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April 2023

A long-term investment in education and forests in Fiji

In northern Fiji, a community’s ongoing partnership with Seacology will soon help kids learn valuable computer skills, while protecting important island ecosystems on and offshore. We began working with the people of Qumusea District, more than a decade ago. In 2012, Seacology funded the construction of a kindergarten for children from four local villages, and […]

March 2023

Remembering Masayuki Kishimoto

Seacology is saddened to report the passing of Mr. Masayuki Kishimoto, a longtime member of the Seacology Board.  Mr. Kishimoto’s pioneering spirit in conservation was manifest in many Seacology projects in Samoa, Fiji, Japan, and other islands of the Pacific and Southeast Asia. He played a key role in the establishment of our affiliate, Seacology […]

March 2023

Meet Jaragua´s galliwasp: New lizard discovered by Dominican partners

Seacology’s efforts to protect mangrove forests in the Dominican Republic can claim a lot of milestones: a dozen projects, our national initiative to engage the public about the importance of these ecosystems, educational events, a sports-and-conservation program that have reached thousands of kids, and more. But it’s not every day we can say we were […]

March 2023

Bats, birds, and dugongs among species to benefit from new projects

We’re excited to introduce you to seven new Seacology projects! These partnerships will protect more than 8,000 acres of diverse and vulnerable island habitat and the unique plants and animals that live there.  Several of them also focus on locally managed ecotourism, which is making a post-pandemic comeback around the world. Our support will help […]

January 2023

Opportunity for kids, hope for lemurs in rural Madagascar

Madagascar—the world’s fourth-largest island—is renowned for its fascinating plants and animals, most of which are found nowhere else on earth. The country’s playful lemurs, brilliantly colored reptiles and amphibians, and otherworldly forests have inspired countless nature documentaries (and a popular animated film franchise). Tens of thousands of tourists arrive each year to see the natural […]

January 2023

Island communities lead the way to coral reef conservation in the Philippines 

The Coral Triangle — an expanse of tropical ocean spanning much of Southeast Asia and the South Pacific — has long been a priority for conservation leaders. As its name suggests, the region and its many islands are home to countless coral reefs and the enormous biodiversity they support. One area in particular, the Verde […]

January 2023

Rachel Dibner joins Seacology board

This month, Seacology welcomed Rachel Dibner to our board of directors. Dibner is co-president of The Argus Fund, a family foundation that she and her husband Mark established in 2007. She is deeply involved in the research, gifting, and financial responsibilities associated with day-to-day, long-term, and strategic fund operations. Due to its broad mission statement, […]

December 2022

A year of conservation success, thanks to you!

Frankly, we didn’t expect to get so much done in 2022! But despite a turbulent economy, the lingering pandemic, and the environmental challenges facing many islands, we helped islanders all over the world conserve their ecosystems and strengthen their communities. We’ll have a more comprehensive review in our upcoming annual report, but here are a […]

December 2022

Multiple disasters can’t stop stewardship of Philippines lake

Living on an active volcano carries risks, to say the least, but it’s been an especially trying few years for people along the shores of Taal Lake. The lake fills the large caldera of the Taal Volcano and is the Philippines’ third-largest lake. It’s home to a unique ecosystem that supports many species, including the […]

November 2022

Help save endangered island species this Giving Tuesday

Islands are home to countless plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth. Unfortunately, the isolation that led to the evolution of these unique species also means that far more extinctions take place on islands than on the mainland. That’s why Seacology focuses exclusively on protecting island ecosystems and supporting the communities that depend on […]