Forest Fire Prevention Derivatives, CrowdDoing
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Recruiting Organization: M4A FOUNDATION - CROWDDOING
Prevention derivatives are a framework to address what would otherwise become Tragedies of the Commons.***. Risks of calamity are spread across many stakeholders, from companies to insurers to governments and individuals. Prevention Derivatives are a strategy for each stakeholder to take their fair share of responsibility for the prevention of these risks. Risks are preventable through combinations of social innovations that range from new to long-standing, proven approaches. Prevention Derivatives are designed for each stakeholder [contingent payers] to pay, if they so choose, only for the risk prevention savings that materialize for them.
For example, If stakeholders who face forest fire risks can collaborate to finance the prevention of these risks through social innovation, all stakeholders can be better protected.
Similarly, stakeholders who face flooding risks due to the degradation of coral reef health collaborate to finance the prevention of these risks through social innovation, all stakeholders can be better protected.
Three or more years of professional experience or study in a land use-, forest- or conservation-related field;2-4 years demonstrated professional experience
Strong written and oral communication skills;
Excellent research skills, including ability to work with large data sets
Initiative and ability for self-directed, independent work
Exceptional organizational skills with meticulous attention to detail
Define/develop and consolidate a methodological approach to be used for forest regeneration mapping
Skills & Competencies:
Superior knowledge of the operational and strategic requirements for the successful delivery of a range of biodiversity conservation, soil or water conservation or natural resource management programs
Experience managing program or project work including setting and meeting deadlines
Experience working with and delivering on organizational strategic plans
Software tools & Program knowledge:
Preferred Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (forestry, economics, political science, international development, environmental science, geography)
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