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Environmental Lobbyists

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Most environmental lobbyists work for not-for-profit organizations, and they often have limited staff and even more limited budgets. Due to these limitations, environmental lobbyists usually combine highly professional skills, such as scientific or legal expertise, with clerical capabilities. In other words, environmental lobbyists must be willing to stuff envelopes as well as meet with senators.

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