The Climate Change Bureau is currently hiring for these positions:
Dr. Kristi Hansen is recruiting an MS student to join the Dept of Agricultural & Applied Economics at the University of Wyoming. This student will work on an NSF EPSCoR-funded project called WY-ACT (Wyoming Anticipating Climate Transitions) project. This project seeks to help Wyoming stakeholders and communities anticipate and prepare for changing water availability. The 5-year grant will support creation of integrative models showing the cascading effects of changed water availability through socio-environmental systems with implications for hydrology, ecology, economics, and dependent human communities.
The Division of Marine Science and Conservation invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant-Professor level in Coastal/Marine Climate Change (CMCC). We seek applicants with expertise in social sciences, natural sciences, and/or engineering and with interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary interests. All aspects of CMCC will be considered, including—but not limited to—processes, impacts, resilience, adaptation, solutions. We also welcome expertise in research approaches (e.g., theoretical, computational, field, laboratory, etc.) and skills (e.g., geospatial analysis, machine learning, data analytics, modeling, etc.) that can be delivered across degree programs in the Nicholas School to advance career goals of an increasingly diverse student body.
The Conference aims at connecting leading scientists, researchers, economists, practitioners, business leaders, and policy makers, whose activities are focused on different aspects of climate change, its impacts and related policies.