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Raleigh International – Project Re:Green: Conservation, rewilding and environmental campaigning

Introducing Re:Green – A brand new programme by Raleigh International designed to increase the skills, knowledge, and capacity of young people to directly address the climate emergency. Re: Green will be taking place in remote areas of Western Scotland and will challenge young people to step out of their comfort zone whilst increasing their environmental knowledge and awareness in some of the most beautiful and secluded areas of the UK.

On Re:Green, volunteers will:

• Take direct action to protect vulnerable environments by working on conservation projects based in remote areas of the Western Highlands of Scotland. Raleigh International is part of the Alliance for Scotland’s Rainforest, fighting to save 30,000 hectares of rainforest and ancient woodland from environmental devastation. Activities could include removal of invasive species, vegetation management and wildlife and habitat monitoring.

• Be equipped with the skills and knowledge to address the climate emergency through environmental campaigning workshops. Volunteers will be trained in social and environmental activism and how to influence decision-makers to take action to drive the green recovery.

• Embark on an Adventure Leadership trek in remote and beautiful locations designed to challenge young people and build their leadership, resilience, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.

• Engage in a 6-month post-placement activity through our global campaign ‘Action not Excuses’ – where volunteers will be supported through virtual training sessions, and access to our global digital platform. There will be five ‘Action Challenge’ pathways to choose from: Create Green Jobs, Reverse Deforestation, Fight for Zero Waste

The first 100 applicants in 2021 will receive a 20% reduction on their fundraising targets!

Course date:
17/07/2021
Course location:
West Coast of Scotland
Course fee:
2 weeks: £1095, 4 weeks £1595 (20% reduction for the first 100 applicants!)