Galapagos Conservation Trust

Galapagos Conservation Trust

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About us

WE ARE THE ONLY UK CHARITY TO FOCUS EXCLUSIVELY ON THE CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS.

The Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT) is the only UK registered charity to focus exclusively on the conservation and sustainability of the Galapagos Archipelago. Launched in 1995 at the Royal Society, we have supported a vast array of projects in Galapagos.

In 2016, we updated our vision to embrace the two major areas of science and communication, and education and sustainability as focal points for our work. This vision promotes the view that the challenges faced by the Galapagos Archipelago are multi-faceted and can best be addressed using a holistic approach.

By raising funds and awareness in the UK we are able to support conservation projects in Galapagos, helping to contribute to the overall management of this unique ecosystem. We work with a wide range of delivery partners, both in Galapagos and the UK, which helps us to achieve maximum positive impact in our efforts to conserve the Islands.

Galapagos Conservation Trust is a UK registered charity (number 1043470) and is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.

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Galapagos Conservation Trust is fundraising towards

Endangered Land Bird of Galapagos Appeal

HELP THE ENDANGERED GALAPAGOS LAND BIRDS TODAY! The lands birds are one of the Galapagos Islands’ most historical icons. During his voyage to Galapagos in 1835, Charles Darwin reflected on the differences between the birds on various islands. It was these evolutionary changes between the species that helped Darwin to ...

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Protecting the Galapagos giant tortoise

The Giant Tortoise Movement Ecology Programme, which we have supported since 2011, is working with partners to ensure that giant tortoises are protected from these threats. From eggs to adults, we are still learning how best to conserve these giants. We are continuing to monitor and protect nesting sites. Using ...

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