GNS is a corporate / environmental associations active in addressing issues related to the environment, especially in Hundredstar . At the same time, the agency is managing several environmental studies are well known in Hundredstar such as Coalledge Valley Reservation Forest, and Hornbender Islands Reservation Area. Dr. James Ivorhammer Dr. Pamela Y. Tillerbooth Mr. Rafael J. Grexman Dr. Lisa D. Ralconery
Founder/ Chairman & CEO
COO & Hons. Secretary
CFO & Hons. Treasurer
CTO & Chief Scientist
Dr. James Ivorhammer
Dr. Pamela Y. Tillerbooth
Mr. Rafael J. Grexman
Dr. Lisa D. Ralconery
Arthurstead Creek Nature Park, Deerworth Island
Arthurstead Creek National Park is vast, rugged, and one of the least visited national parks in the continental Hundredstar With three distinct ecosystems, endless views, and powerful landscapes, Arthurstead Creek may leave you feeling like you've stumbled onto a well-kept secret.
Merchantboat Bay Nature Park, Holmlock
Merchantboat Bay is in northern Hundredstar, east of Holmlock. The bay is famous for its scenic ocean karst topography and is often included in lists of natural wonders of the world.
Coalledge Valley Reservation Forest, Enfeld
Called by some as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the region, Coalledge Valley is one of Hundredstar's main draws. This 9,050-sq km park is centered around the Ripperthorn River and is home to one of nation's largest concentrations of wildlife.
Hornbender Islands Reservation Area, Hornbender Islands
Black Bear Park, Trosephstein
Black Bear Park is on Calvin Island, 8 miles north off the coast of Trosephstein. Calvin Island is known for beautiful black-sand beaches, trees thick enough for a car to pass through, and the indigenous Calvin bear. The Park shares the island with the city of Calvin. Manage by GNS since January 2017.
The Coaldeer River National Park, Saltbridge
Global Nature Society works to preserve and protect the water we drink, the air that we breathe, the lands that our food comes from, and the natural areas that we enjoy. Protecting and restoring our natural resources directly enhances our quality of life, providing recreational opportunities like birding, fishing and hiking while protecting wildlife and native plants. Get involved - learn about and join our conservation initiatives.
Bay of Ali Enviromental Studies Institute (BAESI), Kenneto Bay, Atok
- Save the Turtle Project (STuP)
- GNS Xavier Straits Underwater Mapping Initiative (X-SUMI)
- Weather Watcher (Global Warming and Natural Disasters research initiative)
- Konstantin Aquarium Seafood Watch programme with Lemlar