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ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is an association of 1,200 local governments in 68 countries that are dedicated to sustainable development. It has 15 offices servicing its members while developing innovative projects and events and is an international notfor-profit association and network perceived as the international representative of cities for sustainability. The European Secretariat is based in Freiburg, Germany.
There are currently two vacancies at the ICLEI European Secretariat:
(1) Officer - Climate Adaptation and Resilience
The Institute for Renewable Energy of EURAC - Urban and Regional Energy System research group - is glad to invite you to the Conference on Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions 2015.
Date & Venue
19th and 20th November 2015
EURAC research, viale Druso 1, 39100 Bolzano (Italy)
Applications are invited for the position of Project Assistant at ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Southeast Asia Secretariat, Incorporated. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to work with ICLEI, one of the leading local government associations in the world. The Secretariat is seeking a suitably qualified and motivated Project Assistant. This post aims at strengthening the capacity of the Secretariat on Climate Change and other Sustainability issues.
CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, 17 JULY 2015
A. About ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability
The Graduate School of Urban Studies (URBANgrad) at Darmstadt University of Technology has set up a new graduate program on urban and infrastructural change in East Africa. This interdisciplinary program is funded by the Hans Böckler Foundation and includes the following academic subjects: Spatial and Infrastructure Planning, Urban Development and Design, History of Technology, and Economic Geography and Global Studies.
The Transition Academy, the next-generation academic initiative of DRIFT, invites you to a 2-day research course of intense knowledge building, great debates and facilitated in-depth conversations with action researchers and experts on Transition Management about the forces shaping our cities and interactive sessions to experience and learn designing co-creation processes that tap and reroute such forces for sustainable and resilient futures.