Living GalápagosMultimedia presentation about the challenges facing the Galápagos Islands produced by students from the University of North Carolina
What would Darwin think?Trailer of documentary about Galápagos by Jon Bowermaster
“Galápagos Now”Documentary by Tortured Monkey that has this to say: ” The ‘last paradise on earth’ is currently endangered by the very things that may actually save it: economic growth and a deluge of human beings.”
Interview with Carlos Zapata, FUNDARCarlos Zapata from the Galapagos-based non-profit organization, FUNDAR, discusses building a sustainable society and the value of environmental citizenship.
My World: What Would Darwin Say?In this entry from Ecuador, Carolina B. Proaño Serrano from one of the world’s most ecologically important sites – the Galapagos Islands makes a plea to respect the endemic species that exist only in this fragile place
Galapagos ConservacyGalapagos Conservancy is an advocacy organization in the United States for conservation in the Galapagos Islands.
the first Galapagos giant tortoises step foot onto Pinta Island since Lonesome George left in 1972!
Zoning in populated areas of GalapagosZoning System The ultimate purpose of zoning is to avoid or minimize the negative effect of human impact Galapagos ecosystems are subjected to and allow for a rational use of goods and services these ecosystems offer to society.
ESF Researchers Return to GalapagosA SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) graduate student who spent last summer repopulating the Galapagos Archipelago with giant tortoises will return to the island next week to find out just what those tortoises have been doing since t