Operation Wallacea organises biodiversity conservation research projects in 10 countries, including Madagascar, Peru and Indonesia. We work with over 150 academics and invite students to join our projects, either for the experience or to do dissertation research. Projects are either terrestrial or marine, ranging from studying elephants in South Africa to monitoring manatees in Cuba. Projects run over the summer and you can join from 2 to 8 weeks. Our website is www.opwall.com
To find out more come along to our presentation on Monday the 8th of November at 5 pm in the Board Room, Regent Street, University of Westminster.