Published 29 Aug 2007
Last modified 13 Apr 2011, 07:17 PM
The European Commission's Environment department is looking to identify high-quality candidates from the new EU Member States to work on a range of environmental issues at its Brussels headquarters.
These openings will be in a wide variety of areas — ranging, for example, from climate change and biodiversity, through chemicals and waste to biotechnology and
international relations — and for those with different levels of experience. More information is available at http://europa.eu/epso/temp-staff_en.htm.
Our climate is changing. Scientific evidence shows that the global average temperature is rising, and rainfall patterns are shifting. It also shows that glaciers, Arctic sea-ice and the Greenland ice ...