The Union Island Environmental Alliance (UIEA), is in serious need of help.

The impact of Hurricane Beryl has been devastating. Homes have been destroyed, lives have been lost, communities are in ruins and this diverse ecosystem is in tatters.

Union Island is a shining beacon of our conservation efforts in the Caribbean – from preserving species to adapting to climate change – but the 150mph winds have demolished our ability to protect nature there.

All the infrastructure on the island is gone, and we can currently only reach the team via satellite phone – so we don’t know the full extent of the damage.

This island is home to the entire global population of the already critically endangered Union Island gecko. We don’t yet know how bad the damage to their habitat is, but the building for the project set up to protect them has been flattened.

The island, its species, our partners and its people now face a mammoth challenge.

Please donate today, and help our partners rebuild their lives and livelihoods and rescue our conservation programme.

100% of your donation will reach Union Island.

Nature is resilient and so are the people of Union Island – but they urgently need your help.

Fauna & Flora International


Union Island is the most southerly of the Grenadines. It has diverse terrestrial vegetation ranging from savannah, thickets, mangroves, complex forest systems to secluded white sand beaches; its marine environment is equally impressive. The UIEA was established to safeguard the environment, which is crucial to the survival of Union Island as a tourism destination.


Vision Statement

An eco-friendly, sustainable, economically sound, united Union Island for all


Mission Statement

To prevent and reverse environmental degradation and depletion of our island's natural resources, to nurture our ecological and cultural diversity and secure sustainable livelihoods

Our Work

Community Outreach


Water Security

Climate Change Adaptation

Culture & Heritage

Responsible Tourism

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The work of the Union Island Environmental Alliance relies on the support of visitors and other stakeholder groups. Please consider supporting our projects and helping us make a difference on Union Island.