Sustainability at Tufts

Author: Stina C. Stannik (page 1 of 12)

World PEAS Food Hub Manager, New Entry Farming Project (Lowell, MA)

The World PEAS Food Hub Manager will manage all activities associated with a $300,000/yr multi-farmer World PEAS Food Hub, including leading the Food Hub team in maintaining a high level of reputation for World PEAS products. World PEAS distributes fresh, locally-grown produce to over 30 distribution points around the Boston area. The Food Hub includes an expanding low-income food access component, consisting of multiple community partnerships. The Food Hub also provides market training and technical assistance to new and beginning farmers who are the main suppliers of the Food Hub.

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Internship, Linnean Solutions (Cambridge, MA)

Consulting company that works on waterfront resilience, environmental performance monitoring, deep sustainability planning, and storm water Management is looking for an intern or thesis students that need projects to work on.

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Summer Conference Coordinator, Northeast Organic Farming Association (Barre, MA)

The Summer Conference represents the mission of the NOFA Interstate Council, which is to advocate for and educate on organic agriculture, small-scale farming and homesteading in rural, suburban and urban areas, agricultural justice and other related policy issues.  The NOFA Summer Conference Coordinator oversees all aspects of the conference, acting as the supervisor of the ten person Summer Conference Committee.

 Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 7, 2015
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Policy Director, Northeast Organic Farming Association (Barre, MA)

Through education and advocacy NOFA/Mass promotes organic agriculture to expand the production and availability of nutritious food from living soil for the health of individuals, communities and the planet.  The NOFA/Mass Policy Director has overall responsibility for organizational advocacy.

 Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 21, 2015
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Senior Fellow & Director, Energy Security & Climate Initiative (ESCI), The Brookings Institute (various locations)

The Foreign Policy Program at The Brookings Institution is accepting applications for the Director of the Energy Security and Climate Initiative. The Director will be a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Program. The candidate should have expertise in energy security, energy economics and climate policy, as well as a detailed knowledge of U.S. and international energy markets, and expertise in the geopolitics of energy, energy sustainability and/or climate change. Regional expertise in Asia or the Middle East is preferred.

The successful candidate will direct the Foreign Policy Program’s Energy Security and Climate Initiative (ESCI). In addition to developing overall strategy and vision for the Initiative and overseeing all research and publications, the incoming Senior Fellow will work with the Vice President and Director of Foreign Policy to deepen ESCI’s work on energy issues and broaden its work to encompass critical topics like sustainable energy access, and international energy and climate governance. The Senior Fellow will also work to establish research links to other disciplines within Brookings, including the fields of economic studies, urban studies, and international development. Additionally, the Director will coordinate and cooperate closely with other scholars in the Foreign Policy Program, especially in the Brookings Centers in Beijing, Delhi, and Doha, and with scholars in other research programs across the Institution who work on the geopolitical dimensions of international energy.

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