Volunteers Sought For Global Warming Initiative

William Ulrich, a Cape Coral resident, recently devoted his life to educating others about the global climate crisis. He launched https://globalconscience.world to build a movement of people working together to advance awareness and understanding as well as to discover remedies that are essential to creating a healthier, greener environment for future generations.

“Today, we announce a groundbreaking alliance of concerned volunteers who will work together to raise awareness about global warming,” Ulrich said. “We are the first generation to suffer the negative effects of this crisis, and we aim to do something about it. The biggest way each one of us can make an impact on global climate change is to speak up. That’s why we created GlobalConscience.World. It will take a worldwide team of dedicated individuals to scratch the surface.”

Ulrich is seeking multiple volunteer brand ambassadors from every state in the United States and every country in the world to help drive his vision.

“This is really going to take a village,” said Ulrich.

“We’d like to have as many ambassadors from each state and country as possible.”

Recently added to the team are Sumarie Jordaan, musician from Republic of South Africa; The Calendar Girls, dance group in Southwest Florida; Anna Pribil, musician from Austria; Winnie Cheche, climate activist for Kenya East Africa; Max Machado, student in Cape Coral; and Ruvimbo Muskwe, journalist in Zimbabwe. All share climate crisis concerns and a passion for change. Ambassadors forglobalconscience.world are those that want to help brand and build an online presence while making the world a better place by taking the fight against global warming to the people of the world.

This volunteer work can generateopportunities for anyone who wants to increase their influencer/social media presence, personal branding, public relations and marketing skills.  Globalconscience.world provides materials to all ambassadors and promotes them through their partner program. Those interested in helping to change the world are invited to share ideas and apply to become an ambassador by contacting globalconscience.world.

“I am consumed by this,” Ulrich said. “There isn’t a day goes by that I don’t think about solutions to end this crisis.”

For more information or to join the movement, visit https://globalconscience.world.