Author: Michaela Morse (page 3 of 12)

Sr./Associate Global Climate Finance, Rocky Mountain Institute (Boulder, CO or Washington, D.C.)

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) is seeking two Associates or Senior Associates to support the Global Climate Finance initiatives described above. As part of a growing team, these positions will support a wide range of activities, including research, analysis and writing; stakeholder engagement and management; and planning and facilitation of workshops and events. In addition to supporting the above initiatives, these positions will also serve as a resource on climate finance for other programs within RMI. This is an excellent opportunity for early to mid-career professionals with a demonstrated interest in climate finance and a desire to undertake a variety of responsibilities within a fast moving program.  

View the full posting here.

Grow Grant Application Open, New England Grassroots Environment Fund

Grow grants are geared to established groups who are ready to expand the scope of their work. Grow groups often have 1+ year experience running community projects and are ready to take on (pieces of) local system strategy around the issues of food, land & water, climate change, new economies and environmental health. The Grassroots Fund interprets the word ‘environment’ broadly and will provide funding for a wide range of activities.

View the more information the fund and grant application process here. Deadline is Sept. 15.

Research Associate Intern, Sustainable Energy Advantage (Framingham, MA)


We are seeking an enthusiastic, dedicated and organized Research Associate intern to perform research as well as quantitative market, financial, and economic analysis pertaining to the renewable energy industry. We are looking for an individual capable of contributing to a thriving consulting practice in supporting the needs of a diverse set of clients and tasks. This position represents an opportunity to gain exposure to, and experience with, a wide range of topics and stakeholders active in the renewable energy industry. Full time availability is preferred but part time positions are available. The position is for three months in the fall. An option to extend into a Fellowship position may be available.

View the full posting and apply here.

GIS Research Assistant, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Medford, MA)

The Fletcher School is in need of a GIS-proficient research assistant for remote support to a research project in Kenya. The research is an investigation of the wages of digital drivers in Nairobi, who will be recruited by hailing a digital taxi from a set of random coordinates, weighted by the concentration of drivers in different wards of Nairobi county. The research assistant will support the project by:

  1. Generating a list of random coordinates within wards in Nairobi county to facilitate sampling (August 2019) 
  2. Produce a map of the final sample distribution after the sampling period (likely October 2019)
  3. Potentially troubleshoot other GIS-issues that arise during the course of the project (through January 2019)

This role pays $15 per hour for up to 20 hours total with a guarantee of at least 10 hours of work. Interested candidates should send an introductory note to Julie Zollman detailing their availability and GIS experience.

Population and Sustainability Communications Associate, Center for Biological Diversity (Remote)

The Center for Biological Diversity seeks a part-time communications associate in our Population and Sustainability program to manage the online presence for innovative campaigns addressing the impact of unsustainable human population growth and overconsumption on wildlife and the planet. This position reports to the Population and Sustainability Director. This is a 25 hour/week position.

The position description online will say it is based in Tucson, but that is just where the Center for Biological Diversity’s headquarters are. This is a remote position. View the full posting here. The position will remain open until filled.

« Older posts Newer posts »