Gough Island Restoration News

  We are delighted to share with you the latest edition of Island Restoration News from the Gough Island Restoration Programme “This issue opens with a welcome from Andrew Callender, Gough Island Restoration Programme Executive, who tells us more about the key objectives of the investigation to better understand why the eradication programme on Gough…

Habitat Restoration - the Untold Stories

‘Habitat Restoration – The Untold Stories’ Join us for this free online event at 6pm (UK time) on Wednesday 27 July 2022. Follow the link below to find out more, and to sign up to book your place. SGHT’s Habitat Restoration Project was a huge undertaking and remains the world’s largest invasive successful rodent eradication…

Follow the journey of the Quest crow’s nest

Its official, the Quest crow’s nest has now left the UK shores aboard the MV Scout. On September 1922, Quest departed the UK, heading South on an Antarctic adventure under Sir Ernest Shackleton’s command. Following the death of Shackleton and a short expedition to the Weddell Sea, Quest returned to the UK in 1923. The…

Happy #AntarcticaDay!

Happy #AntarcticaDay! A special day noting the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959 & environmental protection of the continent & the Southern Ocean. 62 years ago 12 countries came together, we hope the #AntarcticTreaty System can be a model to address future climate change.

Why we are all Whalers by Michael Moore

We are pleased to announce the publication of FOSGI Board member Michael Moore’s latest book “Why we are all Whalers. Read more abd buy Michael’s book here: https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/W/bo113867120.html https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/W/bo113867120.html