Project Drawdown is a US-based research organization that is developing a book, open-source database, and digital platform describing how 100 existing technological, social, and ecological solutions, deployed at scale and in combination, can alter the composition of our atmosphere and help forge a path toward temperature decline. It is offering two fellowships: Research Fellowship: Research Fellows will work with our senior research team to develop solution-specific models, technical reports, and recommendations for solutions. They will build out the second phase of research, analysis, and modeling of Drawdown solutions. The priority deadline is February 26, 2016 and the final deadline is March 18, 2016. Senior Fellowships: Five Senior Fellows are sought to join the senior research team in the following subject areas: Energy Infrastructure, Transportation Efficiency, Building Efficiency, Material Reduction, Data Modeling and Analytics to join the senior research team. Applications are open until filled. For more information about the two programs and to access the online application, visit the Project Drawdown website. Applications are due at different times for each fellowships.