Welcome to our Recommended Book List!
We've picked out favorite reads for environmental career seekers and asked some of our friends to make some suggestions as well! These books are directly related to carer searching as well as inspiration to fuel your passion.
Books By Laura Thorne, The Environmental Career Coach
ENVIROlocity™️ Job Search Workbook
Searching for environmental jobs is tough! Competition for environmental jobs is high. Recent grads often compete with seasoned workers for the same jobs, new job titles are invented every day, new industries are emerging all the time. So how does one know how to start out on the right foot? The answer is right here with this workbook. Get it on Amazon paperback or Kindle today!Buy Now
A writing and reflection journal to help keep you motivated and uplifted during the arduous career search. As you go through one of the most stressful periods of your life, this journal will help you channel your emotions in a healthy manner. It also offers daily reflection, weekly tips, and weekly challenges.Buy Now
Recommended Environmental Reads
Outdoor Women in the Forest Service
The US Forest Service was established in 1905 and for the following 60-70 years was staffed primarily by men engaged in the production and harvest of timber. Social and economic changes that emerged from the civil rights and environmental movements of the 1960s and 1970s, however, changed the scope and priorities of the service and created opportunities for women to find employment within the agency.Buy Now
Silent Spring grasped America’s attention in the 1960s by revealing the harmful effects of many pesticides, especially DDT, on the environment and human health. The book gives riveting insight into the history of environmental conservation in the U.S. and serves as a great reminder of the power of one person’s voice.Buy Now
Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change
Recommended by Trish Kenlon
In Don’t Even Think About It, George Marshall seeks to answer the question, what psychological mechanism makes us ignore climate change, despite the overwhelming scientific evidence and constant warnings about the urgency of this issue? Marshall dives deep into how our human values, prejudices, and biases play into the climate change issue, and how our human nature might play into an eventual solution,Buy Now
Resilience Thinking: Sustaining Ecosystems and People in a Changing World
Recommended by Mark Radley Hafen
The reality is, for as long as modern society has existed, humans have been eating up this planet's resources without much regard for the effect on other entities or for the planet's future. In Resilience Thinking, Brian Walker offers 5 case studies that provide solutions to our environmental management problems.Buy Now
Recommended Career Search Reads
What Color Is Your Parachute?
With more than 10 million copies sold in 28 countries, the world's most popular job-search book is updated for 2020, tailoring Richard Bolles's long-trusted guidance with up-to-the-minute information and advice for today's job-hunters and career-changers.Buy Now
Getting Green Done: Hard Truths from the Front Lines of the Sustainability Revolution
Recommended by Trish Kenlon
Getting Green done provides an unfiltered perspective on what working in sustainability fields is really like — from working in corporate sustainability positions to the sad reality that 'going green' is still met with much resistance at many companies.Buy Now
The 2-Hour Job Search
You’ve probably heard tips like “leverage your network” to help expedite the job search. In The 2-Hour Job Search, Dalton breaks down exactly how to do that using technology. With tools like Excel and LinkedIn, Dalton shows you how to build a network, a list of target employers, and an effective job search plan — all in 2 hours.Buy Now
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