The systems that support life in the 21st century continue to place immense strain on natural capital and drive declines in biodiversity. We are beginning to recognise the value of ecosystem processes and the ecology sector aims to utilise our understanding of interactions between organisms and their respective environments to prevent and (or) mitigate the negative impacts of human activity.
Biodiversity is the key to maintaining living standards for future generations. Ecology careers can be found in a wide range of industries and ecology jobs are relevant to various global issues like climate change, human health and the spread of disease. Whether you are interested in protecting natural habitats, understanding the development of antibiotic resistance, or ensuring we are able to produce sufficient quantities of nutritious sustenance, there is an ecology career for you.
SEEDBED has a range of opportunities for experienced professionals seeking a new ecology job. We have resources for those interested in pursuing a career in the ecology sector, as well as articles and features on ecological topics.
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