4. Environmental Consultant: Independent environmental consultants undertake environmental
impact assessment, environmental audits, implement better waste management, create
environmental policy and advice on ecological land management.
5. Environmental Auditors: Environmental auditing is a relatively new and fast growing
area. The work maybe in waste minimization, conducting comprehensive general environmental
reviews., involve looking at the management structure of organizations to make sure
that the commitment, resources, training and allocation of responsibilities exists
to put an environmental management system in place.
6. Natural Resource Managers If you love to work with communities, then this is
the field for you. You will be involved in managing natural resources through the
application of technology, policy and eliciting public participation. Your job will
involve managing watersheds, afforestation, ecorestoration,
exsitu conservation programs that are increasingly implemented by both Government
8. Wildlife Managers: This highly enjoyable career ensures that you are applying
your knowledge of wildlife and human interrelationships in nature as well as your
skills in management for managing wildlife.
9. Eco - Tourism Managers: Conservation of wildlife and wildlands is now closely
linked to eco-tourism another rapidly developing field.
10. Environmental Educators and Communicators: Reporting environmental issues such
as people wildlife conflicts, outbreak of environment related diseases, natural
disasters, nuclear tests, construction of dams are issues that are increasingly
addressed by newspapers and televisions. CNN-IBN and other news channels have dedicated
environmental journalists. Teaching and training at various level is another rewarding
career that can be taken up.