Is your work related to the environment? If so, ECO CANADA would like to hear from you.
ECO Canada is seeking individuals whose work is related to the environment, natural resources, and environmental sustainability. You may be an engineer, biologist, technician, environmental educator, geographer, geologist, health and safety specialist, or someone working in any other environmental-related field. Be part of its nation-wide study to ensure that your contribution to the environment is being considered by government, employers, academics, and labour market experts.
ECO Canada’s Study of Environmental Practitioners 2005-06 was launched in November 2005 to describe the characteristics of people working in the environmental fields.
To complete the survey or to read more about it, go to www.eco.ca/study. For any questions, e-mail Kitt Chanthaboune, project manager, Labour Market Information at email@example.com.
ECO Canada is a not-for-profit organization established in 1992 to assist the environment sector in developing and implementing human resources development policies. Its mission is to “ensure an adequate supply of people with the demonstrated skills and knowledge required to meet the environmental human resource needs of the public and private sectors”.