Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Main government department responsible for overseeing the British Overseas Territories (inc. South Georgia). You can find out more about their policy and environmental statements from their website.
British Antarctic Survey: British Antarctic Survey, who operate two research stations on South Georgia, and have a long history and involvement with the Island. Their help and assistance has been invaluable in bringing about this site.
South Georgia Association: UK based interest group.
IAATO: International Association of Antarctic Travel Operators. A member organization founded in 1991 to advocate, promote and practice safe and environmentally responsible private-sector travel to the Antarctic.
The South Georgia Geographic Information System: The South Georgia Geographic Information System (SGGIS) enables researchers and the public to see the islands’ environmental landscape in a completely new way and will help to manage and protect the abundant wildlife that lives there, such as the wandering albatross.
National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton.