Save the Earth with a Job?

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Careers in Science are helping to save earth’s natural resources. Those with Careers in the Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M. Careers) that work with animals and plants are instrumental in preserving natural resources along with researching future food and water sources. These scientists’ discoveries play a major role in maintaining and sustaining earth’s natural resources.

Scientists that work with animals and plants within some STEM Careers are on the leading edge of preserving earth’s natural resources. Some of these careers are in Agriculture, Agronomy, Horticulture, Food Chemistry, Food Technology and Organic Chemistry.

Ecology, Environmental Protection, Genomic, Hydrology, Range Conservation, Range Ecology and Water Conservation Science careers are among those whose research are leading to new discoveries and ideas that can be put to practical use while conserving natural environments.

Evolutionary Biologists, Herpetologists, Mammalogists, Ornithologists, Wildlife Rehabilitators and Wildlife Researchers work with the Earth’s animal population as they research and implement discoveries within their work.

STEM Scientists’ work impacts plant and animal life in meaningful ways that can have positive long-term effects for our planet.  A Career as a scientist working with plants and animals can involve discovering solutions to the issues wildlife face as these scientists work to protect water and earth resources for the future.

C. W. Wilson

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