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Technology & Trending Environmental Fields in Canada
Environmental professionals across Canada can rejoice as 90,000 additional jobs are expected to be created in the environmental sector by 2024.
Today’s Waste is Tomorrow’s Food
With technology advancing at a rapid pace, start-ups are creating products that turn industrial waste into something useful to the environment. This futuristic pyramid-shaped greenhouse is turning algae into organic fertilizer while sequestering CO2 with a zero-waste, off-grid, and carbon-negative process.
You Are What You Listen To: Noise Impacts, Human Health & EIA
When a project is being proposed, it’s not only the impact to the natural environment that is considered. Human health factors need to be taken into account and form an integral part of of the Environmental Impact Assessment process.
Hiring environmental workers: What you need to know
Tweet The environmental sector in Canada is growing steadily and at a quick pace. The specialized workforce in this sector is projected to increased… Read more
ECO Canada has been connecting environmental professionals in Canada for over 25 years. This spring, we launch our first national TV ad, Connecting Paths, to recognize environmental work and specializations within Canada, while demonstrating how they’re all connected. Read on & watch the video.
Understanding Environmental Employment – Part 2 of 2
Our latest research findings tell us that the demand for environmental workers is sizable, which is why ECO Canada is exploring new ways of measuring environmental employment to understand the unique characteristics of this sector.
ECO Canada’s Current Events
We kicked off 2018 with a busy schedule of events and have no intention of slowing down. In our quest to meet with Environmental Professionals across Canada, we organized workshops, speakers, networking and webinars to hear from those working in the environmental sector and get some face time with our certified members.
Understanding Environmental Employment – Part 1 of 2
ECO Canada has been studying the environmental labour market for more than 20 years. Learn how we are defining environmental employment and why this is important to get started in the sector.
Environmental Trends 2018
We reached out to our followers on social media and our Research Community to predict environmental trends for 2018. Read their ideas and thoughts here.
Careers in Selected Environmental Sub-Sectors
ECO Canada is presenting research findings on selected environmental sub-sectors: Communications, Education, Research Development and Policy and Legislation. Learn more about practice areas, demand in Canada, projected growth and trends.