Press release

Guylian wins the “Corporate Social Responsibility Award” during 2019 TFWA in Cannes for its 20 years dedicated support to Project Seahorse.

Guylian has been Project Seahorse’s loyal partner and main sponsor since 1998. Recently Guylian won the Frontier Award for their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at the biggest Duty Free & Travel Retail show in Cannes.

New approach for determining conservation threat for species with little data

University of British Columbia researchers have found a new way to identify which marine species are threatened and what is threatening them, even if these species lack data, a new study published in the journal Conservation Biology shows.

Project Seahorse & Guylian Belgian Chocolates celebrate 20 years of partnership and success in marine conservation around the world

At a ceremony in Lisbon during the Belgian Royal State Visit to Portugal, and in presence of his Majesty King Filip of Belgium, Project Seahorse and Guylian Belgian Chocolates celebrate 20 years of partnership and success in marine conservation around the world.

Announcing the 7th edition of the Guylian Seahorses of the World Photography and Video Competition

Are you a diver and a marine life enthusiast? Do you enjoy taking photos? If so, the Guylian Seahorses of the World photo competition is for you! Now in its seventh  edition, this biennial competition gathers the best photographs and videos of seahorses from underwater photographers and divers around the world. 

Dr. Amanda Vincent named finalist for Indianapolis Prize for Animal Conservation

Dr. Amanda Vincent named finalist for Indianapolis Prize for Animal Conservation

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Prize officials announced today the six Finalists for the world’s leading award for animal conservation. In recognition of her successes in the conservation of at-risk species, Dr. Amanda Vincent joins fellow Finalists Dr. Joel Berger, Dr. Dee Boersma, Dr. Rodney Jackson, Dr. Carl Jones and Dr. Carl Safina.

Top marine scientists call for action on ‘invisible’ fisheries

Top marine scientists call for action on ‘invisible’ fisheries

In an article published today in Science, Prof. Amanda Vincent of Project Seahorse at the University of British Columbia and Dr. Jean M. Harris of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife in South Africa call for bold new approaches to the pressing global issue of overfishing and habitat destruction.