iSea is an Environmental Organisation founded in 2016 in Thessaloniki, Greece. Its goal is to preserve the aquatic ecosystems and their habitants through scientific research, raising awareness among the public and stakeholders and the promotion of conservation policies. To achieve its goals for the protection of aquatic ecosystems, iSea sensitizes the state, managers, and public opinion, to take measures where there are gaps in environmental legislation and public awareness. The activities of iSea focus on 4 main pillars:

  1. Fisheries
  2. Alien species
  3. The relations among human and aquatic ecosystems
  4. Aquatic litter


In this context, iSea implements relevant projects like:

To set the baseline for the environmental, social and financial sustainable development, iSea focuses on scientific research and already counts more than 50 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals, reports, action plans and conference presentations. Briefly, the publications involve first records of marine alien species, such as Chaetodipterus faber (Broussonet, 1782) and endangered species, such as Squatina squatina (Linnaeus, 1758). They also concern research on the expansion of alien species in the Mediterranean Sea, the presence of endangered species, new occurrences of Angel Sharks in the Mediterranean Sea, citizen science and its contribution, data collected on Elasmobranchs in the Mediterranean and Black seas, international social surveys of public attitudes towards environmental issues.
You can also support more our iSea partner by donating directly here.