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Living Green

Buying an eco-friendly House
Community supported agriculture
Conserve water
Dispose of batteries
Earth-friendly products
Eco-friendly Christmas
Eco-friendly children's clothes
Eco-friendly cleaning
Eco-friendly exercise
Eco-friendly flooring
Eco-friendly furniture
Eco-friendly laundry
Eco-friendly paint
Eco-friendly vacation
Eco-friendly Valentine
Fluorescent light bulbs
Food not lawns
Green jobs
Gray water
Hybrid cars
Organic cotton
Prevent fires
Rainwater collection
Reclaimed water
Seed balls
Tips to save the earth
Unique recycled gifts
Ways to make money
100 mile diet

Environmental Health

Earth Month 2010

Eco-friendly car care

Report a violation

Bags (plastic of paper?)
Benefits of clean gas
CO poisoning
Earthquake help
Growing organic veggies
Hurricane help
Ozone deteriation

Buy green energy
Green energy
Reuse carbon dioxide
Solar heating
Solar pool heating

Promote your product


Green Jobs

What is a Green Job

A green job reduces waste and pollution and benefits the environment.

How to find a Green Job

If you want a green job, join eco-friendly groups, search eco-friendly sites and find out what draws your attention. If you are interested in selling or growing organic cotton, drinking organic coffee, or growing organic vegetables, search for jobs that match your interests.

Explore your options. If you want a green job, take some time to find out what motivates you and what skills you have to help protect the environment. You don't have to have a degree in environmental studies go get a green job. A job may not be listed as 'green' but you can make it green. For example, if you are a car salesman, focus on selling hybrid or electric cars. If you are a wedding planner, work with companies that provide sustainable products.

Network. An important job-hunting strategy is to network. Tell your friends and family members about your desire to work in the green field. Your friends may know someone who works at a renewable-energy company or someone who works at a soil lab who can help you with your job search. If you know someone who has a green job, ask them for tips on how they found their job.

Evaluate your current job. If you enjoy your current job, think about a way to turn your job into a green job. For example, if you are a real estate agent, focus on selling eco-friendly homes. If you are a chef, focus on cooking with organic foods or buy your produce from Community Supported Agriculture.

Job boards. Try searching websites. You can search the web and go on sites such as Green Biz job board or Green job sites will have the name, company, job description and qualifications that are required for the job.

Volunteer. As soon as you have an idea of what field you want to get into, build your resume by joining a non-profit organization and get involved. Volunteer to help out on a project or start a green campaign in your community. Volunteering will help build skills and confidence.

School. Consider going back to school and learn skills that will help you in your search for green jobs. The green field is different than any field that was taught years ago. Training in renewable energy and jobs in solar are becoming easier to find.

Create your own business. If you can't find a green job, think about starting your own green business. Try partnering up with like-minded people and start your own eco-company.

Eco-tourism is one of the largest business sectors in the world. Eco tourism is growing 10 times the rate of regular tourism, and there is plenty of diversity in that field. Eco-tourism companies receive tax breaks and other benefits for going green

Local governments and city officials are often interested in how they can reduce their city's carbon footprint. According to the American Planning Association, storm water management, transportation, and urban design are some of the job fields that are going to be at the forefront of the green movement.

Green builders, contractors, and construction workers are in high demand. Sustainable or green building design and construction are some of the top growing jobs in the green field.

Organic food companies. lf you love food and enjoy working in food services, an organic food occupation may be the right job for you. Organic food companies hire those who are interested in producing organic fruits and vegetables, as well as maintaining compost systems and being responsible for the development of a growing community that is aware of their local resources.

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