CINDESUS volunteering was born as a need for graduates of environmental careers to provide an altruistic service in favor of the recovery of natural systems, as well as to generate necessary skills for their professional life, CINDESUS offers them the space to manage events and it provides them with the technological, logistical and academic tools to achieve their goals.
Therefore, CINDESUS creates the following lines of action for its volunteers.
Lines of investigation:
Water and sustainable development.
Soil and sustainable development.
Biodiversity and recovery of ecosystems.
Planning and environmental management.
Business management and green business.
Modeling of complex systems.
Sociology of sustainable development.
Air quality and climate change.
Support for ecosystem recovery activities
Basin cleaning and care
Natural resource management projects
Sowing and planting of flora in danger of extinction
Ecological complementation of cities
Education in sustainable development theory
TDS education lines:
TDS education for children and youth
Education in TDS for higher education
TDS education for companies
In-depth courses or continuing education.
Independent volunteer activities
All other activities that volunteers propose or that they carry out independently with their communities
Support in the management of the sustainable development of companies
Environmental diagnosis of alternatives
Environmental management planning
Environmental impact assessments
Environmental compliance reports