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Planet Volunteer is an online resource for posting volunteer and participation opportunities in environment, sustainability, conservation and green living in Canada and beyond. Job Board is an online resource for posting volunteer and job opportunities in the area of sea turtle research and conservation.

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regional conservaton organisations
There are many sea turtle conservation groups that work in the Eastern Caribbean. Below is a selection. For contact details of groups in the Wider Caribbean, see the WIDECAST website.

The Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST) is an expert network of biologists, managers, community leaders and educators in more than 40 nations and territories and is committed to an integrated, regional capacity that ensures the recovery and sustainable management of depleted sea turtle populations.

Nature Seekers is a non-profit community based organization established in 1990 for the protection and conservation of the critically endangered Leatherback Turtles in Matura on the east coast of Trinidad.

Save Our Sea Turtles Tobago (SOS Tobago) is a small, volunteer based organization formed in 2000 with an ambitious mission to conserve Tobago’s sea turtle population and their coastal and marine habitat through research, education and eco-tourism.

Ocean Spirits Inc. in Grenada, West Indies is a non profit company dedicated to education and the monitoring, conservation and protection of Grenada’s marine environment and marine life.

Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire (STCB) is a non-governmental research and conservation organization that has been protecting sea turtles since 1991. The small Caribbean island of Bonaire is their headquarters and home to three of the world’s six endangered or critically endangered species of marine turtles: the hawksbill, green, and loggerhead turtle.

St. Eustatius National Parks (STENAPA) were created in 1996 and protect numerous endangered or critically endangered species through active research and monitoring programmes, including three species of sea turtles, the Antillean Iguana, Red Bellied Racer Snake, orchids, cacti and the endemic vine ‘Statia Morning Glory’.

The Nevis Turtle Group (NTG) is dedicated to the development of a Sea Turtle Conservation Program for Nevis that involves local communities, and ensures that sea turtles will be there for the use of present and future generations.

The St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network (SKSTMN) is a community based non profit organization founded in January 2003 which monitors nesting sea turtle populations and acts as an advocate for the strengthening of sea turtle protection laws in St. Kitts.
general resources is a global sea turtle network dedicated to organizing the world's sea turtle information and making it universally accessible and useful.

The Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES) is the leading institution for environmental and marine studies in Barbados. A department of the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus, CERMES promotes and facilitates sustainable development in the Caribbean and beyond by providing advisory and consulting services related to environmental issues services to governments, NGOs and the private sector.

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species provides taxonomic, conservation status and distribution information on animal and plant species that are facing a high risk of global extinction.

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is a charity that champions the need for marine wildlife protection, sustainable fisheries and clean seas and beaches in the United Kingdom and abroad.

The Marine Turtle Specialist Group (MTSG) was founded in 1966 in response to a growing recognition of the endangered status of marine turtles. It is responsible for providing information on the seven species of marine turtle and is regarded as the global authority on marine turtles.

The State of The World's Sea Turtles (SWOT) is a partnership among Conservation International (CI), the IUCN Marine Turtle Specialist Group (MTSG), Duke University’s OBIS-SEAMAP, and an international team of scientists and conservationists that seeks to create a permanent global network of specialists working to accelerate the conservation of sea turtles and their habitats.

The World Wildlife Fund is the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species. This group is committed to reversing the degradation of our planet's natural environment and to building a future in which human needs are met in harmony with nature.

The St. Christopher National Trust (SCNT) is a national, non-governmental, voluntary organisation established in 2009 by an Act of the St. Christopher National Assembly to preserve and promote the natural, historical, ecological and cultural heritage of the island of St. Christopher (St. Kitts).
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