At Satlink, we see sustainability as a central pillar in our developments. We strive to ensure that the information provided by our ecosystem of solutions supports the work of those who use the ocean, helping them to make informed, sustainable and efficient decisions. We also work hand in hand with those who study and manage the use of marine resources, providing fleet monitoring and tracking tools that allow us to better understand how the oceans are being used.
We connect industry, the scientific community and managers to move ever closer to a blue future, protecting the oceans and the species that inhabit them.
At Satlink, we actively engage in reducing impacts on marine ecosystems through our Zero Impact Campaign. This effort has led to over 100 tonnes of disused fishing nets being collected and recycled along the coast of Chile. This has been possible thanks to the coordinated work of Bureo, Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI) and World Animal Protection (WAP), with whom we established circular economy schemes for the collected materials in artisanal fishing communities. The proceeds from the project ensured its long-term continuity and funded educational efforts and programmes in each community.