In the Media

6
Oct

Caribbean Culture + Lifestyle: What’s on the menu? Lionfish!

Caribbean Culture + Lifestyle reported on a recent lionfish dinner event, hosted at well known Belize City restaurant, Nerie’s, in partnership with Blue Ventures.

1
Oct

The Skoll Foundation: Revived and Resilient: Locally Managed Marine Areas in Madagascar

A new web feature from The Skoll Foundation explores the diverse models of eight of its social entrepreneurs, including Blue Ventures’ Executive Director Alasdair Harris.

6
Sep

Thomson Reuters: Executive Perspective: Entering uncharted waters – ocean conservation key to the future

An opinion piece from Blue Ventures’ Alasdair Harris and WWF’s John Tanzer gives two examples of successful community-led coastal conservation efforts in Madagascar and Indonesia.

1
Sep

SEVENSEAS Media: Feature Destination: Bacalar Chico Dive Camp

Belize was the “feature destination” for SEVENSEAS Media in September 2017, and they shared a Blue Ventures photo story about Bacalar Chico Dive Camp.

30
Aug

The San Pedro Sun: Blue Ventures and Belize Fisheries Department educate islanders on the impact of lionfish on the marine ecosystem

On August 23rd a meeting was held at the San Pedro Lions Den with the goal of educating the public on the impact of lionfish to the marine ecosystem.

25
Aug

Enterprising Oxford: Alasdair Harris, Founder of Blue Ventures

Dr Alasdair Harris, Blue Ventures’ Executive Director, was recently interviewed by Enterprising Oxford about social entrepreneurship.

16
Aug

Google Earth: This is Home

Blue Ventures partnered with Google Earth to help capture and tell the story of a home in southwest Madagascar.

25
Jul

DW: Madagascar: No more fish? We’ll farm seaweed instead

DW recently published a piece about the impacts of declining fish stocks and climate change on coastal communities in Madagascar, and the alternative livelihoods that these communities are turning to as fishing becomes unsustainable.

10
Jul

Thomson Reuters Foundation: The untold cost of cost-effectiveness in family planning

#MoreThanTheSum – partnerships among health and environmental groups are reaching isolated communities previously deemed too expensive or difficult to serve.

6
Jul

Phys.org: Deep water corals glow in the dark to survive

Scientists from the University of Southampton have found that corals survive in deep water by making a special type of fluorescent protein.

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