Climate Jobs

  • Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment – Interim Executive Director
  • Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment – Fundraising Manager
  • Senior Canadian Finance Campaigner is recruiting a seasoned, strategic and innovative campaigner to join its team. We’re tackling banks and other financial institutions and their hundreds of billions invested in fossil fuel companies destroying our climate and violating Indigenous rights. We encourage applicants to apply by October 15th at
  • The BC Community Climate Funding Guide
From CleanBC: A simpler way for local governments and Indigenous communities to find funding for their climate action projects. Maybe you’re a grant writer looking for funding to add heat pumps to a community building. Or a mayor preparing your town to cope with future wildfires. Or a sustainability manager implementing active transportation projects.
  • Call now open for PICS $1M Theme Partnership proposals. Deadline November 15th 
From the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS): A call is open for proposals under the institute’s Theme Partnership Program, which supports complex, and critically important, climate mitigation and adaptation research projects, funded up to $1 million. This flagship program currently supports three $1M projects that are investigating wildfire and carbon (storage), coastal adaptation to sea level rise and flooding, and negative emissions technology.
  • Youth-for-Youth Climate Action Fund
From the Foundation for Environmental Stewardship: We have just created a youth-for-youth climate action fund to support the youth-led climate movement across the nation. We are committed to re-granting $1.2M over 3 years to the the youth-led climate movement, with ambition to scale this.
  • Communications Coordinator
From the BC Mining Law Reform Network: Do you want to be an integral part of a dynamic and creative network working for environmental and social justice in solidarity with Indigenous peoples and mining-affected communities in British Columbia?
  • Work to Grow
Created in partnership with Parks Canada, Work to Grow connects racialized youth to jobs that promote or protect nature and offers funds of up to 50% of wages for individuals employed through the program. We’re looking for partners offering meaningful work for the next generation of nature lovers. There’s still time for organizations to get involved for the Fall and Winter terms! Do you know an organization or youth that could benefit?
  • Indigenous Climate Action Youth Wellness Honorarium
From Indigenous Climate Action: The Youth Wellness Honorarium pilot program helps Indigenous Youth who are taking on the ancestral work of land, air and water protection on the frontlines – or through climate justice organizing – in finding pathways to nurture their wellness. Indigenous Youth who have been engaged in climate justice organizing or frontline activism can apply to help alleviate financial pressure while trying to prioritize their wellness. The Honorarium is a $250 financial award.
  • Director, Sustainable Communities at David Suzuki Foundation
A rare senior leadership opportunity to join one of Canada’s leading environmental organization and become an agent of change.
  • Communications Specialist, David Suzuki Foundation
You are a communications specialist extraordinaire who is adept at responding quickly to breaking environmental stories. You are a writer who produces exceptional, fresh, inspiring and actionable copy including news releases, editorials, briefing notes, blogs, emails and compelling web and social media content.