India

Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), is a non-profit conservation organisation, committed to urgent action that works towards the protection of India's wildlife. Its mission is to conserve nature, especially endangered species and threatened habitats, in partnership with communities and governments.

For further details please contact info@wti.org.in.


Elephant Family is a small but hugely ambitious charity. Since their launch in 2002, they’ve been busy. They’ve invested 3 million in securing and restoring vital corridors of land. They’ve supported local communities to reduce incidents of human-elephant conflict and improve the welfare of captive elephants. And they’ve worked hard to highlight the plight of the Asian elephant back home too, with UK-wide education programmes and publicity.

Please register your interest here and they'll keep you updated with the latest vacancies or contact elly@elephantfamily.org for detailed information


Wildlife First is a science driven conservation organization that has been focusing its effort, since 1995, to save endangered species and remnants of wildlife habitats in the Southern Indian State of Karnataka.

To find out about available volunteering positions please contact wildlifefirst@gmail.com.


The Applied Environmental Research Foundation (AERF) is a registered Non Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Pune, India. AERF works towards biodiversity conservation at the grass root level – in the field of community–based conservation. The Foundation develops natural resource management models that actively involve local communities in the cause of conservation. Applied Environmental Research Foundation’s mission is to demonstrate conservation on the ground through community participation and applied research.

They are regularly on the look-out for qualified, independent and committed individuals with good research acumen, aptitude to work in conservation and a flair for writing and developing new projects. If you think you can play an active role in their team, send them your updated resume and a short write-up on your thoughts on issues of conservation, biodiversity and development. Send your detailed resume along with a concept note to info@aerfindia.org.


At the Nature Conservation Foundation, the goal is to contribute to the knowledge and conservation of India’s unique wildlife heritage with innovative research and imaginative solutions. Their highly-qualified and motivated conservation scientists work in a range of wildlife habitats, from coral reefs and tropical rainforests to the high mountains of the Himalaya. Here, they strive to understand the survival needs of highly endangered species such as snow leopards and elephants as well as equally fascinating but lesser-known wildlife such as corals and spiders. Their research also addresses human resource-use and its impacts on wild species and ecosystems

Please write to ncf@ncf-india.org clearly describing your skills and experience and stating how you would like to contribute to our work.


Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) works towards advancing protection of the environment and conservation of biodiversity.

This page helps you to find information on internship.


WildCRU, now with over 50 researchers, has grown to be one of the largest and most productive conservation research institutes in the world.

Here you will find their current vacancies.


The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in New Delhi is a public interest research and advocacy organisation based in New Delhi. CSE researches into, lobbies for and communicates the urgency of development that is both sustainable and equitable.

If you are interested involunteering please register here.

 

 


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