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The Emerald City ranks as one of the greenest cities in the United States. The city boasts programs to curb pollution and reduce energy consumption and in 2014, earned the title of the most sustainable city. The local policies motivate companies to go green by reducing their carbon footprint. If you’re looking for environmental jobs in the United States, Seattle is a great place to search. However, the proliferation of...
In 2018, United States greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions grew by 2.7%, the second highest annual change since the year 2000. Driven by rapid development in the industrial and transportation sectors and increased heating/AC due to extreme temperatures during summer and winter, CO2 emissions rose in 2018 after 3 years of steady decline. 2019 Estimates Show Some Improvement After a disappointing year for emissions in the US for 2018, our...
Your Guide to Environmental Jobs in 2020 If you’re reading this, you are likely already aware of the global challenge we face of addressing climate change. Sea temperatures will continue to rise, hurricanes will grow in intensity, glaciers will continue to melt, and sea levels will alter our landscape as we know it. We are responsible for the repercussions of our actions. It is our hope that along with these problems...
In 2018, there were about 85,000 environmental scientists and specialists in the country. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment in this sector is expected to grow by 15% from 2012 to 2022 as entry level environmental science jobs continue to be in high demand. Because of the difficulty of finding and implementing climate change solutions, environmental scientists will be a growing field for the next few...