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Sector-specific resources for job seekers in the forestry,natural resources industry or new “green businesses” to sustain our planet.
Books
  • Becoming A Green Building Professional (720.47023 Hen)
    A guide to careers in sustainable architecture, design, development and operations.
  • Best Green Careers (331.702 Bes)
    Find your green job and make a difference!
  • Canadian Environmental Resource Guide (Ref 333.7202571 Can)
    This directory provides a comprehensive compilation of environmental product and service companies in Canada.
  • Careers in the Environment (331.7613637 Fas)
    ,”from government to private industry, money is now being channeled into saving the environment - and there’s a place in this hot new industry for you!”
  • Great Jobs for Environmental Studies Majors (363.70023 DeG)
    ,”Earn green by going green with your career choice!”
  • Green Careers (331.7613637 Cas)
    ,”this unique career guidance book, based on labor market research, covers green jobs representing almost every area of career interest.”
  • Green Careers : You Can Make Money And Save The Planet (333.72 Pow)
    The eco-job market is booming, big time, all over the world - help save your planet and earn a paycheck at the same time!
  • Green Careers In Energy (333.794023 Gre)
    ,”The indispensable guide for students and career changers.”
  • Green Jobs For A New Economy (650.14 Gre)
    An indispensable guide for students and career-seeking adults to emerging opportunities
  • Opportunities in Landscape Architecture, Botanical Gardens and Arboreta Careers (712.023 Cam)
    ,”put your career in full bloom!”
  • Start Your Own Green Business (363.705765 Min)
    ,”Gain the eco-advantage in today’s business world,”
  • Start Your Own Lawn Care or Landscaping Business (635.96470681 San)
    ,”Successful landscapers and lawn care professionals reveal their secrets to success in this $20 billion industry.”
Web Sites
  • Canadian Environment.Com
    (www.canadianenvironmental.com/envirojobs)
    A constantly updated listing of job openings in government, industry and environmental products and service companies with a link to international job postings.
  • Canadian Forests: Forestry Careers and Employment
    (www.canadian-forests.com/job.html)
    Lists job openings in every branch of Canada’s forest sector.
  • Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources
    (www.cyber-sierra.com/nrjobs)
    helps job seekers find employment in the areas of conservation, natural resources, forestry, ecology and environmental disciplines.
  • ECO Canada
    (www.eco.ca)
    ECO Canada helps students and job seekers explore a career in the environment industry.
  • Environmental Jobs and Careers
    (www.ejobs.org)
    Links to environmental jobs in the USA and Canada such as environmental engineers, nature and wetland specialists, technicians, chemists, geologists and more.
  • Forestry jobs in Canada
    (www.canadian-forests.com/job.html)
    ,”Employment Opportunities in the Forestry and Forest Product Sectors of Canada” through the Canadian Forests Website, a privite, independent initiative based in British Columbia.
  • Geo Job Source
    (www.geosearch.com)
    Comprehensive listing of careers in the spatial data professions. Includes Canada, United States and International postings. Fee-based.
  • Good Work
    (www.goodworkCanada.ca)
    ,”Canada’s green job site since 2001!”
  • Green Dream Jobs
    (www.sustainablebusiness.com/jobs)
    this site will be of interest to job seekers with an interest in environmental and socially responsible employment opportunities.
  • Ontario Forestry Association
    (www.oforest.on.ca)
    Individuals interested in a career in forestry can click on the Forest Careers Awareness feature on the home page.
  • Work Cabin Canada
    (www.workcabin.ca)
    ,”Canada’s outpost for environmental jobs.”
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