Society faces an ecological crisis and everyone must do their part to protect the environment. In addition to teaching about environmental protection, schools must implement green practices.
These jobs focus on protecting the environment and are in different fields and disciplines. Many colleges are creating majors for green careers.
Most workers with green careers enter a specific field and then move into the green version of it. Several people discuss following their dreams and ideas into emerging green fields.
An environmental science teacher helps students learn about environmental protection through a nature center. Students learn what they can do at home and in the future to help the environment.
Credits: Public Policy and Green Collar Opportunities: Green Collar Careers
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In our last chapter lesson the curriculum focuses on the vocational advantages of embracing environmental education in schools and stewardship in communities. As Paul Krugman, the 2008 Nobel Prize winner for economics, has stated, “the fastest growing segment of our economy deals with energy alternatives and the restoration our ecosystems.” Van Jones states the coming green revolution will create millions of new jobs and help to promote our energy independence.
Length: 31 minutes
Copyright date: ©2009
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