So I'm loving studying Sustainable Development at university, yet I don't know the best path to take in order to educate people about the benefits of sweet tropical fruits and baby greens for the health of humans, the environment and all the other animals that share planet Earth with us.
Perhaps now I’m just not far along enough to know what line of work I should get into; nonetheless it is frustrating to not have a clear direction to focus on. I will ask one of my lecturers but I wanted to have an idea first, and so I thought I would see if anyone has an idea for me here as you all already know that 80/10/10 is a winfinity concept.
A few career ideas that I have considered are working in the government to push for more education about the benefits of eating more fruit so people can make informed decisions, working for a vegan NGO or maybe a think tank. It seems the biggest societal developments tend to percolate from the bottom up so I imagine I would be better off joining a more grassroots approach? What is the most effective way to show people the sustainable benefits of this lifestyle and enact change?
'What is the most effective way to show people the sustainable benefits of this lifestyle and enact change?'
-Live it, experience it then show people how it's done! Buy some land, plant some trees then others will follow.
Stay away from the gov, they screw up everything they touch.. systems don't change, they collapse..
Bioneers has examples of people doing great and amazing things in every field to help the world socially and environmentally. It's a huge website, have fun exploring! :) I'm sure whatever you do, it'll be great! :)
I dont know, with Sustainable Development you can give advide to Companys how to trade Sustainable and how to grow fruits without harming nature and people who harvest them.
Working for a vegan NGO may be a honourful work, i just dont know if it is paid or you made it than voluntarily.
To advide oeple about nutrition you should study Nutrional Science.
Where I live we have Study "Organic Agriculture", you learn there also about Permaculture and have to work while you study on farms.