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Principles  and  approaches  of  environmental  sciences  are  applicable  in several  areas  of  development.  These  areas  are  studied  as  scope  of  the subject.  Environmental  science  has  a  vast  scope  since  it  covers  a  wide range  of subject matters or issues related to our complex  life-supporting system.  Scope  of  the  subject  can  be  described  in  terms  of  major  areas of  applicability  as  well  as  career  opportunities  related  to  the  subject. Three  major  areas  of  applicability  of  the  subject  are :

(i)                 Management  of natural  resources, 

(ii)               Conservation  of  ecosystem  and  biodiversity,

(iii)             Prevention and control of pollution.

In addition, environmental science plays a  key  role  in  solving  complex  environmental  issues  of  varying scale,  including  climate  change,  ozone  layer  depletion,  energy  crisis, desertification, urbanization,  population  explosion, and  so  on.

Scope of the subject in terms of career opportunities is vast. For the last two decades, environmental science has been associated with many career opportunities.  Major career options related to the subject can be described as follows:

INDUSTRIES:  Industries need to show compliance against a number of environmental norms. Hence, environment experts are needed to guide the  industries  for  adopting  clean  technologies,  controlling  pollution, disposing  the  wastes,  and carrying  out environmental  audit.

CONSULTANCY:  Environment consultancies are hired by governments, industries,  and  NGOs  for  carrying  out  different  types  of laboratory-based  analyses  or  field-based  studies,  which  are  often  required in  environment  impact  assessment  (EIA)  and  other  compliance processes.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT  (R&D):  R&D  opportunities  in  this area include studying different types of pollution and their causes and effects. It also includes development of clean and efficient technologies for  future.  Scientists,  researchers,  and  analysts  are  some  of  the common  career  profiles.

ACADEMICS:  Environmental  science  is taught  at  almost  every  level of  education, that  is,  from  school to  university level.  A  large number of  teachers  or  academicians  are  required  to fulfil  this  need.

GREEN MARKETING:  Skilled manpower is  required  to  promote  eco-friendly products in market. Environmental quality certifications like ISO-14000 are  also  being  incorporated  in  marketing  strategy—this creates  additional  career  opportunities.

GREEN MEDIA: In order to generate awareness about the environment, there is an immense need for skilled manpower in the field of print and electronic  media.  A  number  of  magazines  and  newspapers  regularly publish articles on environmental theme, for example, Down to Earth, a  magazine published  by  Centre  for  Science and  Environment.

GREEN  ADVOCACY:  Environmental  lawyers  are  emerging  as  major players  in  ensuring  proper  implementation  of  environmental  norms, laws,  and  programmes.  Public  Interest  Litigation  (PIL)  empowers  a common  man  to  fight  against any  anti-environment activity.

• NGOs:  These  days,  most  of  the  environmental  programmes  are being  implemented  through  NGOs,  with  the  help  of  funds  from national  and  international  agencies.  Green-peace,  CI,  WWF,  CSE, CEE, TERI, Tarun  Bharat Sangh, and Vatavaran are some examples of  environmental  NGOs.

• GOVERNMENT  JOBS:  A  number  of conventional  jobs  are  available in government bodies  such  as  environmental  ministry, pollution control boards,  national  parks,  and biosphere reserves.

• INTERNATIONAL  AGENCIES:  Various  international  agencies  such  as UNEP,  IUCN,  TSBF,  and  World  Bank  require  qualified  human resources  to  implement  environment-related  projects.


Today,  the  world  is  facing  numerous  environmental  problems,  ranging from  local  problems  such  as  ground  water  depletion  to  global  problems such as climate change. These problems can be solved only when everyone cares  for  the  environment;  for  that  everyone  needs  to  be  informed about  the  causes,  consequences,  and  remedial  measures  of  different environmental  problems.  In  order  to  achieve  this  goal,  environmental science is promoted and taught at different educational levels. The subject bears  immense  importance as it aims at saving the integrity  of  the  life-supporting environment of earth,  which is a  unique planet that sustains life. Importance  of  this subject can  be  described in  terms  of the various objectives  that  it  fulfils  for  saving  the  environment.  So  far,  seven  such objectives have been  identified:

• It guides us  to know how our developmental and day-to-day activities affect  environment  and  how  we  are  affected  by  changes  in  the environmental  conditions.

• It guides us to create  a  pollution-free environment (that is, clean air, water,  land,  and  food)  by  adopting  different  methods  of  preventing and  controlling  pollution.

• It  guides  us  to  utilize  our  natural  resources  such  as  water,  forest, minerals,  and  fossil  fuels  in  an  efficient  manner,  that  is,  with maximum  utility  and  minimum  wastage,  by  adopting  conservation and  recycling  strategies.

• It  guides common  public  to  live  an  eco-friendly  lifestyle  by  adopting the above three features, that is, knowing environmental implications of  one’s activities,  preventing  and  controlling  pollution, and  utilizing the  resources  efficiently  in  day-to-day activities.

• It  guides  industries  to  operate  in  an  eco-friendly  mode  by  adopting clean  and  efficient  technologies  and  installing  pollution  control systems.

• It  guides  us  to  solve  complex  global  environmental  problems  such as  climate  change,  ozone-layer  depletion, desertification,  and energy crisis  by  using  different  interdisciplinary  tools and  approaches.

• It  guides  the  entire  development  process  to  become  sustainable  by ensuring  equal  distribution  of  natural  resources  between  present  and future  generations, as  well  as  by caring for nature  in  every walk  of  life in  a  holistic  manner.


The Research of Environmental Sciences (RES), set up in 1988, is a total insightful journal careful to the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China, and regulated by the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES). As a national five star magazine, RES has been recorded on the plans of the Core Journals of China and the Key Magazine of China Technology. RES was regarded with the title of the China's Outstanding Academic Journals with International Influences in 2012, the Outstanding S&T Journals of China in 2011, and the RCCSE Authoritative Academic Journals of China of 2011-2012. The journal is separated and recorded by a lot of overall databases including the Chinese Science Citation Database (CSCD), Chinese S&T Paper Citation Database (CSTPCD), Core Journals Database of China (Selection), Database of Outstanding ST Journals of China , Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Information System (ASFIS, UN), Chinese Medical Citation Index (CMCI), CA, CSA:NS, Ulrichs Periodicals Directory, CABI, Global Health, ZR, VINITI, JST and IC; The RES is circulating the first and the most recent examinations related to normal sciences that mirror the all-inclusive and neighborhood progresses, new speculations, new advances and new approaches, covering the controls including aerate and cool, maritime condition, commonplace organic condition, soil condition, ecotoxicology, environmental treatment propels, cleaner age advances and methods, solid waste, biological watching and examination, and regular orchestrating and organization. This journal serves perusers from intelligent research associations, schools and universities. Starting late, more than 99% of disseminated papers were financially supported by wanders at ordinary or bigger sums, and over 85% were maintained by fundings at national levels.

Investigates in the field of biological science, for instance, Aquatic Sciences, Energy Resources and Conservation, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Biology, Environmental Economics, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Physics, Environmental Health - Public Health, Environmental Law - Policy - Eco Justice, Environmental Management, Environmental Toxicology, Global Change, Climate Change, Monitoring, Environmental Analysis - Monitoring, Nature Conservation - Biodiversity, Pollution and Remediation, Soil Science, Sustainable Development.


The University of Sydney, Australia;  University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna;  Monash University, Australia; University of New England, Shimane University, Japan; University of Michigan, USA.


Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Conard Environmental Research Area, Cooperative Institute for Arctic Research,  Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies,  Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Energy and Environmental Research Center Global Energy Network Institute, Global Environment Facility, Institute on the Environment


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