||[Jan. 30th, 2010|08:59 pm]
Environment, Economy, & Equality in Development
hey there! having just had my head chewed off by a gold miner over in geology, I've decided to ask here instead:|
if I decide to go for an undergraduate geology major, how likely is it I could get a job in some way related to sustainable development? I've been in social sciences since I started school and I'm realizing I want a more hands on approach to things. is there anybody who'd like to talk about the relevence of geology to the green movement? I'm wondering if perhaps hydrology is the way to go. wiki informs me ecohydrology is a field but I have no idea if a general undergrad degree in geology would help me get there. I've had an interest in permaculture for years, severely lusted over the plant and soil science program and UMass, but can't afford to go to school outside my home state so my options are limited.