Yasmin Redolosis

Ex volunteer

Yasmin Redolosis Pearce was an international volunteer of the GV2050 project and the programme supported by the University of Malága and the Andalusian International Agency for Cooperation and Development (UMA-AACID). She graduated in Biology at the University of Malaga, Spain. Her thesis project was on Palynology of the Galapagos Islands plants. After 3 months of volunteering, her goal is to study her Master degree focused in Conservation.

Articles

Galapagos Verde 2050: Recovering endemic and native flora in rural farms

My story began as a volunteer with the Galapagos Verde 2050 project, from the Charles Darwin Foundation, which has now entered its second phase and has as a new aim towards rural ecological...

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