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Vietnam's seafood production

Improve global resource efficiency in consumption and production and decouple economic growth from environmental degradation, with developed countries taking the lead.

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. Community Environmental Groups: Organize local initiatives to promote sustainable practices and raise awareness about resource efficiency.

  2. Green Teams or Eco-Teams: Often found in schools, workplaces, or neighborhoods, these teams work together to implement eco-friendly practices and reduce resource consumption.

  3. Local Sustainability Coalitions: Bring together various community stakeholders to collaborate on sustainable development projects and promote resource efficiency.

  4. Zero Waste Initiatives: Focus on achieving zero waste goals within a community, working on waste reduction, recycling, and composting.

  5. Community Gardens and Farmers' Markets: Promote sustainable agriculture practices, local food production, and reduced reliance on resource-intensive food supply chains.

  6. Energy Efficiency Groups: Promote energy conservation and efficiency within homes, businesses, and community facilities.

  7. Repair Cafés: Encourage repairing and reusing items to reduce waste and promote a sustainable consumption.

  8. Local Conservation Societies: Preserve local ecosystems and natural resources, often engaging in projects to protect and restore the environment.

  9. Transition Town Movements: Build local resilience and sustainability, including resource-efficient practices in various aspects of community life.

  10. Waste Reduction and Recycling Programs: Are dedicated to waste reduction, recycling education, and promoting a circular economy within the community.

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