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Does anyone have information on where I can suggest students to write for information on environmental health careers such as industrial hygiene and nuclear health physicist.



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Try calling the Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and possibly the Public Health Service for career information booklets. I think Greenpeace publishes a list of environmental careers and schools with good programs. Maybe it is in your library.

Look for this book in your library too:

Earth Work: Resource Guide to Nationwide Green Jobs, by Joan Moody and Richard Wizansky, eds., Harper, 1994

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