Environmental Lobbyists

No one academic path leads directly to a lobbying career. Most lobbyists come to the profession from other disciplines and other jobs. Some have political experience; others have scientific, economic, or legal backgrounds. This previous experience can be extremely useful to environmental lobbyists, who must be able to assess the environmental and economic impact and to identify the legal strengths or weaknesses of various measures.  


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