Vault Guide to Environmental Careers
Today, environmental concerns, such as climate change, are among the most urgent challenges facing our species. Tackling these problems may prove vital to our economic success, our health and safety, and our national security. There are myriad ways that this enthusiasm can be channeled into productive work on behalf of the environment—through government, private industry, nonprofit work and the efforts of individual citizens. Developing clean forms of energy, using policy and technology to remove toxic chemicals from our food, water and air, and ensuring that future generations benefit from preserved parks, forests, watersheds and greenways, are some ways that today’s environmental workers help create a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable future. Environmental workers span a diverse range of career types, skills, goals and backgrounds, and their ranks, by all industry estimates, will continue to expand, making the environmental field an excellent career choice well into the future. Vault brings you all this information in one place, our latest e-book Vault Guide to Environmental Careers.
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