Blog : Environment & Wildlife

Eco-anxiety: A universal problem

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 15th Oct 2018

In this article, Elle Cote examines the phenomenon of eco-anxiety relating to the world's environmental issues and how we can work to overcome it.

The Clueless Conservationist in Namibia

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 1st Oct 2018

DAY 14: After two weeks as an intern, Jaz Henry takes us through the entire process of his first dissection of a Dwarf Sperm Whale.

The Clueless Conservationist in Namibia

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 21st Sep 2018

DAY 7: After one week on the project, Jaz Henry reflects on what he's learned and assist with the identification of dolphins.

The Clueless Conservationist in Namibia

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 10th Sep 2018

DAY 5: Read about Jaz Henry's fifth day as an intern on the Dolphin Research project in Namibia, where you get to hear about all sides of conservation work - good and bad.

Landslides Around the World: Causes and Solutions

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 6th Sep 2018

In this article, Brenna Saunders examines the reasons behind the increasing frequency of landslides and other environmental disasters around the world, and how we can work to mitigate them.

The Clueless Conservationist in Namibia

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 29th Aug 2018

DAY 2: Read about Jaz Henry's second day as an intern on the Dolphin Research project in Namibia and get his take on why he thinks the project is so important to support.

Fully Immersed in an Authentic Rain Forest Experience

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 13th Jul 2018

Brian Peters tells about his rainforest experience volunteering with Fungi research at our Amazon Basin Research & Conservation project in Peru

What I learned from Volunteering in the Seychelles

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 27th Jun 2018

Caitlin Schindler tells about what she's taking home from her time volunteering on the remote Cousin Island in the Seychelles

South Korea: A Land of Unparalleled Beauty

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 14th May 2018

In this post, WorkingAbroad Blogger Brenna Saunders explores the natural beauty of South Korea, combining her personal experiences with research on natural attractions in the country.

3D Printing: Breaking the Mould of Conservation?

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 3rd May 2018

In this post, WorkingAbroad Blogger Sam Burt examines the potential uses of 3D printing technology in wildlife conservation.