Research Fellow - Colorado River Basin Land and Water Indicators Project

The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy seeks a Research Fellow for its Colorado River Basin Land and Water Indicators Project. Indicators allow us to take a snapshot of the current state of land and water resources and track changes over time. This project involves the creation of indicators to communicate insights about land and water resource conditions and the nexus of land use and water management to policymakers, resource managers, and other stakeholders in the Colorado River Basin region. By quantifying and communicating important trends to key stakeholders at scales that are most relevant to them, we seek to catalyze the better integration of land use and water policy and management and, ultimately, more sustainable communities in the Colorado River Basin.

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Digital Communications Manager

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks an agile, tech-savvy thinker to join a dynamic, mission-driven organization devoted to improving public policy through research, education, and action. In this newly created position, you’ll apply your communications skills to help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges, from climate change to inequality, by promoting the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land. You’ll have the opportunity to take ownership of your work, learn, and grow. You will be part of a small communications team, but you will collaborate with talented colleagues from a wide range of disciplines from across the organization. Your work will comprise a variety of tasks and offer the opportunity to explore your interests, but its core will be to develop and implement digital communications strategies that help us to achieve our goals for social change.

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