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Auction is now live! – Antarctica and South Georgia Charity Auction 20th August to 3rd September

The South Georgia Heritage Trust and the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust warmly invite you to our online charity auction, to raise funds towards our conservation programmes in Antarctica and South Georgia. Browse all of the auction lots on offer here and place bids between 20th August and 3rd September: […]

Archaeology Fieldwork on South Georgia: Talk 20th May 2021 7:30pm UK Time

Together with the South Georgia Association we are delighted to present Dr. Marcus Brittain from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, and historian Bob Burton. Register on the Eventbright Page Dr. Marcus Brittain tells us about the 2019 SGHT South Georgia Archaeological Expedition and how they investigated some of the historic sealing sites on the island. […]

Double your impact this Earth Day

The appeal has gone live – One donation, twice the impact! Donate to our Green Match Fund Here! We are thrilled to announce that we have been selected as one of the participants in the first ever Green Match Fund campaign, organised by the Big Give, the UK’s biggest online match […]

Island conservation: protecting global biodiversity

With speakers from the South Georgia Heritage Trust, ZSL and the RSPB. This event reveals how conservation science is put into practice to help protect biodiversity on remote islands in the UK Overseas Territories. Recording here: Savings Britain’s islands short film: SGHT’s CEO Alison Neil joins island conservationists from around […]

Artistic Commission Winner Announced

SGHT has just unveiled a new artistic commission to shine a light on the story of humankind and the resurgence of the wildlife of South Georgia. Watch our live Press Launch here. The winning artist is Scottish sculptor Michael Visocchi, with his work called ‘Commensalis – the Spirit Tables of […]

Humpback whales return to South Georgia

From “A new study shows the welcome return of humpback whales to the waters around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia after a century of commercial whaling decimated their populations. The study is published in the journal Endangered Species Research this week (Thursday 5 November) and is good news […]