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- Environmental Expert at ZDHC Foundation Thane, MaharashtraIn Environmental Jobs·1 October 2022Job details Job Type - Full-time Apply on - https://zdhcfoundation.recruitee.com/o/environmental-expert About ZDHC The ZDHC Foundation oversees the implementation of the Roadmap to Zero Programme and is a global industry collaboration within the sports, fashion, luxury and outdoor industries. The ZDHC vision is widespread implementation of sustainable chemistry, driving innovations and best practices in the textile, apparel, leather and footwear industries to protect consumers, workers and the environment. Through collaborative engagement, standard-setting, and large-scale implementation, ZDHC advances the industry towards zero discharge of hazardous chemicals. ZDHC takes a holistic approach to sustainable chemical management and enables tangible progress in the wider industry through the delivery of guidelines, platforms and solutions, including capacity building and innovation projects. For more information about ZDHC, see www.roadmaptozero.com. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Job Purpose The ZDHC Foundation is seeking an experienced (10+ years) result-oriented Environmental Expert to drive the strategy and activities in the Water Stewardship Competence Centre and related water impact area of the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme. The Subject Matter Expert will provide technical expertise within the Water Stewardship Competence Centre and support other Competence Centres, such as Air and Fibres & Materials, within the ZDHC MRSL Sustainable Chemical Management Framework. Scientific research on current best practices and innovations in water stewardship and wastewater management related to the value chain within the textile and footwear fashion industry and structurally collecting feedback from internal and external stakeholders is crucial in this role. This research will link to the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme guidelines and solutions for continuous improvement. Working collaboratively with ZDHC Contributors, internal stakeholders and partner organisations, the Subject Matter Expert will be a self-starter, entrepreneurial individual who can leverage the subject matter expertise, previous work experience and organisational abilities to drive tangible outcomes. This role provides critical support to a wide range of stakeholders with different backgrounds and perspectives and hence needs to ensure appropriate stakeholder engagement and consensus to be able to drive the creation and adoption of ZDHC tools and guidelines. Working closely with Programme Delivery and Quality Management, the candidate is required to launch and implement these developed guidelines and solutions successfully. Key Roles and Responsibilities Lead the Water Stewardship Competence Centre and provide technical expertise and technical advice on all wastewater, waste disposal and water use related matters, with a focus on the textile, leather and footwear industry. Own, develop, maintain and update the existing ZDHC guidelines related to water impact areas in close coordination with Sustainable Chemical Management Competence Centre, Roadmap to Zero Delivery Manager, Technical Writer and Quality Management. Develop and maintain science-based project impact metrics that integrate with the overall ZDHC Roadmap to Zero 2030 strategy. Keep up to date on the latest developments related to environmental engineering, water stewardship and wastewater management and maintain the industry best practices library. Together with Quality Management, create processes for the updates of the guidelines and document the work. Support the Technical Writer in Knowledge Base article writing for the ZDHC community to get guidance on Roadmap to Zero Programme processes and guidelines and frequently asked questions. Work with ZDHC Contributor Task Teams, Advisory Groups and Wastewater Council for their inputs on the content and managing timelines for continuous improvement of wastewater guidelines and supporting documents. Collaborate with stakeholders, technical experts, like-minded organisations, academia and training institutions in the subject area. Analyse and follow up with feedback given by the ZDHC community (internal and external). Conduct research on innovations in water stewardship in machinery, sustainable chemistry and process technologies for water usage optimisation and wastewater treatment in textile and leather processing. Support with technical expertise in the development of tools (such as Resource Efficiency Module) and global implementation projects of funding agencies, as well as Quality Team in managing the Laboratories/Certifiers acceptance and update process. Build case studies on water conservation methodologies in the industry, waste-to-wealth projects and wastewater impacts on biodiversity. Provide technical support to the ZDHC Academy in the development of training modules related to the water impact area. Required Skills 10+ years experience in environmental engineering activities related to textile, leather, footwear or similar production. Bachelor's or Master’s degree in science, chemical, civil, textile or environmental engineering or equivalent with specific experience and/or education related to the management of wastewater, sludge disposal, and water use in the textile, leather, or footwear industry. Additional accredited courses in water & environmental science/ wastewater management/ treatment. Knowledge of water pollution and wastewater treatment technologies. Knowledge and experience of working with multinational brand/supply chain collaborations and partnerships. Working knowledge of laboratory testing methods and analytical equipment. Awareness of the water industry, particularly water companies, and health and safety regulations. Exposure to working in textile or leather processing operations. Written and verbal skills to communicate specialist information to stakeholders and businesses. Interpersonal skills for liaising with customers, regulatory and health bodies, and other internal and external stakeholders. Ability to analyze and interpret data. Excellent project and documentation management skills. A proven ability to manage multiple work activities by establishing clear objectives and targets that deliver results. Demonstrable experience in working with targets and deadlines. Experience in leading and delivering meetings, events, and workshops. Fluent in written and verbal English. Other languages are beneficial. ZDHC Specific Attributes Team player with an international background – able to work well and create strong positive relationships with individuals from a range of different cultural backgrounds. Able to manage multiple work activities and deliver results in a timely and efficient manner. Goal-orientated, results-driven whilst also being a confident communicator. Self-driven and motivated. Confidently operate in a fast-paced, frequently changing environment. Able to proactively initiate and take responsibility for results and work activities that may not be specifically identified in this job description. Flexible with a high tolerance for ambiguity. Practical and pragmatic - exhibit a ‘can do’ attitude that is solution-orientated. Strong analytical ability to interpret information and translate it into solutions and/or improvements. Able to establish strong positive relationships with relevant stakeholders. IMPORTANT NOTE We are looking for someone who is able to work at our office in Thane (near Mumbai), MH, 400607, India. Candidates from other countries will only be considered if they have the right to live and work in India and are willing to relocate to Thane. If this applies to you, please specify in your covering letter your current work permit situation. Finally, please note that this hiring process is not supported by a relocation package to move to Thane, India. To apply: Please submit your CV and a 1-page motivation letter including salary expectations in PDF and click the below button "Apply for this job" where you can upload the documents.0049
- Faculty Position: Forests & GovernanceIn Conservation Jobs·29 September 2022Faculty Position: Forests & Governance Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment Bengaluru, Karnataka Full-time ACADEMIC position on CONTRACT Open Deadline To Apply Website → http://www.atree.org/node/156 PROFILE Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) is seeking to fill one faculty position in its programme on Forests & Governance. The programme seeks to recruit a social scientist with an interdisciplinary inclination to pursue applied research on questions of forest-based livelihoods, rural development, and/or forest institutions and governance. MONEY Salaries at ATREE are competitive and at par with the IITs/IISc QUALIFICATION Essential qualifications PhD from a reputed university and at least two years of post-PhD research experience (or equivalent pre-PhD work experience) in Political Science, Development Studies, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Ecology, Geography or related fields. Strong publication record related to the area of research Strong motivation towards interdisciplinary problem-solving and policy-/action-relevant research Ability to work in a team and to build research teams Ability to contribute to the ATREE PhD programme in Conservation Science and Sustainability Studies and/or ATREE’s policy outreach efforts EXPERIENCE Desirable qualifications Demonstrated ability to obtain research grants Prior teaching experience TO APPLY Interested candidates should email their CV, names and contact information of three references, a concise statement (<5pages) of research to be carried out over the next five years, and a letter describing their professional goals and interests. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is appointed. Mails and queries should be addressed to: The HR Officer Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment E‑mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Royal Enclave, Srirampura, Jakkur P.O. Bangalore 560 064. Tel: +91 (80) 2363 – 5555, Fax: 2353 – 0070 For more information click here.0085
- Faculty Positions in Environment, Ecology and Climate...In Environmental Jobs·29 September 2022Azim Premji University was established under the Azim Premji University Act 2010 of the Government of Karnataka. Azim Premji Foundation, the sponsoring body set up the University as a fully philanthropic and not-for-profit entity, with a clear social purpose. The University started in 2011 and since then have admitted over 2000 students. The Azim Premji Foundation comprises the Field Institutes, University and Philanthropy. The Field Institutes and University work towards quality and equity of education in India, including in research, policy, and continuing education. The Philanthropy unit provides financial support through multi-year grants to not-for-profit organizations outside of education, that serve the most vulnerable in our society. This integrated approach is towards our larger purpose of ‘contributing to a just, equitable, humane and sustainable society’, bringing our constitutional values to life. The university believes that development education, research and policy draw their strengths from academic studies as well as reflective on ground practice. In that spirit, our faculty are drawn from both academia as well as the development sector and engage in collaborative teaching, research, public writing and policy work. We are particularly interested in candidates with academic or practice experience in Environment, Ecology and Climate Change in rural or urban settings in the Indian context. Faculty Positions in Environment, Ecology and Climate Change ROLE Faculty Requirements We are looking for: • Expertise and experience in Environment, Ecology and Climate Change. • For academics, an advanced degree in relevant field. • For experienced practitioners, on-the-ground experience of at least 10 years and post-graduate degree in any field. • Capacity to be reflective and think critically. • Strong oral and written communication skills. • Orientation towards collaborative work. • Willingness to engage with a very diverse and large student body. Application Procedure Please email the following documents to email@example.com • Covering letter indicating the subject area of your interest and a professional statement of purpose • Curriculum Vitae • Two samples of writing (e.g. academic publications, technical reports, policy brief, analytical case study or others). • Completed Information Summary Sheet0028
- Our Environment - An Introduction
The Environment is our basic life support system and is composed of living beings, physical surroundings, and climatic conditions. It is derived from a French word, “Environner”, which means “to surround”. The term environment includes all biotic and abiotic entities around us. Biotic refers to the world of living organisms, whereas Abiotic refers to the world of non-living elements. The Environment provides us with the essential elements – air, water, food, and land which are essential for life to flourish on the Earth. Our Environment comprises three components – natural components (air, water, land & living things), human components (individual, family, community), and human-made components (roads, monuments, industries), and is a combination of natural and human-made phenomena. The Natural Environment could be further classified into four domains- lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere, and Atmosphere. These are also called the domains of the environment. The top layer of the Earth or the solid crust is called the lithosphere. It is covered by a thin layer of soil and is formed of rocks and minerals. It supports life on Earth and provides forests, and grasslands for grazing has various landforms – plains, valleys, and mountains, and also makes available land for agriculture and human settlements. The hydrosphere is referred to as the domain of water. It includes different types of water bodies – lakes, rivers, seas, oceans, etc., along with various sources of water. The thin layer of air surrounding the Earth is the atmosphere, it consists of water vapor, gases, and dust particles. The upper layer of the atmosphere has the ozone layer. It protects life on Earth from the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The Earth’s gravitational force holds the atmosphere around it, this is an essential process for life to thrive on the planet. The biosphere is also called the living world, the plant and the animal kingdom together constitute the biosphere. The interaction between land, water, and air takes place in this narrow zone of the Earth to support life. Humans form an integral part of the environment. They interact with the environment and modify it as per their needs and requirements, thus forming a human-made environment. With time, as humans evolved, their interaction with the environment also revolutionized, resulting in global environmental impact. Early humans used to adapt to the natural surroundings, however, contemporarily, as the human needs grew and became varied, the pressure on the environment also spiked, and more emphasis was given on judiciously using our environmental resources for meeting the needs of both present and future generations, to safeguard biodiversity and to protect life on Earth. Our Environmental resources are finite, living in harmony, and maintaining a perfect balance between the natural and human environment is of utmost importance and is the only way forward to a sustainable future.
- 5 Major Impacts of Climate Change on Our World: And What We Can Do About It
Welcome to the most trusted and scientific blog around climate change and Sustainable development. Climate change is a hot topic. It feels like everyone, from Lindsay Lohan to the former vice president, is weighing in. You might be wondering what all the fuss is about. After all, isn’t our planet always going through natural climate changes? And isn’t that a good thing? As we know, the world is getting warmer. But scientists agree that rather than being a positive side effect of natural variability, this warming is directly attributable to human activity – namely, our burning of fossil fuels and deforestation at an unprecedented rate. Whether you are concerned about the future of humanity or simply want to protect your own interests as a lover of the natural world, it makes sense to educate yourself on the impacts of climate change on our planet. Once you understand exactly what’s at risk, you can take action to help mitigate its negative effects and give future generations the best shot at thriving on Earth. Is fashion responsible for climate change? What are the main impacts of climate change? Weather patterns are unpredictable as a result of changes in climatic conditions, making it difficult to maintain and produce crops in a region that relies on farming owing to uneven and non-seasonal rainfall, which damages the vegetation. Climate change has also been linked to other weather occurrences such as hurricanes, floods, and storms, among others. The melting of glaciers owing to the increased warmth has caused a rise in sea level in the arctic region, which has begun to damage the coastline and raise the chances of flooding and erosion. The sudden change in climatic circumstances impacts all biological life present, but as we all know, it is not a natural act; everything around us, living and non-living, is interconnected and goes through the same processes. following are some impacts 1. Human Suffering Climate change is expected to lead to an increase in human suffering across the world. Heat waves will become more common, and humid areas will become more susceptible to drought. Because of this, food security will decrease and food prices will rise, leading to increased hunger and malnutrition. Organizations like the Red Cross are already preparing for these effects. In the U.S., for example, the Red Cross has the initiative to help people adapt to the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, such as extreme heat, flooding, and hurricanes – events that we expect to increase due to climate change. While these examples refer specifically to the impacts in the U.S., climate change will affect all of us. A changing climate poses a threat to human health, particularly for populations that are socially, economically, or geographically vulnerable. Certain populations may be particularly affected by the health effects of climate change, including those who are very young or very old, who have certain physical or mental health conditions, or who lack access to proper health care and clean water. Climate change is expected to lead to an increase in extreme weather events like floods, droughts, cyclones, and wildfires. These events will cause damage to property and infrastructure, disrupting livelihoods and displacing millions of people from their homes. These people will be considered climate refugees, and many of them will migrate to other areas of the world. There are currently more than 25 million people living as climate refugees, and that number is expected to grow. While the International Organization for Migration and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees have begun to address the needs of climate refugees, many of the policies and procedures in place are not robust enough to adequately address the growing problem. As temperatures rise, places that were once habitable will become uninhabitable. This will spark a massive global migration, threatening countries’ abilities to sustain their current populations, let alone the influx of millions of climate refugees. 2. Sea-level rise Climate change is expected to cause a rise in sea level, leading to increased coastal flooding. This is due to two factors: melting ice, and a thermal expansion of seawater. This is a big deal because about a quarter of the world’s population lives along a coast, and two-thirds of our global gross domestic product is produced in coastal areas. When sea levels rise, coastal areas are at risk of flooding from high tides. This flooding can be damaging and costly, as seen when Hurricane Katrina flooded 80% of New Orleans and required billions of dollars in repairs. In addition to coastal flooding, a rise in sea level will cause damage to ecosystems and wildlife. Areas like wetlands and coral reefs that are already vulnerable to damage from human activity will be even more susceptible to destruction. 3. Ocean Acidification The oceans are an integral part of our planet, providing us with food and a place to live. However, they are being threatened by climate change, especially ocean acidification. Ocean acidification is caused by the ocean's absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. This absorption has been increasing since the Industrial Revolution. The CO2 that enters the oceans is converted into carbonic acid, which makes the water more acidic. This is a problem because it can disrupt marine ecosystems. It is particularly harmful to organisms with shells, like oysters and clams, which make their homes in the ocean. It can also harm coral reefs, which are important habitats for many marine species. 4. Extreme Weather Events Extreme weather events, like floods, droughts, and heat waves, are expected to become more common and more intense due to climate change. These events can cause damage to property, disrupt livelihoods, and even kill people. If a drought were to strike your area, for example, you might have to cut back on watering your plants, which could lead to a decrease in your plants’ health. You might even have to replace them if they die. This might seem like a minor concern, but consider this: droughts can have devastating effects on food availability and prices. If you’re living in a place that relies heavily on food imports, a drought in one of the major food-producing regions could affect you. 5. Biodiversity Loss Biodiversity refers to the variety of life on Earth, including species, ecosystems, and the genetic variety within species. It’s a very complex system that scientists have been trying to understand for decades. But now biodiversity is at risk of being disrupted forever as a result of climate change. Scientists expect climate change to alter the distribution of species, affecting the ecosystems that depend on them. This could result in the extinction of species that lose their habitats due to climate change, leading to a loss of biodiversity. Ecosystems that depend on pollinators, like bees, birds, and bats, are particularly vulnerable to biodiversity loss. These species could face extinction as a result of decreased pollination due to warming temperatures, increased CO2, and a decrease in water availability. Conclusion Climate change is a real threat to the planet. It has the power to disrupt ecosystems, affect global biodiversity, and even cause a rise in human suffering. Many of the problems associated with climate change can be traced to the burning of fossil fuels, which releases CO2 into the atmosphere. We can’t stop climate change, but we can mitigate its effects by working to cut emissions and slow down the rate of warming. To accomplish this, we need to work together to find solutions that reduce our dependence on fossil fuels.
- Climate Change 101 : Challenges and Opportunities
The course covers fundamental principles of atmospheric science, climate data collection methods, and tracking greenhouse gas emissions. It introduces basic climate modeling and investigates the effects of various scenarios for greenhouse gas emissions. Finally, it discusses the impacts of climate change on environmental, social, economic, and human systems, including coral reefs, sea level rise, and urban infrastructure. The course follows the general outline of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's 5th Assessment Report. Course Learning Objectives By the end of this course, you will: Develop a deep scientific understanding of HOW the climate system has been changing. Articulate WHY the climate system is changing. Understand the nature of these changes. Develop a system thinking approach to analyzing the impacts of climate change on both natural and human systems What You Will Learn Principles of atmospheric science Climate data collection and interpretation Zero-dimensional Energy Balance Models One-dimensional Energy Balance Models General Circulation Models Carbon emissions scenarios Future climate change projections Impacts on human systems Emissions reduction pathways This course is self-paced, which means you can complete the content anytime.
About This Course Climate change is arguably the greatest challenge of our time. Human activity has already warmed the planet by one degree Celsius relative to pre-industrial times, and we are feeling the effects through record heat waves, droughts, wildfires, and flooding. If we continue to burn fossil fuels at the current rate, the planet will reach two degrees of warming by 2050 - the threshold that many scientists have identified as a dangerous tipping point. What is the science behind these projections? Join climate scientist expert Michael Mann to learn about the basic scientific principles behind climate change and global warming. We need to understand science in order to solve the broader environmental, societal, and economic changes that climate change is bringing. Course Learning Objectives By the end of this course, you will: Develop a deep scientific understanding of HOW the climate system has been changing; Articulate WHY the climate system is changing; Understand the nature of these changes; Develop a system thinking approach to analyzing the impacts of climate change on both natural and human systems. The course covers the basic principles of atmospheric science, methods of climate data collection, and tracking greenhouse gas emissions. It introduces basic climate modeling and explores the impact of various greenhouse gas emissions scenarios. Finally, it outlines the impacts of climate change on environmental, social, economic, and human systems, from coral reefs and sea level rise to urban infrastructure. The course follows the general outline of the 5th Assessment Report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. What You Will Learn Principles of atmospheric science Climate data collection and interpretation Zero-dimensional Energy Balance Models One-dimensional Energy Balanced Models General Circulation Models Carbon emissions scenarios Future climate change projections Impacts on human systems Emissions reduction pathways This course is self-paced, which means you can complete the content anytime.
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