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What is Galapagos Verde 2050?


“Galapagos Verde 2050” is a multi-institutional and interdisciplinary project that contributes actively to the conservation of the Galapagos natural assets/capital and the well-being of it’s human population, using water-saving technologies as a tool to implement a successful ecological restoration model, along with sustainable agriculture practices that allow humans to live in harmony with nature.

The Galapagos Archipelago is one of the greatest biodiversity spots as well as a conservation reference worldwide. There are more than a thousand plant species registered on the islands, of which about two hundred are endemic species. The GV2050 project actively contributes/aims for the conservation of this natural heritage.

The GV2050 project keeps an interactive database through its own virtual platform and Android app, that allows keeping track of the current state of the project in every island and study site, obtaining a database with all the environmental and biological information.

Updated: November 2017


  • Ecosystem restoration of Black Gravel Mine on Floreana Island is one of many current Green Galapagos 2050 projects, which encompass 5038 plantings on over 60 project sites

  • Land restoration on Floreana Island with the support of Galapagos National Park and students of Santa Cruz Island and Floreana Parish.

  • Planting gardens and restoring disturbed urban areas on Santa Cruz Island with the help of Galapagos National School

  • Dr. James Gibbs, one of our scientific advisors, plants the first cactus for the ecological restoration of Plaza Sur:

  • Evaluation of the biodiversity before commencement of Green Galapagos 2050 on Plaza Sur island.

  • Green Galapagos 2050 provides ecosystem services to the estate of Mr. Francisco Morena with sustainable agriculture, Groasis technology, and the support of the community on Floreana

  • Sowing new plants near the Galapagos Biosecurity Agency

  • The first installation of Groasis technology on Santa Cruz island.

  • Planting near the the Biosecurity Agency and the Charles Darwin Foundation

  • The first visit of our donor from COmON Land Foundation and the Charles Darwin Foundation executive director on Plaza Sur

  • Galapagos Verde 2050 and native gardens of the Galapagos Islands at the Charles Darwin Research Station

  • Publicizing the objectives of project Green Galapagos 2050 at the Charles Darwin Research Station

  • Tamaki Ocuno, one of our donors, visits the Floreana Island project

  • Establishing sustainable agriculture with Groasis technology on Floreana Island

  • The first sowing of baby Opuntia cacti on Plaza Sur, beginning its ecological restoration

  • Field workers launching the restoration of Baltra Island from numerous institutions: Galapagos National Park, the Biosecurity Agency of Galapagos, the Ecuadorian air force and the Charles Darwin Foundation

  • The first visit of John Loudon, president of our donor organization, COmON Land

  • International volunteer workers collect, clean, and count the seeds used for proliferation of native species

  • Restoration of urban areas on Santa Cruz Island creates new green spaces

  • Ecological barriers have been installed at the Baltra airport

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  • Signing of the agreement of Ecological Restoration of Urban Ecosystems between the Municipality of Santa Cruz, Iguana Foundation and the Charles Darwin Foundation

Where is present Galápagos Verde 2050?


Ecological restoration of Baltra is a unique opportunity to apply the principles and guidelines of the Management Plan for Protected Areas of the Galapagos for Good Living. This plan emphasizes an...


The Island of Española, located at the southern edge of the Galapagos archipelago, is among the oldest islands within the archipelago. With 300 million years of existence, the diameter of the...


Floreana is one of five inhabited islands in the Galapagos Archipelago, and although the earliest record of human settlement was in 1807, it has never supported a large number of people. The current...

North Isabela

North Isabela: Isabela island is the biggest on the archipelago, with 4588 km2, represents 60 % of the total land surface of the Galapagos islands. Isabela is one of the four populated islands and...

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is the second largest island, after Isabela, in the Galapagos Archipelago. It is located in the center of the group of islands with an area of 986km² and a maximum altitude of 864 metres...

South Plaza

Plaza Sur or South Plaza has historically contained many Opuntia cacti). There has been a significant decline in Opuntias on the island after some severe El Ninos and the introduction of a mouse...

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