What is a good career path for an environmentally conscience person?
Im in High School and I'm searching through different career's. I'm thinking I would like to do something that allows me to protect natural habitat, but I don't know what job that would entail. I just want to be happy, money is not something im interested in.
Asked By: Riana - 11/22/2007
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agrocks is spot-on. You're going to need to make a living. You're going to need stability to do a decent job in any environmental field, because life happens. Believe me, I know! As an environmentalist, an understanding of general science and critical thinking is huge! Many young scientists over-specialize too early... More
Answered By: benthic_man - 11/22/2007
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Environmental law is growing exponentially right now, look into; water rights, endangered species protection and emanate domain to find something you might like. We need smart young Warriors like you to carry on the fight!
Answered By: Rainbow Warrior - 11/22/2007
Well, if you're overworked and yet always struggling to pay your bills, you won't be happy -- so don't rule out the value of money just yet... More
Answered By: agrocks - 11/22/2007
There are a lot of careers for the environmentally conscious... More
Answered By: dana1981 - 11/22/2007
check out the world wide communist party
Answered By: King$mity - 11/22/2007
I wouldn't worry about your exact career just yet. Just keep in mind what your interested in, Nature. Once you go to school you will start to learn what really interests you, and that will direct you to a career path. You might end up unhappy if you make your choices in reverse. When choosing a degree program, select a... More
Answered By: Special K - 11/22/2007
You probably want to keep your options open as much as you can although if you can handle science you should do as much science as you can get away with (also do maths, certain people in the environmental movement sprout bulls*** because they can't do basic maths). Biology, Chemistry and Geology might seem the most... More
Answered By: bestonnet_00 - 11/22/2007
be an environmentalists any kind of it will do all kinds have almost just the same perspectives
Answered By: pao d - 11/24/2007
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