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Clara Fang
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Many of the jobs in this forum posted by myself and the CCL fellows were found from the following sources, which you could sign up for yourself to get the info directly. Would appreciate in this thread posts about other forums for finding jobs! 

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Bulletin

Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences Forum - AESSOnline.org

Ed's Clean Energy & Sustainability Jobs List – A hand curated weekly email of jobs in the clean energy & sustainability industry. (edsjobslist.com)

Switzer Fellow's network (Clara Fang connection) 

Yale Environment School Alumni of Washington DC (Clara Fang connection) 

Climate Advocacy Lab 

Green Leadership Trust

DC EcoWomen (Clara Fang connection) 


Clara Fang
229 Posts

For those of you who might be specifically interested in the climate adaptation side, be sure to check out the Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange Opportunities Page (any CAKE registered user can post to that list--you can also find funding opportunities on the Opportunities page, just change the search parameters), and the American Society of Adaptation Professionals Jobs & Opportunities page.
Also if you're in the job market, consider attending the National Adaptation Forum in Baltimore this October. Its a great place to learn about opportunities and meet people.

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How do I find Climate Advocacy Labs job listings?

Clara Fang
229 Posts

Hi Kyle, 

You need to become a member of Climate Advocacy Lab, it's free. 


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