Since 1999, Biosphere Expeditions has committed to running ethical, transparent, and effective volunteering trips. To ensure it deliver on these commitments, it publishes a report for each expedition, which shows in a clear and transparent way the income and expenditure, the percentage of income spent on the project, as well as any research and conservation outcomes and recommendations.
Over the last 17 years, the organisation has delivered over 150,000 hours of voluntourism wildlife conservation & research and helped create protected areas across four continents. Meanwhile, its conservation recommendations and policies have been adopted in countries all over the world. Furthermore, as a non-profit, Biosphere invests all surplus income back into its conservation work, with 1.5 million pounds going directly into conservation projects worldwide, and over half a million pounds as in-kind donations. into local projects and communities.