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Russian Arctic National Park, Novaya Zemlya archipelago, welcomes volunteers ready to test themselves in these severe conditions of the North. Volunteers will be able to participate in repairation and construction activities across the National Park, help with the area cleaning. There will also be a chance to take part in ecological trails’ design projects, professional photo and video shooting, and many other activities. Volunteer are invited to join the permanent team of Russian Arctic National Park during three summer months of June-August; applications are accepted as far as a year in advance.
Volunteers arriving to the Kronotsky Reserve, Kamchatka Peninsula, are busy with numerous duties: ecology research, environment protection, general scientific research, and ecological education. Help the researchers to collect field data, participate in repairation and construction works, take photographs and shoot films about these protected territories, and so much more! Besides, you get to know how real Russia lives at its ultimate eastern frontier.
“The Arctic floating university” is an innovative educational project designed to help young scientists - explorers of the Arctic receive knowledge and skills in real life conditions of the northern seas. Research vessel “Professor Molchanov”, the only vessel in Europe that combines unique research laboratory and practical basis for preparation of specialist-scientists, becomes the floating university for the duration of the project. The project has been put into practice by joint efforts of the M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University (NArFU), Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring of Russia (Roshydromet) and Arkhangelsk branch of the Russian Geographical Society.
This is a great option to visit and experience the heart of Siberia, Lake Baikal. It’s your opportunity to invest in our common future, and unite our efforts to protect the fragile environment. Lake Baikal Volunteers construct a system of eco-trails around the deepest and oldest lake in the world to allow visitors to enjoy all the beauty of this place without making any harm to the nature.