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What kind of opportunities are out there for individuals who want to combine biology with environmental science and the health sciences?

I'm looking into many different career paths and I'm trying to find the best one for me. These are the three subjects that I am interested in and I'm wondering if there is a way where I can combine all three subjects. #biology #health #environmental #environmental-services

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Sara’s Answer

Lots! Google "environmental health." You'll find a weath of career options that deal with these very issues.

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Tyler’s Answer

The answer is simple... Algae! The production of algae in the coming years will be vitally important for agriculture, wastewater remediation and as a renewable food source. Algae is a valid and environmentally friendly alternative to many fertilizers, like ammonium nitrate. And as a primary producer, it is essential to our planet's supply of oxygen. I can't think of a better career for a biologist interested in health and the environment.

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Lauren’s Answer

I would recommend that you consider exploring the field of Environmental Engineering. While Engineering is a difficult field, the Environment seems to be one of the "hottest" subjects today. There are lots of jobs that range from construction, land remediation as well as government work that requires Engineers of this nature. I wish you the best of luck with your pursuits!

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