If you have ever had the issue that you don’t get enough volunteers and that the volunteers you DO get are either not passionate enough, engaged enough, or don’t return to volunteer with you again, read on for how you can turn your current and future volunteers into Volunteer Champions.
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How Many UNESCO Ecotourism sites, mainly Wildlife or Marine Sanctuaries, Parks, and Reserves, Have Detailed Ecotourism Volunteer Plans?
54% Of All Sites
Manage your success! Without a Master Plan to manage Ecotourism growth and impact, your organization, environment, and society suffer from huge overtourism.
Our detailed volunteer plans make sure that you set yourself, your staff, and your society up for success by helping you find, recruit, and manage volunteers that provide you the key support you need. Both locally and globally. Our step-by-step guides make sure that your economy and environment grow healthily together.
By How Much Does Ecotourism Site Damage Decrease When Visitors Are Clearly Educated On What They Can And Cannot Do?
A 76% Decrease
Education creates empathy! Without proper guides and policies on how visitors behave, major damage occurs, from social conflicts to ecological destruction, and more.
As managers of Government Projects, Non-Profits Organizations, and Tourism Businesses, we know the challenge of applying behavioural codes. Our plans include fully detailed codes and policies, both as written manuals and visual aids for posters and signs, making sure that people from all parts of the world understand the policies in place.
By How Much Less Damage Do Ecotourism Sites Experience When Proper Volunteers Are Present, In Good Numbers, On-Site?
A 68% Decrease
Setup supporting structures! As an NGO or Government Agency, having the right people on-site in the right numbers is the best way to create fast and reliable feedback loops to site managers for immediate action to issues that arise.
Our experience with managing numerous volunteer and project teams has taught us well. The Master Plan, through measuring the carrying capacity of each site, describes in detail the numbers and roles of the specific volunteers needed to create the most optimal feedback loops.
How Much Of An Ecotourism Site’s Revenue Must Be Retained By Site Staff To Ensure Ongoing Site Improvements And Maintenance?
Elevate their enthusiasm! Most revenue goes back to general government funding, causing lower site quality and much lower volunteer and staff enthusiasm for environmental protection.
Our plan details how to make and keep more revenue from the site, what fee structures to have for tourists and locals, what site maintenance priorities to focus revenue on, what Fines to issue for rule-breaking, and how volunteers can play a key role in making all of this possible.