Our recent PLOS one paper has been featured in this Telegraph article exploring issues of development aid funding and the success of long term, locally led, fisheries management.
Our Dr Garth Cripp’s writes for Ashoka on Forbes.com on the findings of our recent PLOS ONE paper showing that marine management pays for local fishers in Southwest Madagascar.
The findings of our PLOS ONE paper were highlighted with stunning photos in an article on Mongabay.
Blue Ventures’ founder and executive director Dr Alasdair Harris joined a global call from 19 leading marine NGOs published in The Times to mark World Ocean’s Day 2015.
Our Belize Country Coordinator, Jen Chapman, talks to Wake Up Belize about lionfish! We’re running jewellery making workshops using lionfish spines and fins this summer adding extra value to the catch and empowering local women to set up sustainable business.
As civil society groups advocate for progress on maternal and child health at the World Health Assembly this week, recent experiences in Madagascar demonstrate how community mobilisation can bring about positive change.
Blue Ventures’ community conservation model is featured in The Ecologist.
London, UK – Google Maps launches first-ever Street View imagery of Madagascar, allowing a global audience to explore the world’s fourth largest island for the first time.
Our work supporting community fisheries management in Madagascar is profiled in The Guardian.
Exposure lists Blue Ventures as one of the top non-profits using this storytelling platform to advance their mission.