Greenjobs: A Guide to Eco-Friendly Employment

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Contents
ivAcknowledgments
1PART ONE
3Chapter 1:it’s a Greening World: How We Got Where We Are and Where We’re Headed
17Chapter 2:Green Goes Mainstream
27Chapter 3:Who Wants a Green Job and Why
39Chapter 4:What Green Means for Education and Training
45PART TWO
47Chapter 5:Green Energy
95Chapter 6:Green Transportation
113Chapter 7:Green Building
141Chapter 8:Green Organizations and NGos
149Chapter 9:Natural Resources Management
181Chapter 10:Green Goods and Services
204Bibliography
212Appendix
230Index
234About the Authors

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Acknowledgments iv
  • Part One 1
  • Chapter 1- It's a Greening World- How We Got Where We Are and Where We're Headed 3
  • Chapter 2- Green Goes Mainstream 17
  • Chapter 3- Who Wants a Green Job and Why 27
  • Chapter 4- What Green Means for Education and Training 39
  • Part Two 45
  • Chapter 5- Green Energy 47
  • Chapter 6- Green Transportation 95
  • Chapter 7- Green Building 113
  • Chapter 8- Green Organizations and Ngos 141
  • Chapter 9- Natural Resources Management 149
  • Chapter 10- Green Goods and Services 181
  • Bibliography 204
  • Appendix 212
  • Index 230
  • About the Authors 234
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