would a minor in environmental policy come in handy for civil engineering?
or is it a waste of time?
I live in Florida
- Born YesterdayLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
That depends in part on your location and/or
willingness to travel. Forestry and waste management
play a critical role in water resources.
Geology (and geo-phyto-morphology) are essential
elements, and can be critical in selected topography.
Architecture that blends with and compliments the
environment is a well established trend.
I have your update.
With little average elevation, and a predicted sea level
increase of about 1 meter in the next 5 decades, Florida's
aquifers will be threatened by salt water incursion unless
steps are taken to enhance fresh water penetration and
The spectrum of soil conditions will require a variety
of steps and remedies which are likely in planning stages
Environment and Ecology will shape Engineering strategy.