Seacology is the world’s premier organization with the sole and unique purpose of preserving the environments and cultures of islands throughout the globe. From its inception in 1989, Seacology searches for situations that not only protect the local environment, but also provide the islanders tangible benefits in return. In Samoa, Seacology built a critically needed school in the remote village of Falealupo in exchange for the village chiefs signing a covenant protecting 30,000 acres of pristine rainforest. In Nadogo Village, Fiji, Seacology is providing funding for basic access road improvements in exchange for a protective covenant preserving a 2,000-acre rainforest. Our ambitions are large, yet our programs are successful because they are locally managed.

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