Carbon Salary Survey 2010

Carbon Salary Survey 2010

Take part in the second annual Carbon Salary Survey


Acre have partnered with the specialist consultancy Acona to release the 2010 Carbon Salary Survey.  Now in it's second year, the survey aims to plot the developing climate change and carbon job markets including;  job functions, salaries and job satisfaction levels amongst other key indices.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010 - 10:30am

CONTENT: Press Release

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) September 21, 2010 - The Climate Change and carbon markets are vast and fast moving sectors involving a wide range of professionals and organizations.  The Carbon Salary Survey aims to plot these developing job markets including; job functions, salaries and job satisfaction levels amongst other key indices.  This year the survey seeks to reach an higher number and of participants to provide even more in depth understanding for all professionals and organizations working in these fields.

The survey targets people working in a job or for an organization focusing on the following areas:

•    Renewable Energy and Clean Technology
•    CDM/JI
•    VER
•    Carbon Finance/brokering
•    Carbon/Climate Change Law, Policy or Regulation
•    Climate Change strategy
•    Energy Management and Efficiency
•    Carbon Management
•    Sustainability

The online questionnaire takes about 10 minutes to complete and all data will be held and collected in complete confidence.

By participating in the survey, individuals will help map this growing space and provide valuable insight on the industry they work within.  All participants will be first to receive a copy of the results and will be invited to attend the exclusive launch event for the final report.

The survey will close on Friday 15th October at 5pm and results will be published at the end of November.

To find out more and complete the survey visit

This research is being conducted by specialist recruitment consultancy Acre and consultancy Acona with support from Point Carbon, Carbon Finance, Carbon Positive and CSE.

If you have any questions about the survey please contact



Bethany Cox
+44 203170ext. 8030
Acre Resources