Sustainable Galapagos

  • June 30, 2017

    The critically endangered waved albatross of Galapagos »

    This blog was kindly written by Dominic Lewisohn. Dominic has spent this week volunteering for Galapagos Conservation Trust – writing this blog, assisting with the photo competition and helping create a video. Waved albatrosses, endemic to Galapagos, have the largest wingspan of the birds in Galapagos making them one of the most majestic birds to read more

  • July 10, 2015

    Renewable Energy and Sustainable Construction »

    The majority of the Galapagos Islands are protected with just 3% of land reserved for farming and housing. In recent years, the area of developed land has increased due to the thriving tourist industry. This poses a problem because there is a lack of clean energy, water and construction materials on the Islands, all of read more

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