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Swiss Cetacean Society’s Comoro island Green turtle protection project

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HARRY ECKMAN

Chief Executive Officer

ELIZABETH CUEVAS ZIMBRÓN

Whale Heritage Site Project Manager

MIKI TILLETT

Communications Manager

PATICE TALAUE

Certification Manager

STEFF EATON

Operations Manager

ANDREW SCOON

Sussex Dolphin Project, Project Support Officer

THEA TAYLOR

Sussex Dolphin Project, Lead

DYLAN WALKER

Senior Adviser - Whale Heritage Sites

JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU

HONORARY PRESIDENT

IAN LEWIS

Trustee, Life College, UK

ROGER MANN

Trustee, Individual Partners

SUZANNE ROGERS

Trustee, Change for Animals Foundation, UK

The Swiss Cetacean Society (SCS) has set up a project to protect green turtles against poaching in the Comoro Islands. The aim is to set up monitoring of the turtles and their nests by four ecoguards who will patrol the beach of Ndroudé alternately day and night, hence creating jobs too.

To help promote this project, a crowdfunding with many interesting rewards in exchange for donations is available here until the 31st January.

Find out more about Swiss Cetacean Society here.

Jack Booth
Author: Jack Booth

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