Are you looking for a "green" job in an environmental field? How about a job where you put your skills to work doing some good for the world? Or maybe you're just looking for a job that will challenge you. In any of these cases, a career in oceanic engineering could offer exactly what you are looking for.
Read more, in the September 2008 issue of Today's Engineer.
Monday, October 6, 2008
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
The latest from Extinction Blog, published by Plenty Magazine:
Captive breeding could save fragile butterfly from extinction
I don't know which endangered species to write about today
More vultures headed for extinction, this time in South Africa
Scotland moves quickly to protect tiny, rare snail
Two African nations team up to protect world's rarest ape
An example of why it is so hard to protect endangered species
30 more days to save the Endangered Species Act
700 North American fish species risk extinction
Africa's bushmeat problem
A win for wolves!
State of the world's birds: It ain't good
Could global warming benefit one species of endangered shark?
Could selective breeding recreate an extinct tortoise?
China's tainted milk scandal hits endangered species
Navajo Nation moves to protect bald eagles
Japan to preserve seeds of 1,690 endangered plant species