25 More Years of Science for Galapagos

25 More Years I CDF Executive Director I Arturo Izurieta V.

On August 11, 2016 the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) signed with the Government of Ecuador a 25 year Cooperation Agreement with the purpose of strenghtening crucial scientific research and conservation efforts in the Galapagos Islands carried out since 1959. 

160811 Firma Acuerdo FCD ECU LDL_12.jpgRené Ramirez (SENESCYT), Eliécer Cruz (CGREG), Guillaume Long (Ecuador's Foreign Minister) and CDF Executive Director, Arturo Izurieta V. (Photo by Liza Díaz Lalova/CDF)

Check out the following interviews with local Galapagos authorities, our employees, international and national supporters on the renewal of the Agreement and its importance for the Galapagos Islands.

25 More Years I Lindblad Expeditions
25 More Years I CDF Galapagos Staff
25 More Years I National Geographic's Pristine Seas
25 More Years I UNESCO
25 More Years I Galapagos Governing Council
25 More Years I Agency for Regulation and Control of Biosafety for Galapagos
25 More Years I CDF Ecuadorian Staff
25 More Years I Helmsley Charitable Trust
25 More Years I Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries
25 More Years I CDF International Staff
25 More Years I Great Barrier Reef Foundation
25 More Years I Researchers in Galapagos