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Is there such thing as a job that does both environmental science research and teaching?

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Sao’s Answer

Some companies request environmental consultant position. The job description is research and teach to company staff for environment management knowledge. BTW, the core of business is not environmental research field so you may focal on research, teaching and support operation. If you want to concentrate only research and teaching, professor or assistance professor is your choice.
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Neha’s Answer

You have two options here -

1) You could pursue a PhD, and continue research along with university teaching
2) You can be a consultant/R&D researcher in a company in that area, and be a guest lecturer along with it. You could also educate via non profits.
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Johnathan’s Answer

If you pursue your Ph.D in the field of environmental science research and continue to stay in academia (academic field), you could become a professor where you can teach and research. Most university professors in large universities focus both research and teaching.
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