If your tourists are thirsty for adventure and want to spend their vacation on a real expedition, and even for the benefit of the planet, an ecosociological organization will help organize this.Green Arctic“. This is not tourism, but a way to improve the world.
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Green Arctic travel options
Ecological and sociological expedition to Salemal village
Tentative dates are from June 20 to July 5, 2021.
The participants will be tasked with helping to clean up the unauthorized landfill and the territory of the village, conduct a sociological survey among local residents, and participate in the work of urbanists. Also in the program – participation in the preparation and conduct of lectures and master classes on ecology, urban studies and vocational guidance, and even the creation of media content. Green Arctic is waiting for 18 volunteers – men and women from 18 to 45 years old.
Ecological and sociological expedition to the village of Seyakha
The preliminary dates of the tour are from 1 to 15 August. Tourists will clean up the territory of the village, conduct opinion polls among residents, work with urbanists and help in the preparation and conduct of lectures and master classes on ecology, urban studies and vocational guidance. They will also be introduced to the creation of media content. Requirements for volunteers are similar to the conditions of the first expedition: 18 men and women from 18 to 45 years old are needed.
Ecological expedition to Vilkitsky Island
The preliminary dates of the tour are from July 15 to August 15. Volunteers will eliminate the consequences of economic activities, help workers in sorting, moving and loading the collected scrap metal, and scientists will help in taking samples of biological media. This time, 10 volunteers are expected – men from 20 to 45 years old with experience of participating in the expeditions of the “Green Arctic”.
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