Forest planting volunteer camp

The help and the support of volunteers is very important for Greenpeace. In the near future we are planning to develop Greenpeace volunteer groups across Russia.

You are a kind, inquisitive and active person. You've got a lot of ideas about how to improve the environment. You like to communicate with people, and you have a great desire to create beauty. You are looking for a way to use your knowledge and talents…- It's high time to become Greenpeace volunteer.

Volunteers (french "volontaire"-a volunteer) are active people who give their time to help the Greenpeace organization in any way, without monetary compensation.

The work of Greenpeace would be impossible without volunteers; they are our main source of power and support. Their free work is an invaluable contribution to Greenpeace.

If you are living in Moscow or St. Petersburg, you can become a permanent member of our volunteer group. In other cities you can participate in Greenpeace activity through the internet.

  Main areas of volunteer activity:

- Ecological inspections (the exposure of illegal wood felling, illegal dumping of garbage, etc.)

- Participating in actions (planting trees, taking away garbage, harvesting acorns, etc.)

- Help in the office (gathering and systematization of information, translation of texts into foreign languages, help in postal delivery, project design, etc.)

- Gathering signatures for appeals to the authorities.

- Participating in informational and educational programs (conducting lessons in schools, organizing seminars, etc.)

You can find more detailed information about volunteer vacancies here.

For those types of activities where special skills are necessary, Greenpeace staff will conduct seminars.

The latest updates


Cooperation between Russia, Mongolia and China to save Lake Baikal

Feature story | 14 May, 2015 at 14:11

The Biodiversity Conservation Center (BCC) sent an urgent open letter to all prospective investors of the Shuren Hydro Plant in Mongolia, a project that seriously threatens Lake Baikal and the Selenga River, and will fail to get Mongolia the...

The Threat to Baikal Rises from Mongolia

Feature story | 13 February, 2015 at 16:09 1 comment

Today, people living in the basin of the Selenga river in Russia and Mongolia, together with a number of environmental NGOs, filed a petition at the World Bank Inspection Panel demanding that the feasibility studies of dangerous hydro-electric...

Gazprom’s Arctic rig had a narrow escape from the storm

Feature story | 21 November, 2014 at 12:01

Gazprom’s drilling rig GSP Saturn that was damaged in an Arctic storm returned to the port of Murmansk on November 19th. It had been stuck in the storm in the Pechora Sea for a week.

Gazprom’s Arctic rig stuck in storm

Feature story | 14 November, 2014 at 17:02 1 comment

The towing of Gazprom’s Arctic platform GSP Saturn, that was damaged in a storm on November 7, was interrupted due to severe weather. It is not clear when the platform will arrive in Murmansk and if the situation is safe.

Accident on Gazprom Neft drilling platform GSP Saturn in Arctic waters

Feature story | 12 November, 2014 at 13:37

According to several media reports, the Gazprom-Neft commissioned drilling rig GSP Saturn was damaged during a violent storm while being towed to Murmansk on Saturday November 8.

The absent Russians at the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples

Feature story | 23 September, 2014 at 13:37 2 comments

The UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples started in New York, but several delegates that had a lot to tell were absent. Five Russian participants were held up by police and federal security agents and forcefully prevented from taking their...

Gazprom’s Arctic achievements: a million barrels of oil produced, even more spilled

Feature story | 15 September, 2014 at 16:59 4 comments

Gazprom proceeds with its hazardous rush for offshore Arctic oil while failing to comply with Russian safety and environmental regulations, meanwhile its onland oil production remains a disaster for nature.

Dutch authorities continue Arctic Sunrise arbitration against Russia

Feature story | 2 September, 2014 at 17:57 1 comment

In response to news that the Dutch government has today submitted written arguments to the arbitral tribunal which is hearing the Arctic Sunrise case, Greenpeace International legal counsel Daniel Simons said:

Buckets, shovels and dozens of tons of oil

Feature story | 27 August, 2014 at 15:53 1 comment

The first time we go through the oil field I have the feeling of being in a movie. Chimneys gurgle flames and black smoke high into the sky, and mixed with the nauseating smell of burned rubber it all seems to belong in a surreal world.

Greenpeace demands that oil companies responsible for 200 spills in the North Russia...

Feature story | 26 August, 2014 at 17:44 1 comment

Greenpeace Oil Spill Patrol in the Russian Komi and Nenets regions found 204 spots of oil pollution including 20 fresh ones that occurred this year. The total polluted area is 130 hectares.

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