• October 2018

    Dominican Republic’s Patricia Lamelas named 2018 Seacology Prize winner

    We’re excited to announce that Patricia Lamelas, a longtime environmentalist from the Dominican Republic, will be the recipient of the 2018 Seacology Prize! Lamelas has worked with the nonprofit CEBSE, the Center for the Conservation and Eco-Development of Samaná Bay and Surroundings, for more than 25 years. Her voice has been influential in the movement to conserve the rapidly […]


  • September 2018

    Seacology project wins United Nations climate change award

    We’re very excited to announce that Seacology’s nationwide mangrove conservation project in Sri Lanka has been named a winner in the 2018 Momentum for Change climate action awards! Momentum for Change is an initiative under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, seeking innovative solutions to the challenges posed by a changing climate. Our […]


  • August 2018

    Training center for disadvantaged Sri Lankan women opens

    Seacology recently celebrated the opening of a new training center in Sri Lanka’s north. We’ve produced a short video showing how the facility will further our project’s twin goals of mangrove conservation and fostering economic opportunity for some of Sri Lanka’s poorest citizens. The training center was built with funding from the Global Resilience Partnership […]


  • August 2018

    Virtual tour of 10 current Seacology projects

    From Fiji to Malaysia to our first projects in the Dominican Republic, it’s been a busy few months in our mission to protect island habitats around the world. Communities are making lot of progress, which you can see for yourself in this video recap. It highlights 10 ongoing projects in eight countries, with new footage […]


  • August 2018

    Join us for the 2018 Seacology Prize Ceremony, October 4

    Please mark Thursday, October 4th on your calendar for the 2018 Seacology Prize Ceremony, a free event at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, California. Join us to celebrate the courage of an islander who’s taken extraordinary action to safeguard marine and terrestrial island environments. The winner, a grassroots hero to be announced prior to […]


  • June 2018

    A milestone: 300 island projects!

    Last week, Seacology approved nine new projects, bringing our total above 300. We’re excited  not only because we hit an impressive number, but because these are great new partnerships with island communities. They will help to protect nearly 45,000 acres of sensitive habitat and will provide much-needed infrastructure and other community needs. Bangladesh: Sonadia Island […]


  • June 2018

    Protecting parrotfish and reefs on World Oceans Day

    Friday, June 8, is World Oceans Day​—an international celebration of ocean environments and the need to protect them. To mark the occasion, Seacology is officially launching our project on Isla Providencia, Colombia. On this beautiful, remote island in the Caribbean, we’re funding ​a campaign to promote the protection of parrotfish. These colorful fish graze on […]


  • April 2018

    Help Seacology save parrotfish in Colombia

    Celebrate Earth Day by helping to protect threatened Caribbean parrotfish! We’re launching our first-ever crowdfunding campaign today to support efforts to protect theses gorgeous and important fish around the remote Colombian island of Providencia. A healthy population of parrotfish is a matter of life and death for a coral reef. The fish eat harmful macroalgae, […]


  • March 2018

    Visit a tropical island—via video

    Seacology has more than 50 active projects on beautiful islands all over the world, and we’ve put together a quick video tour of a few of them. Take a look at recent project highlights and see how we’re helping island habitats and communities from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean.


  • February 2018

    Seacology launches nine new projects

    Seacology will soon begin nine new projects around the world, including our first in the nation of Uruguay! These new partnerships with island communities will protect more than 7,500 acres of sensitive marine and forest habitats and will fund vital infrastructure and other community needs. Federated States of Micronesia: Peidie Village Protection of 79-acre mangrove […]


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