|Donald Terry, Regional Advisory Committee Member, presented: The Community Reinvestment Act and Academia at the CRC Monthly Staff Meeting. See the presentation here.|
Please check out CRC Affiliate, Jesus Hernandez's working paper, "Race, Market Constraints and the Housing Crisis: A Problem of Embeddedness".
Ubuntu Green has announced that they are a searching for a Research Associate Intern. Click here to see this opportunity here.
|Request for Proposals & Call for Papers|
Tourism Cares invites letters of inquiry for their Worldwide Grants Program. A total of $120,000 will be awarded to nonprofits and Native American Tribes through this program. Click here for more details.
The Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council's Youth Investment Program is inviting proposals for park and open space infrastructure grants. Find out more by clicking here.
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has announced an RFP for for regional planning and economic security grant programs. More information about this can be found here.
Jobs & Employment Opportunities
|Just Cause, in San Francisco, has an opening for a Housing Organizer. Click here to see this opportunity.|
The California Energy Commission is looking for a Graduate Student Intern. Check out this opportunity here.
Chatauqua Opportunities, based in New York, is seeking a Community Development Manager. Click here for the position description.
|Meeting of the Sacramento Chapter of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute. This event will take place today from 6-8pm. For more information, click here. |
The California Extreme Precipitation Symposium, sponsored in part by the UCD Center for Watershed Sciences will happen on June 28th, 2011. Click here for more details.
The 10 Annual California Higher Education Sustainability Conference will be happening from July 10th to July 13th at CSU Long Beach. Click here to find out more.
|Special Reports on Regional Change|
|A new article has been published on the website of The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health entitled, Playing It Safe: Assessing Cumulative Impact and Social Vulnerability Through an Environmental Screening Method in the South Coast Air Basin, California. |
|Regional Change in the News|
|Fresno County considers 7 proposals to redraw the county's 5 supervisorial districts. Each proposal promises to have a different impact on residents and county supervisors alike. Read about it here.|
Air in the San Joaquin Valley is improving but still remains among places with the worst air in the nation. To find out more, click here.
Environmental groups have threatened to file suit against growers in the San Joaquin Valley in order to hasten the cleanup of polluted runoff from farms. Read more here.
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