Oikonos studies and protects imperiled ecosystems by engaging diverse communities through innovative scientific and artistic collaborations.
501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in U.S. & NGO in Chile
What does Oikonos mean?
The name Oikonos is derived from Greek and Latin roots and is pronounced “oi·kô´·nôs.” The literal translation of “oikos” is home. The root “konos” is derived from the Latin “cognoscere,” which means to recognize, learn, inquire or examine. Hence we define Oikonos as ecosystem knowledge.
On Oahu, Oikonos offices at Hawai‘i Pacific University at the Oceanic Institute, Waimanalo, HI
Mailing & Billing:
P.O. Box 1918
Kailua, HI 96734 USA
Phone: +1 (808) 228-4463
In Santa Cruz, Oikonos works in the Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care and Research Center and our shared office in midtown.
P.O. Box 2570, Santa Cruz, CA 95063
Phone: +1 (831) 515-8558
Oikonos staff works from three nests: Juan Fernández Islands, Isla Mocha, Valparaíso and Santiago.
San Juan Bautista
Isla Robinson Crusoe
V Region Chile