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Carbon Tax and GHGs: What Will it Mean for Green Jobs?
Tweet It’s a new year and there’s a new vision for Canada; a future that includes putting a price on carbon in a bid to… Read more
ECO Canada and Royal Roads University: Helping You Develop Leadership Skills
No matter what industry, good leaders share essential qualities: good communication, strategic thinking, understanding team dynamics – to name a few.
The good news is, you can develop those skills no matter where you are in your career with help from ECO Canada and Royal Roads University.
Why understanding Canadian environmental law isn’t just for lawyers
Lawyers aren’t the only professionals who benefit from understanding environmental law.
Develop practical skills and find ways to apply this knowledge for a variety of projects and industries.
How to leverage the competitive advantage of EP certification
You’ve worked hard to build your environmental expertise and have attained the status of a certified Environmental Professional (EP).
Now’s the time to make the most of your certification and reap the rewards.
ISO 14001:2015 What are the changes and how to implement the new requirements
ISO 14001: 2015 was released on September 15, 2015. Update your environmental management system to align with the new requirements with insights from Dr. Yogendra Chaudhry, EP, CRSP.
Technical writing: A must-have skill in your team
In an age of texting and auto-correct, writing skills are slowly being eroded. Yet the one thing hasn’t changed: clear, concise business writing is a must. See how you can help your team build this skill.
Working with Waste Incineration Technology
Dr. Yogendra Chaudhry shares why understanding the roles of waste characteristics, incinerator design and operation is important to waste incineration. Gain insights as he shares his experience in the following Q & A.
Attend the 2015 Auditing Association of Canada Conference
Join our friends at the 2015 Auditing Association of Canada Conference on September 16-18, 2015 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Out in the field? Experience the zen-like calm of Inbox Zero
When you’re out in the field with limited internet access, staying up-to-date on work emails can be a real challenge. Check out these tips from guest expert Dawn O’Connor to reach the zen of “Inbox Zero!”
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.