Tag - film

28
May

The Economist: How sea cucumbers can help the ocean

The latest short film from the Economist focuses on community-based sea cucumber farming in southwest Madagascar

22
May

Blog: Behind the lens: how communities helped craft a global film about locally led marine management

Communities in Comoros, Indonesia and Madagascar filmed the openings of their temporary octopus fishery closures, bringing their own unique perspectives to this marine management approach.

16
Apr

The Dugong & Seagrass Conservation Project: Timor-Leste

The Dugong & Seagrass Conservation Project have produced a film showcasing the community-based conservation work of Blue Ventures in Timor-Leste

22
Mar

Blog: Farming the sea: sharing learning in Zanzibar

Our aquaculture team shared their experiences with community-based sea cucumber farming at a learning exchange in Zanzibar.

6
Nov

IPNLF: The Value of Small-Scale Fisheries

A collaborative film produced by IPNLF, Asosiasi Perikanan Pole & Line dan Handline, Masyarakat Perikanan dan Indonesia, and Blue Ventures highlights why small-scale fisheries should be prioritised in global supply chains.

29
Jun

The St Andrews Prize: TEDx Talk – Dr Vik Mohan, Blue Ventures

Following his TEDx talk on Blue Ventures holistic approach to conservation, Dr Vik Mihan was interviewed by The St Andrews Prize for the Environment.

7
Jun

Thalassa: Chasseur de poulpe à Madagascar

Dans un reportage exclusif en ligne intitulé “Chasseur de poulpe à Madagascar,” Thalassa a relaté les travaux de Blue Ventures dans le LMMA Velondriake au sud-ouest de Madagascar.

18
Oct

Blog: Explore Madagascar Overland: sometimes the longer route is better

Our Madagascar volunteers have the opportunity to experience some of the country’s spectacular scenery and iconic wildlife before their expedition even begins!

14
Mar

Blog: What does kung fu have to do with octopus fishing?

The making of “Tovo the octopus gleaner”, a Vezo film featuring intense kung fu action and a mysterious octopus mermaid designed to spread good fisheries practices!

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