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Green Jobs

  • Sustainable Business: Provides a comprehensive job search engine specializes in connecting people professionals with environmentally conscious employers. They have the most job listings and most traffic.
  • Green Biz: Focuses on green, clean-tech, and sustainable business practices. Their listings emphasize high quality, professional opportunities with the best organizations, providing job seekers and employers with the leading career tool for the green economy.
  • Eco Career Opportunities: Provides job alerts for over 500 current jobs every two weeks in the following fields: Natural Resources & Conservation, Environmental Science & Engineering, Outdoor & Environmental Education, Environmental Law, Policy and Regulation, Environmental Advocacy, Renewable Energy, International Environmental, Environmental Internships, and more.
  • Sustainable Jobs: Is the leading global site for sustainability, climate change and renewable energy jobs. It posts jobs in the following areas: University and Research, Energy, Government and Policy, Start ups and Innovations, Consulting Organizations, Engineers, Charities and NGO's, Law, and Finance, Investment and Banking
  • Pew Center on Global Climate Change: The Pew Center on Global Climate Change brings a new cooperative approach and critical scientific, economic and technological  expertise to the global debate on climate change.
  • United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO): World Meteorological Organization coordinates global scientific activity in several areas, including: air pollution research, climate change and ozone depletion studies.
  • US Global Change Research Program: The USGCRP provides the foundation for increasing the skill of predictions of seasonal-to-inter-annual climate fluctuations (which can bring excessively wet and dry periods) and long-term climate change.
  • EPA Global Warming Page: Explains climate change science, U.S. climate policy, greenhouse gas emissions, environmental effects, and what you can do.
  • IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme: Provides an introduction to climate change as well as information on technical solutions.
  • Climate Change Research Library: A treasure trove of information and resources for the study of climate change.
  • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Includes methodologies and tools to evaluate strategies for adaptation to climate change.
  • World Wildlife Fund: Climate Mission: By 2001 we aim to ensure that industrialized nations set in motion a permanent downward trend in their domestic emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) - the leading global warming gas - as a first step towards substantial reductions in emissions by 2010.
  • World Resources Institute: Climate, Energy, & Transport: WRI's goal is to protect the global climate system from further harm due to emissions of greenhouse gases and help humanity and the natural world adapt to unavoidable climate change.
  • Climate Analysis Indicators Tool: CAIT provides a comprehensive and comparable database of greenhouse gas emissions data and other climate-relevant indicators.
  • Sierra Club: Learn about the Sierra Club's campaign to reverse one of the largest experiments in history--global warming.
  • Students United for a Responsible Global Environment: SURGE is a national student organization working to build a coalition among the many student and community organizations working for social and economic justice.
  • Global Climate Change Student Guide   a comprehensive work for geology, geography and environmental science students studying climate change
  • Center for Health and the Global Environment: Studies the link between human health to the health of the global environment.
  • Rocky Mountain Institute: Fosters the efficient and restorative use of resources to make the world secure, just, prosperous, and life-sustaining.
  • Kyoto Protocol: The Kyoto Protocol is a legally binding agreement under which industrialized countries will reduce their collective emissions of greenhouse gases by 5.2%.
  • Solar Energy International: SEI's workshops give individuals the knowledge and skills to design, install and maintain renewable energy systems and to build state-of-the-art solar homes that are efficient, practical, and earth friendly.
  • World Energy Council: The WEC analyses global, regional and local energy and energy-related issues, both current and for the longer term (now out to 2100).
  • The International Conference on Green Entrepreneurship merges environmental sustainability, economic development and innovation for achieving sustainable development in the Caribbean region.
  • Environmental Programs:  Provides a center for environmental career and the schools offering related environmental programs.
  • Commission on the Future of Economic Development: Driven to create a more robust, fair and sustainable economy for all of us, CFED is fueled by the belief that there is a tremendous amount of untapped potential in low-income people and distressed communities. We identify promising ideas, test and refine them to figure out what works, craft policies and products to help good ideas reach scale, and foster new markets to achieve maximum impact.