Whether you consider yourself a tree hugger, planet saver or just someone who cares about the environment, a wonderful way to keep the earth healthy and green is to give back and volunteer. There are different campaigns our team thinks that need attention, so we have created this quick list of potential environmental volunteer opportunities. Get ready to hike up your sleeves, get your hands dirty and lend a helping hand to Mother Nature.


Different people give different reasons for wanting to get involved in environmental volunteering. For some the desire to help the causes they believe in or feel passionate about is the main reason. Others do it because they would like more excitement and adventure in their lives. For others it is a good way of gaining valuable work experience to help them get a full-time job when they return home. Your contribution as an environmental volunteer could help ensure the long-term survival of our neighbourhood and also revive the much polluted air which is each individual’s birth right. Your participation as an environmental volunteer can also make an indirect impact. Here are a range of benefits to consider.

  • You will learn new and useful skills
  • You will gain practical experience in the field
  • You will have the opportunity to develop leadership and teamwork skills
  • You have the opportunity to explore a career, or develop a career by finding a volunteer position in your field of study
  • Volunteer work experience will impress future employers. Your CV will demonstrate that you are flexible and committed to a cause or belief
  • You will get a chance to do things you would never do in a regular job
  • You will feel personal satisfaction from helping others achieve their objectives
  • Volunteering will keep you fit and improve your overall health
  • You will make new friends and meet other likeminded individuals
  • You will have the opportunity to learn a new language or improve your current language skills
  • You could experience unspoilt nature and see great wildlife spectacles
  • Volunteering for the environment increases the emotional bond between us and nature
  • Volunteering encourages personal development

It’s always a great time to get involved with nature. Choose the path that’s right for you. Here  is a road map for volunteers who want to develop skills, gain experience or simply help out with eco-friendly projects