Enviromental Work In Australia
Today the world is facing a global climate change. There is widespread air and water pollution, and so much waste around that it is potential threat not just to humans but also to the environment, on which we depend so much.
The future of planet lies in qualifying people to have skills so that they can prevent and, if possible, reverse the damage on our environment. It is very important that we make extensive information available for people who wish to pursue a career in environmental work.
Australia, with its delicate biodiversity, is facing a crunch between environmental employment and information. However, the government is taking all possible steps to ensure that environmental workers are provided with resources to take this challenge as a full-time job. Many people who are graduating from tertiary courses have been given employment in many environmental jobs. However, there is no data available that can tell us whether the requirements are being met between the employer and the employee. This lack of information creates a gap as to the amount of advice one can give people who want to pursue environmental work in Australia.
Presently the following environmental work is being undertaken in Australia:
- Air quality protection
- Water quality protection
- Land quality protection
- Waste management
- Conserving and preserving fisheries and wildlife
- Conserving forested areas
- Conserving and preserving wildlife and aquatic life
- Designating protected areas
- Establishing and protecting national parks
- Energy and climate protection
- Creating public awareness to environment damage
Australia has vast natural resources along with delicate and unique wildlife, aquatic life and flora. They all need to be protected through environmental work. The government and local organizations are doing their bit to conserve and protect the environment