A new paper recently published explores public perceptions about a blue carbon Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) scheme in southwest Madagascar.
The highly destructive fishing method will be banned in a new exclusion zone stretching from the water’s edge to two nautical miles offshore.
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Blue Ventures is thrilled to welcome new board members to join its Board of Trustees to further strengthen the organisation’s governance.
Blue Ventures is thrilled to be supporting the launch of a dynamic new Indonesian conservation organisation, Yayasan Pesisir Lestari.
Natasha Houseman, formerly chief operating officer at leading sustainability non profit Forum for the Future, has been appointed Blue Ventures’ managing director.
In an article for Chatham House, an international affairs think tank, Mialy Andriamahefazafy writes of the resilience of the people of Madagascar.
Birgit Hermann (country director) and Oldegar ‘Ollie’ Massinga (operations manager) who head up the Blue Ventures team in Timor-Leste, reflect on five years of working with communities to drive locally led marine conservation in the country.
In an article for China Dialogue, environmental journalist Catherine Early discusses the global plans to protect more of the Earth with protected areas and explores whether there should be a focus on quality over quantity.