A new blue carbon methodology has added mangrove & seagrass conservation as verified sources of emission reductions, helping to safeguard these ecosystems and bolster coastal resilience.
Lalao Aigrette’s, Blue Ventures’ National Blue Forests Programme Lead in Madagascar, recent article in WIOMSA’s magazine discusses participatory mangrove conservation in the Bay of Assassins.
The IUCN lists Tahiry Honko as one of ten key projects developing sustainable coastal management around the world.
Stories from colleagues, friends and community members who dedicate their lives to the mangroves of Madagascar
Journey into the dense mangroves of Sembilang National Park where we are working with Yayasan Hutan Biru to protect these magnificent forests
Groundbreaking new research helps to shed light on the fate of the carbon stored in mangrove soils following deforestation, emphasising the importance of conservation in the face of the climate emergency.
Since joining Blue Ventures, Christelle has successfully captured wild bee colonies and travelled the length of Madagascar to learn more about community-led beekeeping.
In this photo story, Earth Island Journal explains the concept of blue carbon and the issues that surround it, using case studies of conservation organisations alongside stunning imagery.
As the year draws to an end we’ve pulled together some of the highlights of 2016.
This thoughtful article focuses on the mangrove forests in Madagascar’s Bay of Assassins, and interviews our Blue Forests Coordinator, Lalao Aigrette.