Postdoctoral associate position available in natural resource economics at the Yale School of the Environment – Scaling up measurement of natural capital and developing uses of natural capital accounts.
The postdoctoral scholar will build on lesson’s learned from previously published data while incorporating novel developments based on the applicant’s creativity and scholarship. For all assessments, the postdoctoral scholar will be responsible for leveraging interdisciplinary methods to calculate, map, and scale economic, ecological, and agricultural benefits (and costs) across the state of California (following methods from previous Project Team studies).
The Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation at Clemson University seeks applications for a full-time research associate (post-doc) who will provide research and outreach support in the Climate-Smart Forestry Project funded by the USDA NIFA. It is a grant-funded and benefits-eligible position for up to 3.5 years.
The School of Social Ecology at UC Irvine seeks applications to fill a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow position in water resources policy. Candidates are required to have a PhD in such fields as natural resources management, environmental economics, water resources engineering, geography, or other fields related to water and wastewater policy. Deadline May 19.
We are seeking a highly motivated and exceptional researcher for a post-doctoral fellowship position at the University of Waterloo. The focus of this position is on conducting a mixed method (qualitative and quantitative) and policy-relevant study as part of a two-year interdisciplinary project funded by the New Frontiers Research Funds (NFRF) Exploration in Canada.
The Energy, Climate and Well-being Lab (ECWL) at the Yale School of the Environment is looking to hire a postdoctoral scholar to work on household energy modeling in the context of energy transitions in the US. The candidate will work primarily as part of a project team developing fresh approaches to modeling household energy choices in low-carbon pathways that reflect enabling and constraining factors related to well-being, health, social relations, and the built environment. The candidate will have the opportunity to conduct empirical research, lead model development and work with team members with engineering and social science backgrounds on cutting edge interdisciplinary research.
We have a postdoc research associate position open in the area of environmental and resource economics, broadly defined. There is a preference for candidates with computational modeling and/or climate/water/agriculture background, but we will consider anyone with good quantitative skills. The funding for the first two years is guaranteed assuming acceptable performance, with the third-year funding being a possibility. There are also options for the first year working location.
We invite applications for a postdoctoral research associate to work with Dr. David Keiser at UMass Amherst, starting Fall 2023.
The Environmental Markets Lab (emLab) at UC Santa Barbara is seeking a motivated Postdoctoral Researcher to lead analyses uncovering the environmental and social impacts of Indonesia’s palm oil and pulp supply chains and their governance. The overarching goal of the project is to improve transparency in pulp and oil palm supply chains, enabling more effective and transparent sustainability interventions by companies and governments.
A USDA/NIFA-funded project is looking for a two-year postdoc (funding for the 3rd possible through other sources). Salary and benefits are very competitive. Prefer a candidate who does computational modeling in the area of environmental/ecological and natural resources economics, but will consider anyone who has solid quantitative modeling skills. An agricultural background is not necessary to apply for the position.