Forest Policy Analyst

A forestry forest policy analyst career could be for you if…
Your skills include reading comprehension, active listening, critical thinking.
Your interests can be described as investigative and enterprising.
Your values include recognition, independence and achievement.

Career Overview

As a forest policy analyst, you will be responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of current laws, policies, and legislation affecting the forest industry. You will work with lawmakers and government agencies to develop or change legislation, create awareness for industry causes, and raise funds. Most of your work will be done in an office environment, but this job includes extensive travel to meetings and events.

Other job titles include: climate advisor, climate analyst, climate and energy program associate, climate economist, environmental policy analyst, policy analyst, policy associate, policy research associate, regional science advisor.

Education and Training

Most of these occupations require graduate school.


National Average Annual Salary
$46,920.00 - $130,770.00
National Average Hourly Salary
$22.56 - $62.87
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