At SUBMON, we are dedicated to developing projects aimed at conserving, studying, and raising awareness of the marine environment, fostering social and sustainable development. Our efforts focus on researching and preserving the most vulnerable marine species and habitats, with a strong emphasis on marine environmental education to support our activities.

We advocate for a holistic approach that brings together science, education, and direct action. Each project is a step forward in our unwavering commitment to protecting and preserving the marine environment. We approach our work with a steadfast commitment to scientific and professional rigour, ensuring our actions are underpinned by thorough research and expertise.

Throughout our journey of over 15 years, the organisation has carried out more than 315 projects, establishing itself as a national benchmark in the study and conservation of coastal and marine species and habitats.

We are involved in four specific lines of action:


Our organisation is actively engaged in impactful initiatives in Spain, with a particular focus on the Mediterranean region.

Moreover, we are involved in a variety of European projects that encompass topics such as seabed restoration (OCEAN CITIZEN), sustainable fish and seafood consumption (Sea2See), and the relationship between the ocean and human health (SOPHIE).

In the Americas, our work is mainly focused on the fisheries sector, aiming to mitigate the impact of large vertebrate bycatch, including sea turtles and sharks.

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