RESMYLE in France offers 2 opportunities of eco-volunteering focused on littering and greenhouse gases emissions


1 Waste A Day (1 Déchet Par Jour), in partnership with CDE Petra Patrimonia of RESMYLE, a french NGO based in Marseille intended to fight against pollution by waste in the streets or any public space by organising collection campaigns, but not only, offers 2 ecovolunteer opportunities.

The eco-volunteers will be hosted for 3 months in order to make a research and disseminate the link between littering and greenhouse gases emissions, favor exchanges and european cooperation on ecological transition and environmental preservation, develop and manage projects with partners & contribute to the activities of the association from 15 of April until 15 of July 2023. 

The volunteesr will gain some skils in the following fields:
- Research methods
- Technical skills in pollution and recycling
- Project management
- Partnership management

The ecomissions are open to young people between 18 and 30 years old, not in education, training or employment (NEETs). The working languages are English and French.

To find out more about this offer of ecomission, click here.

Registrations are open until 30th of March: You can register by filling in this form with code ECOVOLFR1PP/ECOVOLFR2PP

If you need more information, you can contact Marina BERHAULT, coordinator of the RESMYLE project in France via this email: 


The RESMYLE project - Rethinking employment and social inclusion of Mediterranean youth through sustainable development is funded by the European Union's ENI CBC MED programme.

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