The 1992 Rio Earth Summit, Section 3c stated that host countries should undertake base line biodiversity inventories to ascertain what areas need protection. If a signatory is unable to do this survey they can request assistance from international aid agencies. Greenforce is one of these agencies.
Greenforce offers long term commitment to at risk regions to establish and implement sustainable communities. In addition our training programs offer Volunteer Research Assistants the opportunity to work alongside scientists to make a real difference and also develop their careers in conservation.
"I belive it is key that my team and I visit each program and then place our own staff and partners in contact with the local communities. So we can work with and alongside the community to empower them to create their own future, how they want it, in the modern world.
As part of the wider Gapforce family we now offer you amazing opportunites around the world. Our programs provide you with the opportunity to help at risk communities and for you to truly become a global citizen."
Marcus R. Watts - Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Founder of Greenforce.
UK Student Youth Volunteer Award
UK Green Achiever Award