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ENVS 151: Intermediate Environmental Studies - Danks (Spring 2016)

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For the Lives and Livelihoods Assignment:

Use the Classic Library Catalog to locate books on environmental careers.

Occupational Outlook Handbook (U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Some suggested UVM Library books :

Fetzer, A.  (2010).  Climb the green ladder: make your company and career more sustainable.  West Sussex, U.K.: John Wiley.
HD 30.255 .F48 2010  (3rd floor)

Hunter, M. L., Lindenmayer, D., & Calhoun, A. J. K. (2007). Saving the earth as a career : advice on becoming a conservation professional. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
S 945 .H86 2007  (3rd floor)

McClelland, C. L. (2010). Green careers for dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Pub.
REF GE 60 .M397 2010  (1st floor)

Miller, L. (2008). Careers for nature lovers & other outdoor types (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.
REF S 945 .M55 2008 (1st floor)

Renner, M., Sweeney, S., Kubit, J., Mastny, L., & Worldwatch Institute. (2008). Green jobs : working for people and the environment. Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute.
REF GE 60 .R46 2008 (1st floor)



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