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Register now for PLT Canada’s first-ever Green Jobs E-Summit!

March 18, 2020

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Today’s forest and conservation sector is an exciting field that involves science, community engagement, international and local commerce, Indigenous relations, solutions to climate change, and so much more. It is also a growing field and full of career opportunities for interested youth. The International Labour Organization even estimates that 60 million jobs could be created in this sector by 2030.

Join us on Monday, March 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET for PLT Canada’s first-ever Green Jobs E-Summit – bringing together youth and sector professionals from across Canada to explore careers in forestry and conservation.

REGISTER NOW!

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