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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on June 30, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on June 30, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Auto Tech-Entry Level||Louisville, KY|
|Director of Nursing||Omaha, NE|
|PRK Ophthalmic Technician – PRK Tech||Biloxi, MS|
|Environmental Compliance Specialist||Abilene, TX|
|Truck Driver/Production Assistant - Part time||Altoona, PA|
|Site Environmental Manager||Greenville, NC|
|Electric Vehicle Market Analysis Internship||San Diego, CA|
|Lead Environmental Protection Specialist||Washington, DC|
|Environmental Specialist (Mid level)||Rancho Cucamonga, CA|
|Communications Officer||United States|
When I think about the environment, I usually think about water quality. That’s because I’m a fisherman, and the ecosystems that I practice my sport in are particularly sensitive. Air quality issues are much easier to ignore because they’re usually not as immediately apparent (until you run into a 100 degree day with an air quality advisory and can’t breathe). Yet the fight for clean air may be the environmental cause that is most important during our lifetime. That’s certainly what the people at the Center for Clean Air Policy think. The CCAP is a Washington, DC based non-profit that is “a recognized world leader in climate and air quality policy and is the only independent, nonprofit think tank working exclusively on those issues at the local, U.S. national and international levels.”
The Center for Clean Air Policy was founded in 1985, and since then the organization has pursued a mission to “significantly advance cost-effective and pragmatic air quality and climate policy through analysis, dialogue and education.” CCAP works all across the world, and you can get a sense for what they’ve accomplished by reading about some of their featured work. They also have a timeline of their impacts, which will give you a better idea of how their work has actually made the world a better place to live. If you’d like to help them do more of this, take a look at the Center for Clean Air Policy’s Careers page. Right now they have two positions that seem like a great for a new or recent grad: Research Assistant and a Communications Associate.
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