Program for Local Adaptation to Climate Effects: Sea-Level Rise
A partnership between Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, Florida Sea Grant, NOAA Sea Grant, and Mississippi State University Extension to support and enhance sea-level rise resilience in the northern Gulf of Mexico
>>Join our team for a one-year fellowship!<<
The fellow will have exciting opportunities to work on-the-ground at the intersection of climate, flooding, health, and socioeconomic vulnerability. Helping to understand address gaps and needs for improved community resilience.
The fellowship is from January 1 – December 31st and comes with full benefits and a $40,000 stipend.
PLACE: SLR will foster a network of individuals and organizations working to enhance resilience to
coastal inundation under rising sea levels in a changing climate. It will increase access to and application
of relevant research, stimulate dialogue around vulnerabilities and adaptation strategies, and provide
resources that facilitate resilience and mitigation actions. These goals will be achieved by working directly
with stakeholders across the coastal northern Gulf of Mexico to identify critical gaps and address
them by leveraging the resources and expertise of the network.
Synthesize the best available science and ensure research meets the needs of stakeholders on the ground.
Provide outreach and communication of sea-level rise science and issues at the local and community level.
Work across the decision-making spectrum to ensure scientifically-sound, locally-feasible resilience solutions.