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.
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.
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.
Careers in wildlife conservation
Learn more about our career-boosting wildlife internships, professional apprenticeships and research fellowships around the world – and which one is the best fit for you.
Careers in marine conservation
Working in marine conservation is a journey of self-discovery. Kickstart your marine career by completing our internships, apprenticeships and research fellowships.
We offer a diverse range of award-winning volunteering expeditions specifically designed for young people aged 15–17, in some of the world’s most stunning locations.