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Reduce plastic waste diving in Portugal

Company: Oyster Worldwide
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Portugal

Want to make a difference? Then join this eco-dive school in their mission to clean up the ocean around Lisbon, Portugal. You’ll take part in daily dives to help clear the reefs of fishing gear, debris and plastics in order to help the marine ecosystem to thrive. This is a great opportunity to improving the environment we live in as well as b

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Volunteer with Sea Turtles in Costa Rica

Company: Oyster Worldwide
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Costa Rica

Experience life in a tropical paradise.  You will be based on the Costa Rican coastline, where you’ll be working to help conserve adult and baby turtles. You will patrol the beach at night time to identify nesting mother turtles and help release hundreds of young turtles out to sea. You may also have the opportunity to be teaching childr

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Surf and Help Camp: Protect Ocean Wildlife in Ecuador + FREE Spanish Course

Company: NGO Taxi
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Ecuador

Volunteer with us and form part of Marine conservation efforts At NGO Taxi's Surf & Help Camp, you will work together with a local Marine Conservation Center and Government officials, supporting their efforts to rescue and rehabilitate injured marine wildlife, bring our amazing ocean reefs back to life and oversee local educational initiatives

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Environmental Conservation on the Galapagos Islands

Company: NGO Taxi
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Ecuador

Volunteer with us and help us protect some of the rarest and wildest species of flora and fauna in the world. Due to its remote location, the Galapagos does not have access to the same level of public care and social institutions that are available on the mainland. There is therefore a huge demand for social and community support.  This proj

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