Hello SCI family and welcome to our first Climate for Peace Newsletter with a special focus on Climate for Peace Camps.
Every last Friday of the month, not only will you receive green updates, but also volunteering opportunities towards developing climate awareness and solutions. Plus inspiring stories from around the SCI world. We hope that you find a workcamp that resonates with your heart and energizes you to take action! For more workcamp opportunities visit our workcamp database and check out our website. Peace for you and your loved ones this weekend.
Discover our amazing SCI workcamp quiz. Take our questionairre and discover what type of workcamp is ideal for you. Each question is designed so as to take you a step closer to the type of environment where you truly see yourself. There are numerous types of volunteering projects on offer. But by taking the quiz you could be one step closer to an amzing and unique experience. Read more here
Bicycle Recycle in Kosovo
In Kosovo in general, but especially in our community people are not aware of the significance and benefits of recycling, toward the environment, economy and health. We want to introduce recycling through reparation of the bikes that we are going to collect in several communities. We are also going to spread the idea to the people who will get them and those are the most vulnerable people in our communitiy. We think that that way of raising awareness and creativity can be done with recycling of the "trash" which is in our homes, city, schools and so on, and we hope that this project can serve as a pilot project for other projects to come.Read more here
Work with Sea Turtle Species
Four of the eight sea turtle species in Mexico (all of which are endangered) come to nest on the coasts of Chiapas. The beaches where the work camps take place are some of the 144 beaches in Mexico where the sea turtles come to nest, and they are also within the 22 beaches in Mexico where there is a high level of turtle nest looting. In an effort to rescue them, the sea turtle eggs as well as the recently born sea turtles, the sea turtle sanctuaries collect the eggs and rebury them in protected areas in order to keep them safe. Once they hatch, the sea turtles are recorded and set free under the projection of the sanctuary staff. The sanctuaries are open to the public and provide information about the sea turtles and the work that the conservation provides.Read more here
Mangkang Camp IV
Mangkang is a fisher and farmer village located in west Semarang. This project has become annually and continuously project organized by IIWC in answering the needs of preserving the coastal side of North Java Sea in Mangkang. About 1,1 km costal line in Mangkang area is now in danger due to the abrasion of the sea, cutting mangrove by local people and heavy force from the river flows. Before, many kinds of fish and shrimps are living there, but now since the condition of the mangrove forest is getting worse, it is quite difficult to find the species anymore.Read more here
Traditionally the Lakota people lived in harmony with each other, the four-legged and the earth. This lifestyle produced healthy, capable people with strong ties to their culture, nature and each other. Today the Lakota of Cheyenne River face many hardships. Perhaps most pressing among them are: poverty, inadequate housing, health problems, drinking water concerns and loss of culture.Read more here
Workcamps: All the colours of the rainbow
Participating in a work camp? Join the rainbow of diversity from around the world. Read more here
Video Tutorial: How to apply for a workcamp
Watch the brilliant video tutorial on what you have to do and the first step to take to apply. See here
Climate for Peace Toolkit
Read our Climate for Peace Toolkit and explore methods to become more sustainable. Read more here
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