"It may well be that I am spending an afternoon in the stores comparing prices or at home retrieving data on the energy consumption of certain appliances."
"The development of a successful career in the environmental consulting industry in Canada is not a job--it is more of a lifestyle."
"With all the work that needs to be done, environmental sciences offers a cornucopia of careers."
"New technologies for the capture and storage of carbon in fossil fuels must be implemented on a fantastic scale."
"I have a very good time doing what I do."
"Infectious diseases are the world's leading cause of death, killing at least 17 million people every year."
"In these negotiations, it is sometimes difficult to mediate between the different interests and to create sympathy for the demands of a sensitive species."
"One of the main advantages of working for such a large organisation is sheer diversity of roles that scientists can move into following their initial entry."
"To work in a mountain rainforest means climbing up steep slopes and it means frequent rains--sometimes for hours; sometimes for days."
"These people have just done incredible things," says Keating. "They have so much experience ... it's a really great group of people."
"NERC are currently providing opportunities for postgraduate students and recent postdoctorates to identify and attend training courses in transcriptomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics."
"Everyday life also contains servicing of the existing software for the satellite receiving stations and other operational software."
"We are currently assisting the Highways Agency with all the environmental aspects of the proposed A1 motorway extension in West and North Yorkshire."
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