Item description for Green Volunteers: The World Guide to Voluntary Work in Nature Conservation - 6th Edition by Fabio Ausenda...
Green Volunteers lists over 200 projects worldwide for those who want to experience active conservation work as a volunteer. Projects are in a variety of habitats and countries, lasting from one week to one year or more. Projects involve volunteer work in wildlife rehabilitation centers, national parks, and protected areas, and general conservation work with a variety of animal species. The guide has 3 indexes set up by geographical area, animal species, and project cost, all to help prospective volunteers choose their favorite conservation project. Almost all the projects are open to anyone without previous conservation experience, and most projects do not have language requirements. Fabio Ausenda earned a master's degree in natural resources from Cornell University, has worked for international conservation organizations, and managed a European environmental organization specializing in sending volunteers to developing countries.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Apr 24, 2007
ISBN 8889060123 ISBN13 9788889060124
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More About Fabio Ausenda
Fabio Ausenda earned a master's degree in natural resources from Cornell University, has worked for international conservation organizations, and managed a European environmental organization specializing in sending volunteers to developing countries.
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Go green now... Jun 8, 2008
Over 200 projects and organizations that work with animals and the earth are detailed in the book. You will find a short description of the organization, a listing of the species involved, as well as practical information-requirements, costs, application procedures etc. The website address is also included so you can find the most current information for the organizations you are interested in. You will also find a couple of indexes in the back that will help you organize your list of 'to go on' by cost and location as well the species or groups. If you have been toying with volunteerism for a vacation alternative, this book will definitely fill you with ideas about where to go and who to help.