GTT Friends

Here are some of our friends and partners

Fondazione Cetacea and Numana Città delle Tartarughe The collaboration between the Green Teen Team Foundation, Fondazione Cetacea and the Città delle Tartarughe in Numana completes the three types of chelonians we work with, land, fresh water and sea! The project effectively works with the communes of Numana and Bussolengo to engage school children in the […]
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GTT signed an agreement in 2017, the first of a kind, along with Parco Natura Viva and we look forward to seeing how the story unfolds. From the website …. “The Seychelles National Parks Authority (SNPA) is responsible for all of the marine and terrestrial national parks of Seychelles and a number of these parks […]
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The Ibiza Preservation Fund (IPF) aims to help preserve Ibiza and Formentera’s exceptional beauty and natural value, and to encourage sustainable initiatives. Our main focus is the conservation of Ibiza and Formentera’s countryside and marine areas. We raise money from people from all over the world who care about Ibiza’s future. Funds raised are used […]
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WHAT IS THE TERRAMAR PROJECT? The TerraMar Project is a nonprofit ocean organization dedicated to building a global community built around our mutual love of the ocean and the need to protect and conserve the seas. We will use the power of our global community to be the voice that leads the clarion call for […]
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In 1974, musician and composer, Jo Collins, met Mary Ward, a teacher and director. With a shared belief in harnessing the creativity in everyone and anyone, they started a theatre company. In a chicken shed. Their creative process worked. More members joined as church halls replaced the eponymous shed. In the early 1980s the company […]
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GTT worked with WWF Romania on the Armenis and Teregova schools project. Read more here  Learn more about WWF Romania here
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Young people and Rewilding Europe – a natural connection! Nature is strong! Rewilding Europe is working in now seven, soon nine areas in different countries in Europe. Here, we are working with local people to show how we can give nature more space, and allow it to decide itself how it develops, instead of us […]
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The need to educate everybody about the importance of animal and nature conservation led to the birth of the PhotoZoo project, in 2006. PhotoZoo founder, Pierre de Chabannes, is a French independent photojournalist, lecturer and a scientific advisor for National Geographic projects linked to zoology. Pierre has photographed more than 9,600 animal species around North America, […]
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