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China industry spotlight: Environmental Studies/Ecology

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China industry spotlight: Environmental Studies/Ecology

If you are interested in solving extremely complex problems, then environmental studies is the right area for you. The industry of environmental science and ecology deals with the areas of economics, law, politics, policy, ethics, pollution control, resource management and environmental sociology to name a few. Within this industry you can do a variety of tasks ranging from marketing to research to project management to getting your hands dirty planting gardens!

Chinese companies are looking for smart people to help them better understand international best practices in their goal to become more green. As an intern in China, you’ll be able to not only learn a lot about the environment but also assist the company with knowledge about global standards and achievements.

China is a terrific place to start a career in this field as the country is putting a lot of resources into improving the environment. Chinese citizens are becoming more aware of recycling and other things they can do to improve the environment but there is still a need for further awareness.

Getin2China can help you intern in ecology industry and learn more about China along the way with an internship in Beijing or an internship in Shanghai. Internships are the perfect opportunity to test different industries and company environments to learn about what type of career best suits you. 


  • Compile data
  • Analyze environment policy trends
  • Assist with environment conservation projects
  • Attend meetings or conferences
  • Assist in community events, such as community gardens
  • Maintenance operations
  • Researching global warming and changes
  • Identify environment hazards or species facing extinction


Experience and qualifications

To find an internship in the environmental studies industry in China, communication and interpersonal skills are required. Research, analysis and writing ability is also desired. A degree in environmental studies, science,  or communications is ideal but all are welcome to apply.

Ecology in China   Environmental Studies

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