As we approach the end of the decade, the fledgling environmental industry has become an essential source of jobs globally. By looking at newest tendencies of the green energy industry, we might project what job opportunities will emerge in 2017 and onwards. The renewable energy industry provided nearly 10 million jobs globally in 2016 and is likely to exceed 10 million. A closer look at that the breakdown of the renewable energy industry shows we may expect better part of the development to manifest in wind and renewable energy generation. Even though newest political developments in the U.S. might stall the development of the renewable energy sector in america, the U.S. represent less than ten percent of the worldwide renewable energy market.
This probably implies that governmental hangups may have small impact on the worldwide trends in renewable energy jobs creation. Protection of U.S. land and natural sources continues to be on high priority. The trump government has proposed nearly $1 billion in financing for the U.S. Geological Survey at 2018 with emphasis on science systems and research methods, ecosystems investigation and recovery, water resource management, and property resource management. If congress follows the principles laid out in this spending budget proposal, the U.S.G.S. alone could supply thousands of projects in resource management by the end of 2017 and in 2018. As the world population surpasses 7.5 billion, urban centers are growing rapidly. Top universities are offering state-of that the art programs in the field of modern urban planning to deal with the rapidly increasing need for urban planners. Conferences on the subject of urban planning continue to shed light on the diverse skill set needed to deal with that the needs of urban populations in that the next few years, including big data and an advanced energy industry.