Teaching about the environment, how it works, and how to protect it is called “environmental education.” This is a small but growing field.
The Climate System
Energy efficiency is about using less energy to provide the same service. Energy-efficient light bulbs are a great example. They give off the same amount of light using less electricity. The same goes for energy-efficient cars. They travel the same distance using less gas.
A college degree is one of the best ways to boost your income. You can study full-time at a traditional four-year college or you can study first at a community college. Many 4-year colleges have admissions requirements you need to meet to get in; many community colleges accept almost everyone with a high school degree or GED. You can study part-time, in-person or online. Either way, getting a four-year, bachelor’s degree or a two-year, associate’s degree can really improve your chances of getting a good-paying and rewarding job that helps the environment.
Local, state and federal government jobs covered by civil service laws are called “civil service jobs.” Almost all government jobs in the New York area are covered by these laws.
Building New Job Skills
Learning new job skills can help people move up from entry-level positions. Luckily, New York City is home to many programs that can help you do just that. Most of these training programs focus on energy efficiency, renewable energy, building operations and real estate management. Some, though, focus on things like how to start a green business,an environmentally-friendly event planning, or green hotel and restaurant operations. There are also a handful of programs that teach people farming skills to the city’s budding farmers.
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