We are currently looking for VOLUNTEER CREW AND STEWARDS for
Onboard - Jurassic Airlines
Flights will take off from Weymouth Pavilion Theatre Forecourt from
27 July - 9 September
For more information click here
For an application form click here
We want to involve local residents and visitors alike in the Earth Festival, that is why there are many projects involving young people - both in schools and along the Jurassic Coast during festival events. Click here to read the July 'School Report'. There are also opportunities for the grown ups!
Become a General Volunteer
Earth Festival could not happen without the huge support of many volunteers - from all along the Jurassic Coast. There are opportunities to chat to people, meet and greet visitors, help people find their way around, gather audience feedback for our visitor survey questionnaires, help event organisers and simply make our visitors feel welcome. Fill in the volunteer form and let us know how you could help.
Jurassic Coast Earth Festival 2012 has international as well as local significance. It brings to new life the world of 185 million years ago: the disposition of the land, the character of its climate and its seas, and the creatures who inhabited it, in a real sense the cousins or the ancestors of those who live today. The Festival serves to promote public understanding of science in its myriad aspects, and helps to engage us all in stewardship of our most precious environment.
Sir Crispin Tickell, GCMG, KCVO. Climate change expert, and former Diplomat
Organising an Event
If you are organising an event, find out how you can make your project even more sustainable by Reducing, Re-using and Recycling.
Make a Green Pledge
We are inviting everyone who visits an Earth Festival event, as well as local residents, to become an environmental steward and make a green pledge. Find out how you could help to make the planet Cleaner & Greener.