In April Estonian team went for the short-term ESC volunteering project "ECO citizen" in Tenerife.
The EcoCitizen project was an unparalleled opportunity to engage deeply with environmental conservation from multiple angles. Our journey began with a comprehensive study of Wales' marine life, focusing on dolphins and their habitats, which was both enlightening and inspiring. Our commitment extended beyond research; we actively contributed to animal welfare on a local farm and took significant steps to combat pollution by cleaning a nearby beach.
Photos done by Vivian Ränkel and Hannah
The end of our project was putting together and presenting an educational show about pollution for kids at a nearby school and at an eco-festival. It wasn't just about telling them pollution is bad; we wanted to inspire them to make a difference and take care of our planet.
The EcoCitizen project showed how committed our team is to helping the environment. We learned a lot, took action, and spoke up for what we believe in. It left us feeling proud of what we achieved and optimistic about the future of our world.