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The Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT) is a British conservation charity (registered number 1043470) established to raise funds for, and awareness of, for the Galapagos Islands. It is a member of the Friends of Galapagos network. It was launched in 1995 at the Royal Society in London.
The President is Andrew Marr.
Ambassadors for the charity include Janet Barber, Sir James Barlow, 4th Baronet, Angela Darwin, Sarah Darwin, Julian Fitter, Monty Halls, Randal Keynes, Dorothy Latsis, Godfrey Merlen, Henry Nicholls, Nigel Sitwell, Antje Steinfurth, Jennifer Stone and Ian Swingland. Of these, Sir James, Sarah Darwin and Keynes are descended from Charles Darwin - Angela Darwin is a Darwin by marriage (she is the widow of George Pember Darwin, son of Charles Galton Darwin).
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