The Stanford Social Innovation Review has published an article, written by Blue Ventures’ Steve Rocliffe, that focuses on the effectiveness of marine conservation models that put communities first.
This closure is the first step in the implementation of a new fisheries management plan that will ultimately benefit traditional fishers, the local marine environment and help reduce pressure on declining shrimp stocks.
As the year draws to an end we’ve pulled together some of the highlights of 2016.
DW have published an article covering our holistic population-health-environment approach, including why gender equality is fundamental to community-led conservation.
The cover story of Change Creator Magazine Issue 6 is the foundation of Blue Ventures by Dr. Alasdair Harris, including an exclusive interview.
In collaboration with partners AMA and CORDIO, and as part of the Our Sea Our Life project, Blue Ventures recently hosted a training workshop for village technicians in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique.
A learning exchange brought over twenty partners, fishers and conservationists from five different countries to Madagascar to learn about community-based fisheries management.
The Community Conservation Research Network have written an article in response to the recent release of the Blue Ventures film “Crossing the ocean – a community exchange.”
Mobile technology is empowering small-scale fisheries to take ownership of what’s landed in their boats, and in their pockets.
A new short film released today tells the remarkable story of two communities traveling thousands of miles to experience different forms of sustainable fisheries management as part of a community exchange initiative between Madagascar and Mexico.