Environmental mangers analyze environmental impact, follow legal requirements, set environmental objectives and establish policy to reduce environmental impacts. At the corporate level, they are also largely responsible for employee safety, employee environment awareness, and compliance.
Environmental managers work with scientists and other environmental professionals to develop renewable energy, create green jobs, protect national resources, hazardous waste clean-up, permitting, and a host of other functions. Environmental managers work on regulatory issues, environmental advocacy, public safety, education, and conservation. This thriving and growing field offers professionals who are interested in environmental science or management a wide variety of employment and career opportunities.
CSU offers educational opportunities in environmental management, including:
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