How Forests Save People
Description: Aims: - Raising public awareness of the importance of nature in our communities. - Working the issue of forests, its preservation and its impact on quality of life. - Disseminate preventive measures against the possibility of fires and other natural disasters, as well as the importance of preservation and protection of green areas, wildlife and ecosystems. - Contribute to the recovery of burned areas and infrastructures affected by fire.
Type of Work: - Cleaning of forests - Planting autochthonous trees - Recovery of infrastructure degraded and affected by fires - Preparation of awareness campaigns that will happen around the city centre of Braga - Awareness campaigns in the streets of Braga addressing the issues of Food waste, Zero Waste Lifestyle, How Forest Saves People and Soil and Water Conservation. - Debate about the theme: “How Forests save People” - Moments of reflection about the topic “Soil and Water Conservation” and its’ impact in our everyday life
Accommodation: Accommodation: SYnergia Guest House Address: Rua do Carmo, nr 61, 3rd floor, 4700-309, Braga We will have rooms of 4 or 6 people that will be occupied by people from different countries. It is necessary to bring bath towels. The place has bed sheets, wi-fi and kitchen.
Food: 4 meals (breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner) The meals will be served in our cultural space, TOCA. Address: Avenida Central, nr 27 to 33, 2nd floor, Centro Comercial Avenida. 4710-228 Braga.
Requirements: Young people between 18 and 30 years, who speak English and want to work. People that are interested in the forests preservation and environmental change as well as helping to bring awareness to this problematic. Youngsters full of energy and willing to do crafty and handy work and to step out of their comfort zone.
Approximate Location: SY Guest House, Rua do Carmo, nr 61, 4700-309, Braga
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