Dr Al Harris joins the Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs podcast series to talk about the critical need for innovation in the marine conservation sector and more…
Future Oceans is a series of stories exploring disruptive innovations likely to affect marine conservation. In this article Hannah McNeish profiles Blue Ventures work with shark fishers in South West Madagascar.
Our Conservation Programme Manager, Dr Fran Humber was interviewed for a recent edition of Save Our Seas Magazine. Read the full interview here Find out more about our work rebuilding fisheries
Find out what happens when 84 marine conservationists come together to share ideas, celebrate our mission, and dance!
Blue Ventures founder Dr Al Harris is interviewed as a Future Hero on the Thomson Reuters Foundation ‘7 Reasons the world will be sustainable’ website.
Over-fishing threatens not only the survival of shark species, but also impoverished fishing communities in Madagascar, Hannah McNeish reports for Aljazeera.
Hannah McNeish reports for From Our Own Correspondent on BBC Radio 4 on warm orangeade, a tot of rum and some chain-smoking – all part of daily life for the fishermen and women of Madagascar who’ve harnessed new conservation techniques to long-standing traditions.
Our work in Madagascar is featured on ONE.org – an international campaigning and advocacy organization taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
Our Managing Director Richard Nimmo features in a live chat session on the Guardian website covering the advantages for your cv from taking a structured gap year volunteering overseas.
Blue Ventures’ community led approach to rebuilding fisheries is profiled in the article ‘Fishing for success in Madagascar’ in German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW.com).