ECO Canada Blog
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4 Types of engagement: which one are you?
Engagement is not a simple case of all or nothing, but a more complicated matter of degree. Along this spectrum, ECO Canada has identified 4 specific types – which one sounds most familiar to you?
Survival skills taught by Parkland College
What’s it like to participate in one of our BEAHR Training Programs? Find out in this article by guest writer Breanne Massey.
How recession-proof is your green career?
If you unexpectedly needed to look for work in a new industry, how marketable would your green skills be? Find out if you have the competencies that are in demand across the greatest range of sectors.
3 Common networking dilemmas and what to do about them
Strong networking skills can make or break your long-term career success. Network more meaningfully and effectively by tackling these 3 common dilemmas.
Exploring careers in canada’s energy sector (and why it pays to work there)
Interested in working in the areas of energy management, energy conservation, energy efficiency or renewable energy? Learn more about energy careers including salary expectations and experience and skills requirements.
Job trends and future growth of Canada’s water quality workforce
What is the current status and future growth of Canada’s water quality workforce? Learn the key findings of ECO Canada’s recent study, Careers in Water Quality.
EP success story: transitioning into Canada’s environmental industry
What does it take to successfully transition into Canada’s environmental industry? Find out in EP Collins Ugochukwu’s story of his international career.
Top paying environmental jobs in Canada
While there are other incentives and benefits, salary compensation remains a top factor in employee satisfaction. Learn the top paying environmental jobs and how your salary compares to the national average.
Top 3 communication dilemmas in consulting – and what the pros do
How do the experts handle team conflict or a client who doesn’t communicate well? Find out in this list of the top 3 communication dilemmas for environmental consultants.
Alberta Energy Regulator responsible for environmental impact assessments
As of October 1, 2014, the Alberta Energy Regulator is managing EIAs for energy resource activities. Learn what you need to know about this new change.