctoral Scholar - Climate Change and Health Adaptation
University of Washington | Seattle, WA
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) at the University of Washington (UW) School of Public Health in conjunction with the UW Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHanGE) seek an outstanding Post-Doctoral Scholar to assist in a suite of climate and health projects. These projects include an effort to collect information on municipal heat action plans and activities to reduce exposure to extreme heat and an effort to assess the impact of an indigenous climate change health adaptation effort undertaken by the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. This position is set for a 12 month appointment, with possible renewal. Learn more and apply here.

Post-Doctoral Researcher
North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center | Boulder, CO
Level: Intermediate | Full-time
The North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (NC CASC) encourages applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher. This position will coordinate two interdisciplinary working groups to synthesize the science around climate change and climate change adaptation in the grassland socio-ecological systems of the North American Great Plains. An overarching goal of this project is to identify under-served communities, ongoing or planned adaptation actions across the region, and information gaps that can advise future research directions for the NC CASC. Review of applications will start on September 15, 2020. Position will remain posted until filled.

Postdoctoral Researcher - Physical Climate Risk
Niskanen Center | Washington D.C
Level: Intermediate | Full-time

The Niskanen Center, in conjunction with the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC), is seeking a postdoctoral researcher and writer to join our growing climate department for a two-year joint position. The postdoctoral researcher will be expected to pursue an independent research project and work with Niskanen Center staff to promote climate science with policymakers through a high volume of public writing, speaking, and direct engagement. Part of the research will also be conducted at Woods Hole, with additional funding. The scope of the research project will be based on candidate interests and experience, as well as the needs of both the Niskanen Center and WHRC. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

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Opportunities

AGU Thriving Earth Exchange
Community Science Project
The American Meteorological Society (AMS), Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC), and AGU Thriving Earth Exchange are partnering to launch a series of community science projects that will leverage and enhance the connectivity of our networks for local impact with communities. These projects will use science to advance community priorities and contribute to a growing movement toward engaged, community-driven science. They are accepting community applications for projects that inform and tackle local priorities related to water, climate, weather, health, resilience, and sustainability. This is a program meant to design projects that can have an impact on the community's priority with creativity, in-kind support, and resources at hand. Projects are supported by specially trained staff and Community Science Fellows, and typically conclude within 6-12 months. Learn more here and apply by November 6.

ASAP Mentorship Program Co-Chair
Volunteer Opportunity
ASAP is recruiting a co-chair to support our Mentorship Program. This is an 18-24 month volunteer commitment working alongside ASAP staff to recruit participants, plan and host webinars, and improve program materials. It’s a rewarding experience with opportunities to interact with ASAP members in all phases of their careers and support professional goal-setting, skill development, and networking. Interested members should contact ASAP Program Coordinator Breana Nehls

FEMA Building Resilience Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) Program
Grant | FEMA
FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) program is accepting applications through January 29, 2021 from states, territories, and tribes for the available $500 million. The BRIC program focuses on pre-disaster mitigation and resilient infrastructure—helping communities break away from reliance on post-disaster funding sources. Local communities are considered sub applicants to the program and can expect to see information to apply through their state in October or November. For tips on ways to prepare your community to apply for this opportunity, check out American Flood Coalition’s blog article.

  • State opportunity announced for Massachusetts: Local governments (including cities, towns, and special district governments) and State Agencies in Massachusetts apply to BRIC through Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Statements of Interest are due October 16.

FEMA Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Program
Grant | FEMA
FEMA’s flood mitigation assistance (FMA) grant program is now accepting applications from states, territories, and tribes until January 29, 2021, for the available $160 million. Municipal governments can expect to see information on how to apply through their states in the coming months. The FMA grant program is attractive to communities with properties vulnerable to repetitive losses from flooding. The program funds projects that integrate floodplain restoration solutions and/or enhance the durability of structures insured under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) 
Loan | EPA
EPA’s WIFIA loan program has $6 billion available to fund approximately $12 billion in water infrastructure investments. The due date for letters of interest is on October 15, 2020.

Climatebase Fellowship

The Climatebase Fellowship (CBF) is a 10-week climate career accelerator for the most talented, mission-driven members of the Climatebase community. Selective cohorts of Fellows get plugged into a curated community of climate leaders and innovators who serve as instructors and mentors. Upon graduation, Fellows showcase their talent by presenting their capstone projects and products to a select audience of employers and investors. The CBF is a launchpad for the next leaders in climate tech. Whether you’re looking to join a climate startup, find a co-founder, or gain a real-world education in climate tech — your climate journey starts here. Priority application deadline September 30, 2020.

Case Studies on Water Sector Interdependencies
RFP
The Water Research Fund (WRF) is now accepting proposals for their project, Case Studies on Water Sector Interdependencies. This project is funded under the WRF Research Area, Advancing System-Level Resilience for Water Infrastructure, and aims to achieve two goals: 1) to specify interdependencies with other systems, such as water, power, telecom/internet, chemicals, fuels, transportation, and specialized services; and 2) to develop resilience guidelines for operational aspects of a water/wastewater/stormwater infrastructure system. Applicants may request up to $200,000 in WRF funds for this project. The anticipated period of performance for this project is 18 to 24 months from the contract start date. Proposals are due October 15, 2020.

City of Chicago Renewable Energy RFP
RFP
On behalf of the City of Chicago, the Department of Assets, Information and Services is seeking an Electricity Sales Agreement with an electricity supplier that a) meets the City’s current and future electricity supply needs, and b) allows the City to achieve its goal of sourcing 100% of its municipal electricity requirements from renewable generation sources by January 1, 2025. The Respondent’s proposal should promote community investment in Chicago for outcomes such as clean energy access, reduced energy burdens, pollution remediation, sustainability and resilience projects in under-resourced neighborhoods, and clean energy education and workforce development. Proposals are due November 6, 2020.

Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference
Call for Abstracts
The Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference is pleased to announce that they have re-opened the request for presentation and session ideas. The Program Committee invites submissions for oral presentations, posters, symposia, workshops, and training sessions. This invitation is open to anyone working to increase climate resilience in the Carolinas. Submissions are due December 4. Learn more and submit an idea here.

Effects of Sea Level Rise Program
RFP
NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science issued a notice of funding availability for the fiscal year 2021 Effects of Sea Level Rise (ESLR) Program. The program is soliciting proposals to evaluate and quantify the ability of natural and nature-based features to mitigate the effects of sea level rise and inundation. The opportunity has two focal areas: coastal resilience and surface transportation resilience. This FFO will support research to inform adaptation planning and coastal management decisions in response to SLR and coastal inundation, through advancement of models of physical and biological processes capable of evaluating vulnerability and resilience under multiple sea level rise, inundation, and management scenarios. LOIs are due October 16, 2020. NOAA will hold an informational webinar at 3:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, September 22. For additional information and to register for the webinar or view the recording, visit ESLR website.

Join the Migration in Harmony Network
Network
Migration in Harmony is a Research Coordination Network of researchers, practitioners, and traditional knowledge holders funded by the National Science Foundation (MiH-RCN). MiH-RCN will advance knowledge on how the migrations of Arctic ecosystems, economies, peoples, and cultures interact with one another, and how the social, geohazard, and economic drivers and consequences of migrations intersect across different fields. The network is seeking traditional knowledge holders, natural scientists, engineers, students, economists, social scientists, health professionals, cultural heritage workers, and educators. Learn more and join here.

Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Program
RFP
The EPA issued a notice of funding availability for the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Program. To enhance their resilience to flooding, eligible applicants can use long-term, low-cost supplemental loans from the program to upgrade aging water infrastructure and manage stormwater. Eligible applicants include companies; federal, state, local, and tribal government entities; and state water infrastructure authorities. Fifteen percent of program funding is reserved for small communities. Letters of Interest (LOIs) are required in order for applicants to be considered for an invitation to submit a full proposal –must demonstrate project eligibility, creditworthiness, feasibility, readiness to proceed and alignment with EPA’s policy priorities–. LOIs are due October 15, 2020.

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Events

NOAA Eastern Region Climate Services Webinar
Webinar | Multiple Sessions | Free
The Northeast Regional Climate Center hosts a monthly webinar with NOAA affiliates to address timely weather and climate concerns. Recorded versions are available within a week after the live webinar. The webinar on October 29 will focus on "Drought Projects." Multiple sessions are available.

Climate Adaptation for Land Trusts
Course | $125
This online short course is designed for land trusts actively working on stewardship projects in rural, suburban, and urban forests, forested watersheds, and wetland systems. This course will be held over 3 weeks requiring 3 hours of virtual live classes, a self guided field session and other assignments. Instructors will provide guidance, weekly check-ins, and coaching. The course goals include identifying local climate change impacts, developing local adaptation strategies, and communicating with stakeholders about climate impacts and adaptation responses. This course is held on November 2, 5, and 19 with a cost of $125 per land trust.

Climate Adaptation and Utilities
Webinar | October 13, 12 p.m. ET | Free
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently approved the most wide-ranging approach to managing climate change risks. What are the community engagement implications for utilities and regulators in California—and beyond? Join ICF for this important webinar to learn more about California’s strategy to enhance energy system resilience and what this could mean.

How State Governments Can Help Communities Invest in Climate Resilience

Webinar | October 14, 2020 | Cost Free
The challenge of climate resilience is mostly local. But local governments don’t have all of the capacities –including financial wherewithal– to cope alone during the next decades. States have the ability and responsibility to make a difference in building local climate resilience. This webinar will discuss financial strategy, resilience funding, and supporting local governments in fundraising resilience projects. In this interactive session, state and local leaders from around the country and resilience finance experts will share their insights. Learn more and register here.

Ecosystems for the Future
Training | Oct. 14-21 | $275 
University of Victoria is offering a week-long, asynchronous course to help working professionals and educators expand their knowledge of climate change, adaptation, and ecological restoration. This online learning session will bring into focus the practice of restoration of ecosystems at the local and regional level in British Columbia through a series of presentations delivered by faculty from UVic's School of Environmental Studies, First Nations speakers and Elders, and professionals whose work intersects with ecology in diverse ways. The course runs from October 14-21, register by October 14.

Climate Displacement Forum
Webinar Series | October 15-November 5, 2020 | Cost: Free; donations welcome
The National Adaptation Forum’s Climate Displacement Forum is a 5-part webinar series that will take an interconnected look at climate displacement pressures along with approaches to prevent displacement or adapt by exploring migration, current managed retreat and relocation strategies, equity implications, and policy considerations. Register here for the series and attend any or all of the sessions between October 15-November 5.

Integrating Climate Risk Into Planning & Design
Webinar | October 23, 12 p.m. ET | Free
Join ASAP Members Janice Barnes, Kathy Jacobs, and Anne Waple for an American Institute of Architects webinar for building-industry professionals. The course will take a deep dive into the latest climate science, how it is applied to the built environment, and what we need to do differently. You’ll learn how to plan and design with the best available climate science, cost and service life considerations, the risks and the data behind them, and more!

ASAP Network Meeting
October 27-28, 2020
ASAP | Free
Join us in October to connect with fellow ASAP members, celebrate the accomplishments of our network, and recharge to address climate challenges with renewed hope and resolve. The Network Meeting will feature: workshop-style anchoring sessions on integrating Justice, Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity into our work and envisioning an ambitious future for the adaptation field; dedicated time for networking one on one and in small groups; Q&A with ASAP member leaders, staff, and board members; and opportunities to socialize, engage in professional development, and build personal resilience through movement, arts, discussion, and reflection. Register today: we can’t wait to see you there!

Chesapeake Watershed Forum 
October 30 - November 1 | Shepherdstown, WV
Cost: Free
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s 15th Annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum is a watershed-wide event reaching over 400 restoration and protection practitioners to inspire and empower local action towards clean water. The goal of the forum is to  share successful tools and techniques, offer lessons and learnings from on-the-ground work, build capacities of local organizations, foster partnerships, educate on new initiatives and emerging practices, network among each other, and celebrate successes. Through the theme, “Climate Resiliency in a Changing Chesapeake Watershed,” responses to the changing climatic and sea level conditions that alter the natural and human systems of the Chesapeake Bay watershed will be shared.

At What Point Managed Retreat? 2021 Conference
June 29 - July 1, 2021 | Times TBA
Columbia Earth Institute | Cost TBA
Building on the success of the 2019 conference on Managed Retreat, the 2021 conference will address a range of scientific, social, policy and governance issues around managed retreat. The conference, a major initiative of Columbia University's Earth Institute, will bring together stakeholders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors, together with academics, scientists, and community representatives, to help develop a common understanding of this complex issue, and move the needle toward equitable solutions. A major emphasis will be on issues of environmental justice, in recognition that the people most impacted by decisions around retreat have a key role in these conversations.

California Adaptation Forum
Postponed  | Riverside, CA
The 2020 California Adaptation Forum has been postponed to 2021. CAF aims to foster knowledge exchange, innovation, and mutual support to create resilient communities and tackle the state’s most pressing climate change challenges.

TX Resilience 2020
Postponed to Fall 2020 | Austin, TX 
The inaugural Texas Resilience conference is a two-day event focused on enhancing resilience across the State by strengthening connections and providing a platform to share experiences, tools, resources, and knowledge. This conference will bring together representatives from all levels of government, non-profit organizations, community groups, private industry, and academia across the state. Submit your session and presentation proposals today! RSVP here.

Climate Justice and Climate Compassion Symposium
Postponed to Dec 2020 | Lawrence, KS
The Center for Compassionate & Sustainable Communities seeks to engage in basic and applied research, engaged teaching, and translational activities. Their work centers compassionate, just, and sustainable policy, planning, and other community-level action. They aspire to solve grand challenges facing society, including climate change, inequality, and justice. Come join the Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence for the symposium and following academic workshop on April 17-18. Contact Associate Professor Ward Lyles with questions at: wardlyles@ku.edu.

2020 Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Conference
Postponed to Dec 2020 | Novi, MI
Registration is now open for the 2020 Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Conference, a first-of-its-kind regional conference hosted by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. The conference will focus on the water infrastructure challenges faced by the Great Lakes region and solutions to those challenges.

2020 Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference
Postponed to May 10 - 12, 2021 | Durham, NC
The Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference brings together community leaders, government agencies, NGOs, researchers, adaptation practitioners and many others to share information about climate-related resources and experiences. Featured topics include climate communications, community adaptation, water resources management, and public health. The 2020 conference will provide many opportunities to meet your peers and foster real-world climate adaptation solutions in the Carolinas region. Sign up for the conference e-mail list to stay informed about speakers and presentations, registration, sponsorship opportunities, and travel information.

 

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