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Madagascar is one of the world’s top five biodiversity hotspots, but it faces the ongoing loss of its forests. In the northeast, illegal logging of rosewood and ebony trees has […]

Mandena, Manantenina, and Ambohimanarina Villages

“The United States have the Statue of Liberty, France has the Eiffel tower…. For us in Madagascar it is our biodiversity …” These words were written by Professor Jonah Ratsimbazafy, […]

Ambatosarotse, Malaintsatroke, Ala Mahavelo

Madagascar perfectly illustrates why Seacology focuses on islands. On this isolated island, thousands of species evolved that exist nowhere else; if they are lost there, they are lost to the […]

Why Islands?

“One of the swiftest and most profound biological catastrophes in the history of the earth.”

Seacology begins work in 70th country

Thirteen new Seacology projects will help island communities in 12 countries spanning the globe to protect threatened ecosystems and species. With Seacology’s support, our local partners will establish new land […]