An environmental scientist uses a lot of math, but this profession also requires knowledge of biology and climate. An environmental economist is another profession that uses a lot of math and involves the environment, but again a knowledge of economics is required. An ecologist is another possibility because they study organisms, their environments and the underlying mathematical dynamics of these relationships. Ideally an environmental mathematician is the career for you. Check out this link to see what that entails:
Environmental economists also use a lot of math, mostly statistics though. They are responsible to analyzing the costs and benefits, among other things, of environmental policies, programs, etc… They might be charged to calculating the value of natural resources like clean air, an animal species, etc…
Accountants in an environmental consultating firm will also deal with a lot of math, usually to calculate the finances of the company.
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