Protecting the unique habitats and cultures of islands worldwide

July 29, 2022 | Author: | Posted in environmental-health

We work only on islands,
because they are uniquely vulnerable.

In the last 500 years, 80% of all recorded extinctions occurred on islands.

Island communities face constant pressure to exploit natural resources.

But if a community wants to preserve its forest or sea, Seacology makes a grant for something the whole community needs, like a school, solar power, or help with ecotourism.

Seacology helps island communities prosper by protecting resources—not exploiting them.

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