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New Research: Community-based monitoring highlights extent of traditional shark fishery

A new study presents the first multi-year assessment of a small-scale Indian Ocean shark fishery. A network of trained community-based data collectors documented catches over a six year period from 2007-2012 along several hundred kilometres of southern Madagascar’s remote and arid Mozambique Channel coastline.

Blog: A journey for education: from Madagascar to Canada to study ocean governance

Feno Hanitriniala from our Education team leaves Madagascar for the first time so that she can bring back an increased knowledge of marine management to the youth of Velondriake

News Deeply: Condoms and Conservation: Using Birth Control to Help Save the Planet

Our Health-Environment Partnerships Manager, Laura Robson, was interviewed by News Deeply about the inception of Blue Ventures' Safidy programme.

Explore: Wildlife of the Mangroves

Wildlife of the Mangroves exhibits new research from the Blue Forests team that has revealed the incredible richness of Madagascar’s mangrove birds and lemurs.

Blog: Fishing for data

Fisheries reconstructions in Madagascar are helping to improve the accuracy of historical catch data, allowing more accurate understanding of the sustainability of this vital resource.

Stanford Social Innovation Review: Five Ways to Advance Conservation Entrepreneurship

Meeting today’s growing conservation challenges requires that we find new ways of thinking about and practicing conservation, rooted in solving social problems through scalable methods and prototypes that deliver results.

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