Want to "Go Green"?
The movement for a sustainable economy has begun to reach beyond traditional conservation, environmental protection, and natural resource management institutions. With training in the principles of Environmental Studies and in environmentally-related disciplines such as geography, biology, and economics, you will find employment opportunities in numerous sectors of the government, private research firms, non-profit organizations, consulting firms, and industrial companies.
Investigate Careers in the Environment (ICE)
ICE is a student-sponsored weekly series of career talks by professionals in various environmental fields.
ICE Talks (more info)
Many resources are available online to help individuals interested in environmental careers.
- CU-Boulder Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI)
- CU-Boulder CU Cleantech Jobs Board
- Cool Climate Jobs
- Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Job Board
- Environmental Consulting Career Advice
- Green Collar Jobs
- Green Jobs
- Grist Green Jobs
- ISA Environmental Studies Section
- Pherkad Wildlife Job Search
- Red Lodge Clearinghouse
- Society for Conservation Biology
- Sustainable Business Green Jobs
- Sustainability Career Resources
- Tree Hugger
The Environmental Studies Program office has a small library of career books that can be browsed, including Opportunities in Environmental Careers, The ECO Guide to Careers that Make a Difference, Sunshine Jobs, and 100 Jobs in the Environment.
- Announcements -
Thu Dec 19, 2013
- Events -
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Fri Dec 13, 2013
- News -
Dec 04, 2013
Nov 22, 2013
- Faculty Focus -
The potential use of climate information and forecasts in natural resource management, including the analysis of management decision processes