Supported Organizations

Havenworth Coastal Conservation was established in 2010 (then Haven Worth Consulting) by Tonya Wiley to conserve coastal ecosystems through science and outreach. Tonya received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Fisheries from Texas A&M University at Galveston in 1998.

TrezCo Systems is a research and development organization based in Foster City, California with the goal of developing products and technologies to support ocean science exploration by citizen scientists and academic researchers.

Conservación ConCiencia is a non-profit organization in Puerto Rico dedicated to environmental research and conservation that aims to promote sustainable development by working collaboratively with communities, governments, academia and the private sector.

Marine Science Today (MST) is an online resource for marine and ocean related issues designed to close the gap between scientific research and people who care for and interact with the ocean. Currently, there are very few sources for unbiased, ocean-related news.

Fundación Tropicalia is a non-profit organization that promotes the socioeconomic and environmental development of Miches, Dominican Republic, positioning this community as a sustainable tourism destination.

The Future Ocean Alliance (FOA) is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit, neutral and independent global entity that creates an alliance of organizations and individuals seeking to address the concerns of governmental and non-governmental researchers and decision-makers.

Description: Since 1990, Georgia Strait Alliance has been the only citizens' group focused on protecting the marine environment in and around the whole Strait of Georgia -- the place where most British Columbians live, work and play. GSA is a non-profit, charitable organization working to:

The Song Saa Foundation, which is a not-for-profit body registered as a local non-government organization under the laws of the Royal Kingdom of Cambodia.

Pro Esteros was formed in 1988 as a bi-national grassroots organization; founded by a group of scientists from Mexico and US protect Baja California coastal wetlands. Today, they are an Asociación Civil in Mexico.

At the southeast corner of Playa Viva, a sustainable boutique hotel, an all-volunteer staff, comprised of members of the local community of Juluchuca, has set up a turtle sanctuary.

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