Ecotourism Manager – Part Time Contract

Overall Responsibilities This role will create the Conservancy’s ecotourism program for engaging ecotourists in immersive activities including building out our website and other marketing channels to raise the appreciation for the Sonoran Desert and natural open spaces. Responsibilities Include Establish an ecotourism program to provide visitors with immersive experiences Determine the best marketing channels to

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Sustainable and Ethical Ecotourism in the Canary Islands

Gain experience in marine conservation, hospitality and environmental education in beautiful Tenerife AND get career training from Conservation Careers! Gain experience in both hospitality and marine conservation on this volunteering program based in Spain’s Canary Islands. Your volunteer work in Tenerife will focus on environmental education aimed at some of the many international tourists who

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Organic Farming & Ecotourism Assistant

We have been farming organically at our farm which is right on the Rail Trail between Hamilton and Brantford for 17 years. We now focus on medicinal herbs, wildcrafting, planting and caring for trees, and ecotourism with a focus on wheelchair accessible units. This summer we will be restoring a wetland. We also: care for

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Sail to the Ecotourism Job of Your Dreams

Ecotourism is all about creating and promoting sustainable travel opportunities around the world. It’s about showing off the natural world and its amazing inhabitants. With the aim of fostering environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation! It helps to deliver real benefits for local communities and conservation. This is arguably one of the most important

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Ecotourism Internship

The goal of the eco-tourism internship is to assist in ensuring that members, guests and tourists are aware of vulnerability of our local ecosystems while enjoying outdoor activities in Southwest Florida. The eco-tourism intern will promote responsible activities in natural areas of Southwest Florida that conserve the environment by employing education and interpretation for all

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Ecotourism

Ecotourism has the potential to enable communities to benefit from the economic and social aspects of tourism while reducing impacts on the environment and wildlife.

This course takes a science framework and adds a business perspective in order to give those involved in green tourism the ecological background to inform their management decisions.

It builds on the experience of staff working worldwide in nature-based tourism and wildlife conservation to help develop sustainable livelihoods through the conservation of communities and natural resources.

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Ecotourism Internship

Ecotourism Internship is to assist in ensuring members, guests and tourists are aware of vulnerability of ecosystems while enjoying outdoor activities in southwest Florida. Ecotourism internship will promote responsible activities in natural areas of Southwest Florida that conserve the environment by employing education and interpretation for all guests. Residing in the Welcome Center, the “Eco-intern”

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Recruitment of a consultant to conduct a Training of a network of local birdwatchers and caretakers and developing a regional ecotourism strategy with a marketing component on key sites in West Africa

The Coastal Seabird Project (CSP) aims to ensure that priority sites are well-managed with thriving populations of coastal waterbirds, especially terns and gulls. It aims to achieve this through ensuring that land use is compatible with the conservation management of priority sites, that loss of breeding habitat is stemmed, and that direct mortality and disturbance

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Ecotourism Manager DSPA

Main responsibilities: Elaborate a tourism development plan for DSPA; Supervise the construction and maintenance of Eco Lodgesin and associated accommodation facilities; Creates and develops close and continuing relations with tour operators, tourisms and travel agencies, tourisms officials in the project area for the purpose of tourism for conservation; Capacity building of local community in regards to the

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Ecotourism, Sales & Marketing Coordinator

We are now seeking to fill the position of Ecotourism, Sales & Marketing Coordinator to further develop and promote awareness of our ecotourism projects. The elephants are our biggest focus, but we need someone with sales and marketing skills to bring awareness to their plight and also profile the work we are doing to an

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Ecotourism development and bonobo conservation expert

The Role: Oversee all project activities related to the conservation of bonobos and the development of ecotourism in the territory of Bolobo (Province of Mai Ndombé). This includes, among other things, working with the local communities, especially women, in the development of ecotourism activities, the supervision of a team of villagers (trackers) responsible for the

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Ecotourism development and bonobo conservation Expert

Location: Malebo, Mai Ndombe Province in Democratic of Republic of Congo. Duration of the assignment: 1 year subject to successful probation renewable subsequently The Role: Oversee all project activities related to the conservation of bonobos and the development of ecotourism in the territory of Bolobo (Province of Mai Ndombé). This includes, among other things, working with the local

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Finance and Administration Assistant, Lake Natron Ecotourism Project

BirdLife International is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and experienced individual for the position of Finance and Administration Assistant, BirdLife International. The main responsibility of the individual will be to provide finance and administrative support (accounting, bookkeeping, office support) for the effective and efficient implementation of the Lake Natron Ecotourism Project. Specifically the individual will

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Partner for Ecotourism Project

The Nhamacoa is situated about 40 kms from the town of Chimoio and airport and a 2 hour drive to the Zimbabwe border and town of Mutare. Although small, the forest is full of the endangered Samango monkeys, as well as Vervets, bush babies and other animals. It’s good for birding, reptile safaris, lepidopterists, botanists

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Ecotourism Project Manager

ELIE’s main aim is to care for the captive elephant population in Cambodia and support the communities that work with them. We run a number of projects such as forest conservation, a land titling project, veterinary care and research projects, community health care and school support scheme all based around the goal to support the

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Kenya Wildlife Conservation & Ecotourism Volunteer

Life Net Nature seeks 6-8 volunteers to assist with wildlife monitoring and community-based conservation in Kenya. Volunteers work on the Siria Plateau over-looking the world famous Masai Mara. Volunteers assist Maasai conservationists and Life Net researchers, Dr. Dusti Becker and Bridget Gies on a unique effort to sustain Maasai culture, preserve grasslands and forests, and protect

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Working in the Ecotourism Industry

Ecotourism is a fast growing branch of the tourism industry. It focuses on showing people the natural world and its wildlife. It has also been acclaimed as the best solution for attaining the often conflicting goals of conserving our planet´s habitats and creatures, and improving people´s quality of life through economic development of a region.

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Safari Guide Training in Africa

Immerse yourself into Africa’s wilderness and let nature do the teaching! This course is suitable for anyone who wants to observe animals up close and personal and understand their habitat. Within 28 days, you are taught the basics of African nature not only in theory but also in practice – either in South Africa, Botswana

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Safari Guide Training in Africa

Immerse yourself into Africa’s wilderness and let nature do the teaching! This course is suitable for anyone who wants to observe animals up close and personal and understand their habitat. Within 28 days, you are taught the basics of African nature not only in theory but also in practice – either in South Africa, Botswana

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Volunteering, Internships and Training Courses – Mammal Research Team

Understanding the diversity, distribution, population dynamics, and optimal conservation strategies for forest-dwelling mammals in Amazonian Peru Mammal Team Objectives The Mammal Research Team, headquartered in the city of Puerto Maldonado, is tasked with developing baseline datasets on the diversity and abundance of 45 species of non-volant mammals at numerous field sites across the Madre de Dios region of Amazonian Peru, and to

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