What does building a wind farm, saving endangered species, and restoring river habitat have in common? They are all tasks performed by environmental scientists—people who use their knowledge of science to protect the environment. Environmental scientists work in offices and laboratories and also spend time in the field gathering data and monitoring environmental conditions.
Have you ever wondered how to combine a satisfying career with your love of the great outdoors and desire to protect the environment? All three come together under the rubric of natural resource management. People engaged in this science, focus on the complex interactions between soil, climate, land, water, plants, and animals. These dynamic natural… Continue reading Hands on Environmental Education Leads to Exciting Careers
The gap is closing between business practices and the environmental sciences as sustainability becomes a watchword for the future. And a Sustainability Degree could be your ticket to employment as green goes mainstream. According to a 2012 poll conducted by Gibbs & Soell, 88 percent of business leaders support their company “going green” in order… Continue reading Combine Your Passion with a Degree for a Positive Outcome