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California Exchange Program 2020

Would you like to expand your horizons and volunteer overseas? Opportunities are now open in our California Conservation Corps Volunteer Exchange Program in 2020!
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Join ReefClean

ReefClean is a five-year marine debris clean-up and litter prevention program running in the Great Barrier Reef region from October 2018 to June 2023. Powered by Volunteers and Citizen Scientists, ReefClean has two key objectives: Reduce the volume of marine debris generated in or entering the Great Barrier Reef that may impact listed threatened and […]
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Conservation Volunteers Australia to coordinate national environmental volunteering response for bushfire recovery

On Monday 13th January the Australian Federal Government announced an initial $50 million investment in supporting the recovery of wildlife and habitats devastated in the current bushfire crisis. With $25 million assigned to an emergency intervention fund for immediate, critical wildlife and habitat survival interventions, a further $25 million has been made available to support wildlife […]
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How You Can Support Bushfire Recovery

Australia’s fires are consuming the world’s attention right now. In many areas across the country we are still in an emergency phase, whilst other areas are beginning to assess the loss and plan for recovery. Beyond the terrible human and community impacts, we already know that the environmental damage is enormous.
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Developing a sense of place for new migrants in Queensland and Tasmania

Muhammad moved to Australia in 2015, leaving behind his home country of Iran. It was a huge upheaval and meant leaving behind family, friends, a culture which he grew up in, and the familiar sights and sounds of home. In 2018, Australia’s population was 70% Australian-born, which means 30% are relatively new arrivals, some of […]
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Working in the Cumberland Plain with Western Sydney Airport

Today we’re announcing an exciting new partnership which focuses on enhancing, restoring and protecting local waterways and habitat. Partnering with Western Sydney Airport, Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) will be doing community engagement and activation work in Western Sydney to restore and protect vital habitat for Threatened Ecological Communities and species. CVA Greater Sydney Regional Coordinator […]
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