Gaia Activist Program

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Chateaubelair, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines via
Contact
Person: 
Erica Virvo
Email: 
volunteer8 [at] richmondvale [dot] org
Phone: 
erica.virvo

How do we best protect St. Vincent and the Caribbean against Global Warming and Climate Change?

Duration: 6 months

Breakdown:
--St. Vincent- 6 months of intensive studies about sustainability, volunteering, organic farming, self-sufficiency the risks/effects of Global Warming in the Caribbean. Through research, creation and implementation of projects in nearby villages, promotion, and by example, you will work to prepare the people of the Caribbean for the dangers of Global Warming.

Starting dates: March 1, 2012 and September 1, 2012

Details
People: 
Our volunteers must be flexible, physically capable, community-minded, open to new ways of doing things and at least 18 years old. Our mission is to train people to be effective community service leaders in developing countries through study, practical application, and immersion focusing on the effects of climate change, sustainability, and fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with The Poor.
Commitment: 
6 months in the island of Saint Vincent in the Caribbean
Skills: 
None are needed. We believe that anyone with the will to help, can! Skills are not a prerequisite, we welcome good-hearted amateurs with open arms.
Type: 
Spend 6 months learning about sustainability, volunteering, organic farming, self-sufficiency the risks/effects of Global Warming in the Caribbean. Through research, creation and implementation of projects in nearby villages, promotion, and by example, you will work to prepare the people of the Caribbean for the dangers of Global Warming.
Date: 
2012-03-01 - 2012-09-01
Money: 
Affordable fees apply to cover food, accommodation and training.

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Chateaubelair, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines