works with regional partners to develop robust frameworks for decision
making and actions to achieve sustainable development. They seek to
secure and enhance wildlife and geology through regional working.
has been home to a colony of woolly monkeys since 1964. The original
aim was to provide a stable setting in which woolly monkeys, rescued
from lives of isolation in zoos or as pets, could live as naturally as
possible. The Trust has evolved and is now campaigning to stop the
primate pet trade in the UK. They are able to offer sanctuary to a few
of the monkeys in Britain who desperately need a safe and socially
has 47 branches across the whole of the UK, the Isle of Man and
Alderney. They are the largest UK voluntary organisation dedicated to
conserving the full range of the UK’s habitats and species, whether
they be in the countryside, in cities or at sea. The organisation
envisages an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. Their mission
is to rebuild biodiversity and engage people with their environment.
Frontier job and career opportunities in the UK and
abroad Want to have the best time of your life while gaining academic
qualifications at the same time? Join a Frontier expedition and save
endangered wildlife and threatened ecosystems while gaining an A-level.
Learn to run expeditions and gain an AS-level. Teach English and get
TEFL trained. Whichever you choose, you'll be off the beaten track
having adventures beyond anything you've ever imagined! They have
projects in Africa, Asia, Fiji & the Pacific Isles, Indonesia,
South and Central America, and Nepal.