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17
Mar

National Geographic: Communities Leading the Way to Save Madagascar’s Mangroves

Our Madagascar country coordinator, Brian Jones, talks about how local communities are leading the way to save Madagascar’s mangroves in this article featured on National Geographic’s Ocean Views.
02
Mar

Fish Farmer Magazine: Community farms feed families

Blue Ventures are featured in the March 2015 edition of Fish Farmer Magazine (pages 14-17) in an article exploring the success of our aquaculture projects.
23
Feb

Para Todos La 2: Protecting the marine ecosystem: BV is featured on RTVE

Blue Ventures were featured on Spain's RTVE channel where Antonella Broglia, a Social Innovation Expert, explains how our volunteer expeditions are an excellent example of sustainable tourism supporting marine conservation.
06
Jan

Seeking Sharks: National Geographic Explorer Moment of the Week

BV's Fran Humber is featured as part of National Geographic's Explorer Moment of the Week. In this short article Fran talks about shark fishing in Madagascar's remote southwest.

18
Dec

Mangrove deforestation in Madagascar: What are the options?

Dr Trevor Jones talks about the importance of mangroves for the coastal communities of Madagascar, and what we can do to protect them, in this article featured on National Geographic's Ocean Views.

16
Dec

Making Waves In Madagascar

Midwives and sea cucumber farmers join a grassroots movement to protect the Indian Ocean’s underwater marvels; a holistic approach that is shining a light on the future of conservation. Ocean Watch feature in the Scuba Diving Open Planet magazine.
06
Dec

Charting a course for sustainable small-scale fisheries

Stone Town, Zanzibar – Blue Ventures led a landmark meeting in Zanzibar, bringing together 65 delegates from 13 countries across east Africa and the western Indian Ocean to discuss strategies to improve the management of Africa’s small-scale fisheries .

01
Dec

Madagascar's bold blue vision puts communities at centre of marine protection

Sydney, Australia – Madagascar’s President Rajaonarimampianina has committed to triple the country’s marine protected areas and establish a legal framework to protect community management of fishing grounds.

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