We are committed to the conservation and sustainable use of the world’s coastal marine ecosystems.
Working with governments,
local communities, and other experts, we generate cutting-edge research and turn our findings
into highly effective conservation actions.
Using seahorses as flagship species, we tackle the most urgent conservation issues of today — from overfishing and destructive fishing practices to the illegal trade in endangered marine animals.
Seahorses are flagship species for a wide range of marine conservation issues, including overfishing and destructive fishing practices, seafilling, pollution, and much more. Learn about these iconic animals, the threats they face, and how you can help us to protect them.
Have you seen a seahorse in the wild? Join our pioneering citizen science project and contribute to seahorse science and conservation today.
Project Seahorse works with governments, industry, and small-scale fishers to make fisheries sustainable and improve food security.
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Banner photo - Winner of the 2014 Seahorses of the World photo competition. Hippocampus denise by Els van den Borre