Generally speaking, regardless of the subject matter, most of the people who pursue theDoctor of Philosophy degree do so because they wish to conduct research for a career or teach at the university level, or do both. The same thus applies to those that obtain a PhD in environmental science; they are probably creating new scientific information relevant to the environment. Everyone that obtains such a degree is required to emphasize on a specific subject area, such as fisheries or sustainable agriculture, and typically works in that area once they graduate. As an example, you can look at the alumni page at UC Santa Cruz.
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