Green Career Resources

Careers in sustainability are now firmly planted in the mainstream.  The Greener Careers collection is chock-full of resources and tools to help you navigate this exciting sector. To see the latest in job listings, be sure to check out GreenBiz.com's green job board.

A White House veteran heads to Silicon Valley, an energy giant makes a big promotion and the CSO of a major utility heads to the startup world.
As Apple and Amazon bolster their sustainability staffs, Google quietly has hired away America's first federal sustainability officer.
She helped Mattel win the respect of Greenpeace. Now the policy expert is zeroing in on the complex high-tech supply chain.
You don't need a multimillion-dollar budget or an environmental activist as a CEO to catalyze change for the better at your company.
The former Greenpeace organizer and co-founder of Sungevity will become the new head of California clean tech fund CalCEF.
Richard Gillies, a sustainability veteran from the U.K.'s Marks & Spencer and Kingfisher, reveals what he's learned about pitching the C Suite and common CSR pitfalls.
Facebook and Google already know that information workers want freedom to roam outdoors. Preserving public lands is good for business.
The key to negotiating a salary in the sustainability field is a lot like negotiating a salary anywhere: Know your worth.
Critics like to portray environmental regulation as a job killer, but the restoration economy provides more jobs than mining, logging, or steel production.
A look at the links between the environment and employment — and why that relationship could get much messier in a climate-constrained world.