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Hot Topics, Past Research Released and Environmental Trends

  • Occupations in shortage – What kind of occupations are in high demand, but in low supply? (February 2018)
  • What are your thoughts on the budget assigned to science research?
  • Discussion topic: How is wildlife affected as the planet is experiencing one degree Celsius of warming?
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Other upcoming topics:

  • Analyzing ECO Canada’s report on New Ways of Measuring Environmental Employment
  • Startups have figured out how to remove carbon from the air. How should government and private sectors integrate this technology?
  • New and retired workforce: how does your company get the balance right?

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I really like to hear from other environmental professionals from different parts of the country and different parts of the environmental puzzle. I truly believe that the ECO Canada Research Community is broad enough that most of the puzzle is there and the people are all willing to help us all improve.

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I like being part of ECO’s Research Community because it forces me to step outside of my position and reflect on related concepts that ultimately connect to water management. It allows my mind to think big picture rather than narrow in scope.

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Featured Report: Careers in Natural Resource Management

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