Work with us!

Whether you’re looking to get your start in environmental work with an internship, or to continue a career in environmental advocacy or nonprofit administration, this page lists all of our open positions.

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INTERNSHIPS

We’re always looking for enthusiastic interns. You’d be a great match for us if you’re interested in environmental advocacy and have one or more of the following skills: you speak Chinese or Russian, you’re a social media and web whiz, you’re interested in gaining some hands-on experience in fundraising, or you want to participate in the daily operations of a small nonprofit.

If you’d like to intern with us, please send an email to HR at [email protected]. Be sure to include your resume and a cover note in which you indicate what areas of our work you’re interested in and why.

No phone calls, please.

New report calls on South Korea to accelerate shipping decarbonization

Press Release | December 13, 2022
Seoul, South Korea (December 13, 2022) – Today, Solutions for Our Climate (기후솔루션) and Pacific Environment released a new report that provides an achievable vision for green shipping and a zero-emission...

Making Plastic Polluters Pay

Blog Post | December 12, 2022 | Xuan Quach
My proudest moment last winter was when allies and I were able to thwart attempts by multinational companies to avoid responsibility for plastic pollution in communities and our oceans. We had just convinced top...

UN Shipping Agency Inches Towards 2030 Emission Reduction Goal

Press Release | December 9, 2022
This week’s round of technical talks at the UN’s maritime regulator showed countries are prepared to phase out shipping emissions by 2050. More crucially, support appears to be building for the...

State of California Signals Need for Additional Measures to Tackle Toxic Pollution for Ocean-Going Vessels

Press Release | December 1, 2022
​​​​​​​ Today, California’s chief climate and air pollution regulator released a report on the status of the state’s world-first regulation to end in-port pollution from fossil fuel vessels. The report by...