What Should You Study If You’re Interested in Climate Change?

 

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Climate change is a hot topic and something that we all need to pay attention to. While some people might want to address climate change in their personal lives, many also consider a career related to it. If you’re interested in working in a field related to climate change, there are various areas of study you could consider.

 

Environmental Science

If you want to get a degree in environmental sciences, there are several fields of study you could consider. They include Environmental Biology or Chemistry, Environmental Engineering and Earth Science. These degrees could all lead you into a career related to climate change.

 

Environmental Policy

You might be thinking about working with environmental policy. If you wanted to do this, you can choose a degree major that relates to either politics, the environment or both. Fields of study include Environmental Economics, Public Administration and Environmental Sociology.

 

Environmental Law

Studying in the legal field can allow you to explore a range of different specialities. For those who are interested in protecting the environment and tackling climate change, an Environmental Law degree is one option. Other degrees relating to forestry, fish and wildlife might be useful to study too, as well as a Criminal Justice degree.

 

Public Health

Public health professionals are also concerned with climate change. As the climate changes, it’s important to help protect and improve public health. A Public Health degree can help you to start a career related to managing the impact of climate change on people’s lives and health.

How Climate Change Affects Public Health Infographic
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