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Does aerospace industry have opportunities for environmental scientists?
Is it possible for environmental scientists to have job in aerospace industry (for example, in Boeing)? If yes, what are the requirements for that?
- MikeLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Yes, it's possible, I work in aerospace and frequently deal with environmental engineers and scientists. For example, environmental scientists helped develop environmental assessments for testing of the Joint Strike Fighter; see the link below. No major aerospace manufacturer or program can exist without complying with envrionmental laws.
Most of the environmental scientists I know are trained and degreed as civil or environmental engineers or in the natural sciences such as biology, chemistry and geology.
- 1 decade ago
Absolutely. In any big project from making a power plant to building a factory or in your case designing and making a new aircraft, Environmental Scientists play a huge role. Most of these projects have to have approvals from different agencies. as an example EIR (Environmental Impact Review) is a critical document in many projects and its development requires biologists, archeologist's, and many other scientists to work together.
I specifically know that Boeing and other Aircraft manufacturers have to have approvals on the level of emission that their air crafts are going to make before they can start producing them.
Hope this helps.
Good Luck !Source(s): Mechanical Eng Project Manager
- BombaLv 71 decade ago
Absolutely. There is currently so much trash floating around in orbit, some astro- environmental scientists will soon be employed for developing the black holes needed to be utilized for "Space-Fills". Early on they were thinking about just shooting it off to the Sun, but now they are afraid they might put it out.Source(s): Weiner Von Brown
- 1 decade ago
No, regular business doesn't care about that stuff. They only care if the government forces them to.