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Seacology Prize winner donates award to eco-camp

When Gina Lopez received the 2017 Seacology Prize in October, she announced that she would be donating the prize money to support conservation projects in her home country of the Philippines. At a second Seacology Prize event in Manila earlier this month, Lopez introduced the first recipient of the funds. The Lola Sayong Eco-Surf Camp […]



In 2014, a Seacology group took a tour through Chile’s spectrum of climates and cultures. They spent several days on Rapa Nui (Easter Island), getting up close to its ancient and mysterious stone figures. After that, they explored the world-renowned valleys and glaciers of Patagonia. Stopping at our project at Quinchao Island in Chile, travelers […]



Madagascar is justly famous for its biodiversity. It is the only place in the world where visitors can see lemurs (a diverse group of primates), towering baobob trees, and literally thousands of other kinds of plants and animals. (In fact, there are more than a thousand species of orchids alone!) On this trip, travelers spotted […]


Southeast Asia

This 2006 expedition spanned two Southeast Asian countries. Guests visited our project at Terian Village in Malaysian Borneo, seeing spectacular rainforest and the micro-hydro facility, funded by Seacology, that supplies the village with sustainable electricity. Then, visitors were off to the Philippines, where they helped install eco-reef modules as part of our efforts to restore […]