Climate Change
Aquatic  Enviroment
Data Scientist
surrounding of the earth 
Sea level
ice melting
Meteorological
Mathematician
Atmposhere
Greenhouse effect
Engineering 
Increase in frequency and
intensity of extreme weather
events
Changes in sea surface
temperature, wind regime,
water runoff, ice melt, or marine
currents
Rising temperature, high
atmospheric CO2
concentration
Use existing climate data to create mathematical models of what will happen to ocean and land temperatures in the next 50 years.
Create graphics and presentations to educate the public about climate change and its impacts
Biochemical
Electrical & Renewable Energy Engineer
Geophysical 
Electrical Enginner
Energy auditors
Create topographical maps to show how the coastline has changed over time.
Discover new ways to extract oil from rocks—needed for transportation, food, fabrics, plastics, and more.
Analyze the energy usage in a production line, and recommend changes to boost efficiency and save money.
Recommend the installation of the most efficient lamps and electrical ballasts available in an office building.
Help refineries reduce their toxic gas emissions, which contribute to acid rain and global warming.
Design a network of hydrogen fueling stations so that users can fill up with hydrogen just like gasoline.
Help create environmentally responsible water usage regulations for communities along a major river.
Predict whether snow pack levels on a mountain range will cause flooding in the spring.
  • Science environmental : Collect, synthesize, analyze, manage, and report environmental data, such as pollution emission measurements, atmospheric monitoring measurements, meteorological and mineralogical information, and soil or water samples.