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BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION COLOMBIA

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PROJECT SILKY - PROTECT MALPELO

Is an initiative created by Biodiversity Conservation Colombia, with a mission to help preserve the biodiversity of the SFF Malpelo Marine Park, UNESCO World Heritage site. 

 

The Malpelo Fauna & Flora Sanctuary forms part of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape, one of the richest areas of the ocean, home to the largest populations of sharks, billfishes, whales, and turtles, many of which are critically endangered species facing population collapse due to long-line fishing.

Malpelo is specifically known for being home to some of the most significant shark schools in the world.

MISSION

The main objective of the entity is to promote the conservation of the ecosystem and species in the Malpelo Sanctuary and other regions with conservation interest and environmental preservation through improvement projects and research initiatives.

VISSION

Through experience in the current Project Silky – Protect Malpelo initiative, the aim is to improve operating systems, adopt new cutting-edge technological resources and maximize the use of clean energy to create a sustainable model for vessels that serve as a work platform for us, park rangers and officials who operate in different marine conservation sites of difficult access

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