The Charles Darwin Foundation on International Innovation

09 Nov 16 /
International innovation at CDF.

THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS are one of the best preserved island ecosystems in the world. The observations Charles Darwin made when he visited the Islands in 1835 can still be seen and have been studied further by hundreds of scientists around the world. Gaining an understanding of the biological and ecological processes in place has helped Ecuador to implement environmental conservation strategies and policies for the future of the Galapagos.

The Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) embodies the work and magnificence of Charles Darwin through the generation and sharing of knowledge with the Ecuadorian authorities, local community and institutions around the world.

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CDF on International Innovation

Andres Cruz

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