Abundance, Exploitation, Recovery: A Portrait of South Georgia

SGSSI has been featured in the New York Times as a shining example of world-leading conservation with measurable positive impact. Charting the visible return of biodiversity within the territory during the lifetime of those who have worked there, the article showcases the role humans have to play in improving the natural environment whilst still living and working in it, underlining how governments can be a force for positive change.

The Government of SGSSI remains an outstanding steward for the territory – recognising that positive impacts are not a result of shutting down the island, but instead the result of building sustainability into everything that we do.