Every year millions of sharks are killed by man. GEA Shark Institute continues to record-capture shark dives for educational purposes to further investigate these creatures and the effects of man on the marine eco-system.
2018 Global Eco Adventures Eco Ball. Saturday, May 5, 2018 at the SC Aquarium in Charleston, SC
The GEA Adventure Club program encompasses a curriculum that offers academic and applied knowledge of outdoor activities to adolescents and inspires interest in the environment.
Discover the wonders of the world from the highest peaks to the pristine underwater ecosystems. Recent expeditions include, among others, adventures to the Galapagos Islands, Denali Alaska, Mt. Adams, Washington, Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina and to the Grand Canyon.
Help us to continue to explore and educate through our various programs such as the San Cristobal Giant Tortoise Research Program, the Shark Institute, Project Abby, and others. Global Eco Adventures is a 501(c)(3) Organization. Donate here!
Project Abby 2100 examined local climate change in the Galapagos Islands throughout the life of octogenarians and thus, provided the students with a real account of how climate change has altered the islands.