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Connecting the dots – ‘Sasi’ and co-management in Maluku, Indonesia

  This post is the second of a 3-part series on the use of customary law (sasi) by communities from Maluku archipelago in Indonesia and how these practices have helped communities to rebuild their fisheries. Read part 1 here. Three


New Research: Community health systems strengthen local resilience in times of crisis

New research published in the journal Sustainability explores the role of community-based health systems in delivering healthcare in resource-poor areas during times of crisis.

Revitalising ‘sasi’ – relying on indigenous laws and traditions to protect the ocean in Maluku – Indonesia

This post is on the use of customary law (sasi) in the Maluku archipelago in Indonesia and how these practices have helped communities to rebuild their fisheries.

A new coalition to reduce bottom trawling and rebuild coastal fisheries

Yesterday saw the launch of a new coalition demanding an end to bottom trawling in coastal waters. The Transform Bottom Trawling (TBT) coalition is working for a world where destructive bottom trawling is removed from coastal waters.

IUCN Marine News 16 - Living with 30x30

Blue Ventures' position on 30x30 is covered in the IUCN Marine News published to coincide with the World Conservation Congress

New research: Fish for the future - benefiting future generations is key motivation for scaling of LMMAs in Madagascar

New research finds that coastal communities in Madagascar are driven to adopt new conservation initiatives for the benefit of future generations.

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