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Enviro Summer Student Written Interview (March 19, 2018).docx

Enviro Summer Student Written Interview (March 19, 2018).docx

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ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMER STUDENT Interview Information: Candidate: Natasha Chido Mutize Position: Environmental Technician Date: 22/03/2018 HR Interviewer: Pre-screen Questions: 1. Why did you go into environmental sciences? What do you like about it? What do you dislike about it? I enrolled into the environmental science because I was interested in conservation biology. Technology has dominated our environment today disconnecting people from nature and the land. With the need to feed into our modern needs including technology, natural resources have been exploited and major contemporary problems as climate change have emerged. This led me into studying environmental science in hopes of finding ways we can mitigate cumulative effects. I hope to grow in the environmental field by to exploring, synthesizing skills and directing conservation towards mitigating environmental reclamation solutions. Instead of dislike, environmental science has limitations. Some processes utilized to assess the environment can take a long time, taking away the urgency is some of he environmental issue brought forward by communities eg. EIA which takes approximately a year for the assessment to be deemed complete. Environmental science has become so integrative that its difficult to answer a question or respond to an issue without considering other disciplines. All these limitations not only complicate issues but shows how important and
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