Where to go? To the Zabaikalsky National Park (the Republic of Buryatia).
Where to go? From June 10th till August 26th, 2021. One volunteer shift lasts 7-14 days.
What do our volunteers do? A volunteer of our program is a person who knows the rules of responsible waste management and has environmental habits. In the national park, this person communicates with visitors, explains to them why they need to carry out waste, how to sort waste during their stay in the natural area and where to turn it over for recycling. Volunteers work in shifts at five recycling points in the national park in groups of 2-3 people.
What do we provide? Volunteers are provided with accommodation in the national park, food, uniform and a short training course from the program partner, namely, the Clean Buryatia (Chistaya Buryatia) eco-club! It is possible to take this course both in person in the city of Ulan-Ude and online. The course specialists will help volunteers understand the topic of separate waste collection in natural areas and prepare volunteers for summer work.
What is required from you?
- volunteers of our program must be over 18 years old, show a keen interest in the topics of sustainable development and separate waste collection and strive for learning something new;
- you must have a certificate of vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis;
- volunteers cover all travel costs.
To be enrolled for the training course and become a volunteer of the Trash Free National Parks project, you need to contact Leyla Khakhuraeva, coordinator of the Clean Buryatia Eco-club, member of the Decide TOGETHER (Reshaem VMESTE) Scientific environmental community, public environmental inspector of the Buryat Service for Supervision of Natural Resources (Burprirodnadzor).
Phone number: 89240134475; e-mail: email@example.com.
We look forward to your applications and hope to see you this summer at Lake Baikal!