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March 2020

Our work continues.

You’ve probably been hearing from a lot of organizations and businesses—so we’ll make this brief. We just want to assure you that Seacology is doing as much as we safely can to further our mission in these challenging times. Protecting our staff and community. We have canceled all travel for U.S. staff and are working from […]

March 2020

New Borneo project supports sustainable crab fishery and mangrove protections

Seacology has funded many different kinds of projects over the years–schools, solar panels, water systems, just to name a few. But until this year, we’d never been approached by a village that wanted to build a shelter for baby crabs. The request came from Sungai Nibung, a village on the west coast of Borneo. Mangrove […]

March 2020

Uruguay beekeepers lead the charge against invasive species

Science—and our own experience—tell us that local communities have crucial knowledge about the ecosystems with which their lives and cultures are bound. Tapping into this knowledge makes conservation more effective. It also gives these communities the respect they are due but have historically often been denied. This principle was key to the success of our […]

March 2020

Local partnerships in Mexico protect diverse island habitats

Like any country, Mexico wants tourism and development to bolster its economy. But economic growth, unless it’s managed carefully, can bring environmental degradation. Seacology’s projects in Mexico target the overfishing, solid waste, and water pollution that now threaten Mexico’s 1,300 islands, which are home to coral reefs, mangroves, sand dunes, and rainforests. Seacology also takes […]

February 2020

Dominican Republic projects safeguard key wetlands

Seacology only recently began working in the Dominican Republic, but our work there has already made a big impact. Our four projects in the country, located at Las Garitas, Montecristi Province, Oviedo Lagoon, and Limón Lagoon, are helping to protect some of the country’s most important mangrove ecosystems. We awarded the 2018 Seacology Prize to […]

February 2020

Project site not damaged by Taal Volcano eruption

Seacology project partners near Taal Lake, in the Philippines, were forced to evacuate after the volcano in the middle of the lake erupted on January 12, burying surrounding communities in a thick layer of ash. Seacology funded repairs and upgrades to an ecotourism center in the Municipality of Mataas na Kahoy, on Taal Lake, in […]

February 2020

New projects protect island habitat from India to Spain

Seacology’s board of directors just approved six new projects on islands around the world. These new partnerships with local communities and organizations will protect thousands of acres of habitat. Several new initiatives concentrate on the protection or restoration of seagrass habitats. Like mangroves, seagrass beds have enormous “blue carbon” capacity. In other words, they sequester […]

February 2020

Sri Lanka mangroves featured on CNN

CNN recently sat down with the leaders of Sudeesa, our local partners in the Sri Lanka Mangrove Conservation Project, for a feature on that country’s efforts to protect its mangroves. The brief video report explains why mangroves are so important in efforts against fishery depletion and climate change, and interviews Sudeesa co-founder and former Seacology […]

February 2020

A personal account of the Australia wildfires

Seacology’s Malaysia field rep, Chris Wright, was visiting family in Australia at Christmastime as the bushfires raged. Read his harrowing description of how fire tore through his family farm—and his perspectives on how political decisions put us all at risk.

January 2020

Seacology project affected by volcano

The Philippines’ Taal Lake, the site of a Seacology project, was covered with ash by the eruption of Taal Volcano on January 12. The mountain spewed ash and particles of fine glass nine miles in the air and forced the evacuation of 50,000 people, including the communities where Seacology funded a conservation center. Authorities fear […]