well i am presently doing IT engineering but would very much like to change my career,if thats possible.could any1 suggest if it is possible?i will glad even if its possible to apply my engineering knowledge n still contribute to wildlife!

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Comment by Mark H. Charles on May 14, 2009 at 9:11am
I have a friend who is an environmental engineer (retired). He worked at an industrial company helping design equipment that prevented contamination from reaching water supplies.
Comment by Jeanine Silversmith on May 13, 2009 at 10:14pm
It's never, ever impossible to change careers! Especially when you're young! I sent you a message, but I'll say it again here for those reading: 1) Check out the careers section under Take Action; 2) volunteer and /or work in conservation in some way to learn more about what you can do. Good luck!

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