Launch of first widely accessible tool to map and monitor mangrove forests at a locally relevant scale, helping guide mangrove conservation and restoration projects worldwide
We’ve partnered with the newly launched Only One media platform to tell stories inspired by our community-led marine conservation work around the coastal tropics.
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.
Stories from colleagues, friends and community members who dedicate their lives to the mangroves of Madagascar
In an article from MPA News, the role of blue carbon in funding marine conservation initiatives around the world is highlighted, featuring two mangrove restoration projects that are forging a path for blue carbon finance. Our efforts in Tahiry Honko, the world’s largest mangrove carbon conservation project based in southwest Madagascar, are referenced as an …
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.
Saturday 21st March marked International Day of Forests 2020, established by the United Nations (UN). As an organisation whose work centres around the natural environment, and with our pioneering Blue Forests programme, we wanted to join in the celebration. We created a short video to showcase the invaluable role that mangrove forests play, as a …
Since joining Blue Ventures, Christelle has successfully captured wild bee colonies and travelled the length of Madagascar to learn more about community-led beekeeping.