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A Guide for Aspiring Changemakers

In a world where the need for positive change is more pressing than ever, many wonder how to transform their passion for social justice and environmental sustainability into a viable career. 

This is why we’re so excited to introduce our ‘Careers for Changemakers’: a comprehensive guide designed to unlock a world of diverse and impactful career opportunities for those eager to contribute to a more sustainable and just world.

One common misconception about careers that impact our planet for the better is that they are limited or exclusive to grassroots activists or those in significant positions of power. 

Our ‘Careers for Changemakers’ guide proves this couldn’t be further from the truth by showcasing the vast array of opportunities available to individuals from all backgrounds and professions.

Whether you’re an artist, a scientist, a technology expert, or someone who simply dreams of a better future, “Careers for Changemakers” demonstrates that there is ample space and need for your unique talents and passions in the pursuit of a sustainable, equitable world.


Who is this Guide For?

This guide is a treasure trove for anyone — whether you’re a scientist, an artist, a tech enthusiast, or simply a dreamer. 

If you’re passionate about creating a greener, fairer, and more sustainable world, this guide is for you. 

It’s designed to show that careers in change-making aren’t as limited as one might think. There’s room for every skill set and passion in the journey towards sustainability.


The Diverse World of Changemaking Careers

The guide is a curated list of over 200 professions across various fields, all dedicated to making our world a better place. 

These include:

  1. Careers in Climate: For those interested in addressing climate change through research, policy development, or advocacy.
  2. Careers in Sustainability: Focused on enhancing sustainability in different industries by considering environmental, social, and economic factors.
  3. Ecosystem and Environmental Careers: Dedicated to preserving and protecting our natural environment.
  4. Careers in Conservation: Aimed at maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem health.
  5. Careers in Renewable Resources: Concentrating on the development and management of renewable energy sources.
  6. Creative Careers: Leveraging creativity to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.
  7. Community-Based Sustainable Careers: Addressing social inequalities, human rights issues, and environmental concerns to foster a just and sustainable world.

More Than a Guide: A Gateway to a Sustainable Future

The “Careers for Changemakers” guide isn’t just a list of job titles. It’s a comprehensive resource that aligns your skills and passions with meaningful career paths. 

It emphasizes that sustainability is not only about saving the planet but also about preserving our way of life and ensuring inclusivity and prosperity for all.

Accessibility and Future Updates

The guide is easily accessible through the Leaving a Legacy app, which you can download today! 

The app not only provides access to the guide but also keeps you updated with features on various changemakers and their unique career paths, additional science-backed resources to help guide your sustainability journey, the ability to connect with a network of changemakers and inspiring content to help you foster climate resilience!


Your Journey as a Changemaker Starts Now

If you’re ready to embark on a fulfilling career journey that aligns with your values and aspirations for a better world, the “Careers for Changemakers” guide is your starting point. 

Download the app, explore the guide, and step into a world where your career contributes significantly to the planet and its people. Your journey as a changemaker starts now.

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When you download the Leaving a Legacy App, you get the latest sustainability news, advice from experts, and information on cool things to do like growing your own food and sustainable living workshops. And best of all, it makes regenerating biodiversity feel more like fun social networking with people who enjoy nature just as much as you do.