It seeks to generate a change, leading to ALL future generations of students when they have an average age of 12 and are in the last year of Basic Education; to a five-day navigable cruise. In this, in addition to knowing and interacting with the wonderful and unique natural environment where they live, they will be given real information about the main problems that affect both the islands and the planet.
Frente Insular RMG Insular Front RMG has organized more than 200 coastal cleanups by various institutions to date, all documented with local volunteers committed to the cause of protecting the islands. We enter with permission from the environmental authority to places on the islands that are not crowded and that are not even populated and even so we find a large amount of garbage due to the marine currents. The most abundant waste is plastic, but the experience of traveling inhospitable places and finding this waste challenges us to reach the goal of increasing people’s responsibility for biodiversity and its future.
WHERE THERE IS AN ORCHARD THERE IS HOPE
Frente Insular RMG has also wanted to expand its social impact and that is how they started this project, an initiative to help families in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island to develop family orchard. Especially during the pandemic, this project has offered relief to families that depended on tourism and have seen their income severely affected by the situation. In this way they can produce their own food in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.