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Green at Work

Green at Work Author Susan Cohn
ISBN-10 1610910788
Release 2013-04-22
Pages 452
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Green at Work, published by Island Press in 1992, was the first source of information to help nontechnical but environmentally concerned job seekers learn about career opportunities with environmental companies or within the newly emerging "green" corporate culture. Now entirely revised and expanded, this indispensable volume again offers invaluable tools and strategies for launching a green career.Susan Cohn has expanded her scope beyond the business world to examine environmentally focused, nontechnical careers in a wide variety of fields, including communications, banking and finance, consulting, public policy, the non-profit sector, and more. This completely updated edition includes: profiles of more than 70 individuals that illustrate how people have woven their skills, values, and passions into their work listings of more than 400 companies with contact names, addresses, phone numbers, information on what the company does, and its environmental programs and policies listings of more than 50 resources, including organizations, publications, and other sources of information a bibliography of recommended readings



Ecotrain Green Career Guide Almanac

Ecotrain Green Career Guide Almanac Author
ISBN-10 9780615333946
Release 2010-03-15
Pages 223
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Ecotrain Green Career Guide Almanac has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ecotrain Green Career Guide Almanac also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ecotrain Green Career Guide Almanac book for free.



Green Collar Jobs

Green Collar Jobs Author Scott M. Deitche
ISBN-10 9780313380143
Release 2010-01
Pages 170
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This is a comprehensive yet practical guide for job seekers looking for green career opportunities. * Provides original insights and advice from professionals in green career fields * Includes web addresses for associations, discussion groups, job boards, and companies in each chapter * Lists relevant job sites and online references



The Sierra Club Green Guide

The Sierra Club Green Guide Author Andrew J. Feldman
ISBN-10 UOM:39015035749533
Release 1996
Pages 282
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Provides a directory of online databases and information resources concerning the environmental sciences and environmental protection



Green Careers For Dummies

Green Careers For Dummies Author Carol L. McClelland
ISBN-10 0470529601
Release 2010-01-19
Pages 360
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Everything you need to start a green career As you look for ways to contribute positively to the global economic and environmental crisis, getting an eco-friendly job provides a two-prong solution. Green Careers For Dummies, a 2010 Green book Festival award winner, introduces you to the wealth of opportunities in the rapidly expanding sustainable career genre. This book explores the green frontier of careers and shows you how to find a field that is best suited to your primary interests, skills, and goals, and then translating that into the sustainable job sphere. Career opportunities in the environmental science, renewable energy, smart grid, green building, transportation, manufacturing, sustainability, policy, and more. Job search 2.0 techniques (new media, online, networking, and electronic communications) Emerging green jobs that will be created in the next 5 years and beyond Whether you're a recent college graduate or looking to make a career change, Green Careers For Dummies is your one-stop source for finding your fit in an environmentally responsible job. If you are a career counselor, this book gives you a solid overview of the ever-evolving world of green career possibilities you cn refer to in your work with students and clients.



One Can Make a Difference

One Can Make a Difference Author Ingrid Newkirk
ISBN-10 9781440515323
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 272
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When Ingrid E. Newkirk almost singlehandedly set into motion the largest animal-rights organization in the world, she knew that one person can make a difference. In her new book, Newkirk has collected the wisdom, stories, and insight of more than 50 activists and world-changers who have proven that one person can create a movement. Through fascinating stories and advice, this book offers a roadmap for those of us seeking to better the world, and also provides a boost of inspiration for seasoned activists and other quiet agents of change.



A National Needs Assessment of Environmental Career Development for Middle and High School Youth a Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Science School of Natural Resources and Environment

A National Needs Assessment of Environmental Career Development for Middle and High School Youth   a Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment     for the Degree of Master of Science  School of Natural Resources and Environment     Author Megan Michele Hanson
ISBN-10 UOM:39015043203242
Release 2000
Pages 87
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Lean and Green

Lean and Green Author Pamela Gordon
ISBN-10 1605094072
Release 2001-09-01
Pages 250
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When it comes to believing that business can be profitable and environmentally sensitive, cynics abound on both sides. But in Lean and Green, Pamela Gordon proves that capitalism and environmentalism are not mutually exclusive-quite the contrary. She shows how "green" business practices enable organizations to save millions, even billions of dollars each year. Lean and Gree chronicles over one hundred examples of how people in twenty different organizations around the world-from clerks, farmers, and city employees to chemists and executives-have strengthened environmental practices and the balance sheet. She details waste-saving, profit-building acts as basic as Linda Gee at LSI Logic digging out usable pre-worn shoe covers to wear in the clean room, and as broad as the city of Santa Monica paving residential streets with white top to reduce urban heat and increase surface longevity. Drawing on her background as a leading business consultant, Gordon shows readers precisely how to sell their environmental ideas to management. She describes how to make the case in no-nonsense business terms, set concrete goals that the new practices will achieve, measure the economic results of the new practices, and make sure the right people hear about the results so that environmental initiatives continue. Each chapter includes a "Making It Easy" list of action steps for implementing lean and green improvements in the workplace easily and immediately. Lean and Green will inspire employees and employers alike to explore creative ways to simultaneously save the planet and bolster the bottom line.



The complete guide to environmental careers in the 21st century

The complete guide to environmental careers in the 21st century Author Kevin Doyle
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D016296573
Release 1999
Pages 447
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Provides an analysis of environmental career fields and offers advice on job hunting



Careers and the MBA

Careers and the MBA Author
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924083334445
Release 1993
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The Book Review Digest

The Book Review Digest Author
ISBN-10 IOWA:31858029587114
Release 1922
Pages
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Environmental Issues and Sustainable Futures

Environmental Issues and Sustainable Futures Author Michael Marien
ISBN-10 0930242513
Release 1996
Pages 170
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This guide seeks to sort the flood of information written about environmental issues and sustainable societies in recent years and order it in some way. A total of 450 document abstracts are presented here, most of which are on books and think tank reports. These items first appeared in "Future Survey" (journal) and were published between 1991 and 1995. Many of these items focus on American issues; however, in most instances, both the problems and the proposed remedies may be of great relevance to other countries. The abstracts are grouped into three broad categories: (1) "Environmental Issues," in which the primary focus is on a particular problem or set of problems; (2) "Toward Sustainability," where the primary focus is on a sustainable society or some key aspect of it; and (3) "Politics and Planning," in which the focus is on political context, environmental critics, environmentalist groups, and actions to be taken at the global, national, regional, and local levels. A total of 170 periodicals related to the environment are also identified including two dozen general-interest publications, four dozen publications with an environmental focus, and 100 specialized environmental publications such as those devoted to soil conservation, waste disposal, environmental education or environmental politics. A publisher/title index and a subject index are also included. (PVD)



The ECO Guide to Careers that Make a Difference

The ECO Guide to Careers that Make a Difference Author Kevin Environmental Careers Organization
ISBN-10 9781597262545
Release 2004-11-29
Pages 320
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ECO Guide immerses you in the strategies and tactics that leading edge professionals are using to tackle pressing problems and create innovative solutions.



Green Jobs for a New Economy

Green Jobs for a New Economy Author
ISBN-10 9780768928150
Release 2009-12-14
Pages 410
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Helps readers make the most of job opportunities that have arisen from the New Energy for America plan, providing information on projected salary ranges, where jobs are most available and how to find jobs and including articles on green topics and job data. Original.



True Green Work

True Green   Work Author Kim McKay
ISBN-10 1426202636
Release 2008
Pages 141
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Presents 100 strategies for safeguarding the environment.



Green Careers

Green Careers Author Jim Cassio
ISBN-10 9781550924282
Release 2013-10-18
Pages 368
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Choose the right green career for you.



The Green Workplace

The Green Workplace Author Leigh Stringer
ISBN-10 0230112323
Release 2010-09-28
Pages 256
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As 21st-century companies realize they'll need to be green to compete, sustainable ideas are spreading like wildfire throughout all fields of modern business. In The Green Workplace, Leigh Stringer, an expert on sustainable workplace design and strategy, shows companies on the cusp of radically transforming their practices how to bring together diverse teams and establish new organizational governance for creative problem-solving in greening their workplace. Her hands-on green strategies are based on concrete and cost-effective changes such as: - working from home - ways to cut commuting costs - video conferencing to cut down on travel - increasing access to natural light to save energy - and more. Stringer explains how managers can implement these changes smoothly and efficiently. In solving key problems, she shows companies how a green business reduces costs, increases productivity, improves recruiting and retention, and increases shareholder value, in addition to benefiting the environment.