ECCLPs Recruitment Opportunity

Join the UC–CSU Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Projects (ECCLPs, pronounced “eclipse”) initiative that is advancing prekindergarten through 12th grade (PK–12) climate and environmental literacy, justice, and action! ECCLPs Executive Director Kelley Lê is seeking 15 committee members for three committees (45 members total) that will focus on: 1) research; 2) PK–12 teaching and learning;…

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Research Analyst, World Resources Institute (WRI)

As the Natural Climate Solutions Research Analyst II, you will conduct research on the transformational changes required across forests, land, freshwater, and ocean ecosystems to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C, halt biodiversity loss, and secure a more just, equitable future for all. Your analysis will be featured on Systems Change Lab’s data platform, the…

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2022 Community Event: Accelerating Women’s Environmental and Climate Solutions in the U.S.

Wednesday, November 30th @ 3:00pm PT / 6:00pm ET Join Women’s Earth Alliance and their 2022 U.S. Grassroots Accelerator for Women Climate and Environmental Leaders for a virtual gathering to connect with leaders, learn about their work, and about this program that uplifts and connects women-led grassroots initiatives. Leaders are working at the intersections of…

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Ripple Week : The Water Within Us

Tuesday, October 11th – Thursday, October 13th Ripple Week is a series of free virtual events brought to the community by Women’s Earth Alliance, designed to inspire, mobilize and amplify critical grassroots solutions that can meet this moment on the planet. The theme for this year’s Ripple Week Series, and the meaning behind the Ripple…

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Creating a Climate Action Plan Centered in Justice

Tuesday, September 27, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT At the core of climate justice is the recognition that those who are least responsible for climate change are more likely to suffer its most devastating effects, now and in the future. Globally and in the U.S. & Canada, these populations are disproportionately People of…

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