GVI’s impact reports highlight the work done across a global network of locally-led social development initiatives and conservation projects.
Dawasamu | Fiji
In Fiji, our team is committed to researching the impact of climate change, overfishing and plastic pollution on coastal habitats, coral reefs and marine species.
Phang Nga | Thailand
We focus on sea turtle conservation, coral monitoring and other wildlife initiatives, at our Thailand research station located in Phang Nga.
Chiang Mai | Thailand
In the lush mountain forests of Northern Thailand, our wildlife conservation programs focus on promoting ethical elephant tourism and sustainable ecotourism.
Tenerife | Canary Islands, Spain
On the largest island of the Canary Islands archipelago, our marine conservation programs focus on whale and dolphin conservation, and marine biology research.
Kekoldi | Costa Rica
In Costa Rica’s Indigenous Reserve, our efforts include biodiversity surveys, monitoring wildlife, and exploring the mountains to study bird species.
Puerto Morelos | Mexico
Our research station on the Mexican coast is the ideal location for scuba-diving and contributing to marine conservation programs.
Mahe | Seychelles
Experience the beauty of Mahe, the largest island in Seychelles. Join us in preserving the underwater ecosystem through diving programs suitable for all skill levels.
Nosy Be | Madagascar
At our Madagascar research station on the island of Nosy Be, you can contribute to the conservation of rare and endemic species, including lemurs.