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Johanna Carrión works as a Relationships Coordinator at the Charles Darwin Research Station. A permanent resident of the Galapagos Islands, she started working at the Station in 2013. Johanna's work supports the establishment and strengthening of strategic national and international alliances that develops and facilitates ongoing science for conservation on the Galapagos Islands. She is also responsible for the implementation of the Strategic Institutional Plan.

How Much Tourism Can the Galapagos Tolerate Sustainably?

Declared a World Heritage Site in 1978, the Galapagos Islands are one of the best examples of effective conservation in the world, thanks to the comprehensive management actions carried out by the Government of Ecuador with huge advice and support from many international individual collaborators and institutions. The preservation of this global treasure has made it one of the most desired destinations for people from around the globe.