Click here to visit the Climate Change Policy & Practice knowledgebase.

Announcement from Friday, 16 March 2012

The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) Reporting Services (IISD RS) is pleased to announce a new format and on-line listing of:

Climate Change Job Vacancies

On 13 March 2012, IISD RS published the first issue of Climate Change Job Vacancies Update. This weekly newsletter is a service provided by IISD RS for our CLIMATE-L community subscribers. You can find the latest issue of Climate Change Job Vacancies Update here:

IISD RS is providing our readers this service as one means to foster a community of practice among international climate change policy makers. For several years, Daniela Tarizzo has compiled information regarding climate change job vacancies as a volunteer service to the CLIMATE-L community. We are pleased with this new format to have Daniela Tarizzo continuing in an official capacity, as our Climate Change Job Vacancies Content Editor.

In addition to the new format and more frequent notifications regarding the latest job vacancy listings, all currently active job vacancy announcements are posted in a new “jobs” section on our Climate Change Policy & Practice knowledgebase (

For updated information on job submission requirements and deadlines, please visit:

The weekly Climate Change Job Vacancies Update regarding new postings on the jobs section is distributed exclusively through the CLIMATE-L listserve every Wednesday.

Please note that IISD RS does not assume responsibility for any of the jobs posted in the Update, and the positions listed in the Update have no relationship to employment opportunities with IISD unless explicitly noted.

IISD Reporting Services' Knowledge Management Products
IISD RS’ Knowledge Management knowledgebases track, synthesize, categorize and publish timely information on UN and intergovernmental activities addressing policy issues related to climate change, sustainable development, the post-2015 development agenda, biodiversity, SIDS, water, land, forests, sustainable energy, and chemicals and wastes. Each post is researched and written by our team of thematic experts. All of our work is copyrighted, and can be cited with appropriate attribution and a link back to our original work. Visit all of our knowledgebases to search for information about specific international actors and themes:
Water and
Biodiversity Forests
Land Chemicals
and Wastes
Small Island
States (SIDS)
Latin America
& Caribbean
For further information, please contact

All content copyright © 1990 - 2015 - IISD

*** Excerpts may only be used with appropriate academic citation and include a link to the listed site ***