DREAMS NEVER DIE
I am Jannatin Naim from Pabna, Bangladesh. I am the youngest daughter of my parents. My father is a retired government employee and my mother is a simple housewife.
As I was a student of science background, my parents always want me to be an engineer. But from the beginning, I was a nature lover and wanted to study geography. My dream was to make the world a better place. I believe that change can bring about a new attitude, a new lease on life. Changes are a sign that progress is being made both internally and externally, in most cases. The most basic thing that all philosophers observed was a change in some respect. There are people who really do efforts to make the world a better place, but they often face the problem of livelihood.
Actually, the problem is we all never give a second thought to the solutions, we just concentrate on the problems and just waste our energy on debating the problems, but in reality, the world needs people who are willing to find solutions and to take a step toward the solution.
In this article, I am discussing how my dream profession may bring change in this world because you can only help when you had enough to survive. If you want to help and don’t find a way of helping the world, then you should start with your job. Considering this, after high school, I applied and got accepted to a public university in environmental engineering.
In my free time, I often think about the pollution of the environment. The people who are polluting the environment doesn’t know what they are bringing to the next generation and to this world. If this continues, one day the earth’s condition will be critical.
So after completing my graduation in environmental engineering, I started looking for jobs. Then one day I found my dream job. It was a LEED-Accredited Design Professional (Female senior architect) job. LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the gold standard for environmental engineering and building. I immediately accepted the job offer.
Now I am successfully minimizing and managing various sources of waste pollution to guard air, water, soil, and living things from harm. I am accomplishing my goals by working in areas such as waste or wastewater treatment, site remediation, or pollution control. I often write environmental investigation reports detailing findings and serve as liaisons between the companies I work for and federal, state, and local environmental agencies. I gather data from a natural environment, analyze it, and make a recommendation regarding how to implement a beneficial change. Again I rely on this type of data, utilize it, along with the environmental science knowledge, to create a solution for a change that is needed. Relying on data, I make recommendations for actions, such as cleanup, reclamation, and waste management solutions that will help to solve current issues and prevent similar ones from happening again in the future.
Depending on the issue at hand, I might be tasked with designing projects, such as creating a new waste disposal project, a new air pollution monitoring system, or a new infrastructure to minimize human impact on a space. Inspecting and monitoring sites to determine how I comply with environmental regulations is an important core task. I utilize mathematical calculations and computer modeling to assess and forecast environmental issues of the past, present, or future. I use the principles of engineering, soil science, biology, and chemistry to develop solutions to environmental problems. I work to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control. I also address global issues, such as unsafe drinking water, climate change, and environmental sustainability. I tackle a variety of issues, and my concerns include pollution control, recycling, and public health issues. And now I am living my dream. I believe that one day I can bring change in this world and can make the world a better place.
There are so many people thinking about how to change the world, but a handful of them show enough courage to do what they want. In this article, I have discussed professions that can provide anyone with livelihood as well as help in a changing world. The world is such a beautiful place to live, but there are people who are hell-bent on destroying its beauty.
If you really want to bring change, then start with your own self, your home, and your family because you can’t motivate others to change if you are unable to change yourself. So, to change the world, start with yourself and then move on to your profession, but all in all, make efforts because what this world needs is some genuine efforts.