ELNA is taking actions for the conservation of marine organisms and its environment. We are conducting survey and conservation of sea turtles, as well as survey on the humpback whales and the corals in the Ogasawara islands. Recently, we are focusing on the conservation of sea turtles.
Investigation of stranded sea turtles <Kanto area, Japan>
Understanding the ecology is the key to implement appropriate conservation. We have been investigating approx. 100 stranded turtles per year.
Conservation of hawksbill turtles <Java sea, Indonesia>
Hawksbill turtles are endangered and its number has been decreased by 80% in 20th century. Our activity is taking place in the largest breeding site in Asia.
Conservation of leatherback turtles <West Papua, Indonesia>
Leatherback turtles are extinct in Malaysia and edge of extinction in Mexico. Our activity is taking place in the last sanctuary in the pacific ocean.
Conservation of green turtles <Ogasawara islands, Japan>
Our activity is taking place in the largest breeding site in Japan.
Ecology investigation of humpback whales <Ogasawara islands>
Education for marine organisms <Ogasawara/Kanto>