Blog : World Trends

Reflecting on Attachment

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 20th Jun 2018

In this post, WorkingAbroad Blogger Amy Katz reflects on the idea of attachment through her experiences in Luang Prabang, Laos.

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.

Carnival in Brazil

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 10th Apr 2018

In this post, WorkingAbroad Blogger Tess Morgan examines the origins of carnival in Brazil, and what to expect when visiting this world famous event.

Remote Sensing in Conservation

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 28th Mar 2018

In this post, WorkingAbroad Blogger Sean Feagan examines the potential of remote sensing technology in aiding conservation efforts around the world.

Help to make 2018 the last International Year of the Reef

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 13th Mar 2018

In this article, WorkingAbroad Blogger Sam Burt examines the importance of protecting the world's coral reefs.

Traveling while vegetarian: meat-free tips from our most popular project locations

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 28th Feb 2018

In her latest blog, Tess Morgan examines the options and considerations for maintaining a vegetarian diet whilst travelling abroad.

Australia’s Most Imperiled Species

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 27th Feb 2018

In this article, WorkingAbroad blogger Sean Feagan examines some of the most endangered endemic species of Australia.

Holding the Volunteering Sector Accountable

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 9th Feb 2018

An Article on Ethical Volunteering Abroad, and Why We Must Hold the Volunteering Sector Accountable

Responsible Tourism in Cambodia

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 8th Feb 2018

In this article, WorkingAbroad blogger Brenna Saunders examines the issues surrounding responsible tourism in Cambodia

21st Century Conservation: Drones in anti-poaching efforts

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 17th Jan 2018

In this article, WorkingAbroad blogger Sean Feagan examines the potential of drone technology to enhance conservation and anti-poaching efforts.