There are green occupations in nearly every industry. Watch to learn more about the range of green jobs available.
WHAT IS A GREEN JOB?What is a Green Job?

A Green Job works to do at least one of the following:

  • Increase energy efficiency
  • Produce renewable energy
  • Prevent, reduce, or mitigate environmental degradation
  • Clean up and restore the natural environment
  • Educate, consult, and provide other services that support the above

Environmental Cleanup Worker • Organic Farm Laborer • Recycle Center Coordinator • Lawn & Grounds Maintenance Worker • Wildland Firefighter • Weatherization Worker • Window Installer • Biomass Collector • Recycling Processor • Waste Water Technician • Ecological Technician • Wood Stove Installer • Natural Resource Specialist • Biodiesel Plant Worker • Solar Thermal Technician • Wind Engineering & Construction • Fisheries Biologist • Forest Inventory Worker • Environmental Litigater

Want to learn more about green jobs? Visit QualityInfo.org/Green, and watch this: youTube What are Green Jobs?

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