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Reduce and phase out fossil-fuel subsidies that encourage wasteful consumption while minimzing adverse impacts on the poor and affected communities.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Consumer Advocacy Groups: Represent and protect the interests of consumers and work to eliminate market distortions that contribute to wasteful consumption. They often push for fair business practices and transparent information.

  2. Zero Waste Initiatives: Community groups focused on zero waste initiatives aim to reduce or eliminate waste in local areas and may advocate for policies that discourage wasteful products and packaging.

  3. Local Environmental Alliances: May work towards eliminating market distortions that lead to environmentally harmful consumption patterns and often collaborate with businesses and policymakers.

  4. Sustainable Business Networks: Bring together businesses committed to sustainability and responsible consumption to advocate for changes in market structures that encourage wasteful practices.

  5. Food Sustainability Organizations: Work to remove market distortions in the agricultural and food industries and promote practices that reduce food waste and encourage sustainable consumption.

  6. Circular Economy Advocacy Groups: Aim to eliminate waste by promoting closed-loop systems where resources are continuously reused and recycled.

  7. Local Chambers of Commerce for Sustainability: May collaborate with businesses to address market distortions, promoting environmentally and socially responsible practices.

  8. Community-based Recycling Initiatives: Aim to eliminate market distortions by promoting responsible waste management and recycling practices.

  9. Fair Trade Associations: Work to ensure that producers receive fair compensation for their products and wasteful consumption associated with exploitation is reduced.

  10. Educational Nonprofits: Inform the public about the environmental and social impacts of consumption choices, advocating for changes that promote sustainable alternatives.

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