Over the past year, three of our senior staff in Madagascar have been working with the Earth Skills Network to reflect on, and improve, the management of our conservation programmes.
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.
John D. Sutter, a columnist for CNN Opinion, recently spent a week with Blue Ventures staff in Southwest Madagascar to write a story about climate change, coral bleaching, and the impact that these changes have on coastal communities.
National Geographic have released a video featuring our Country Coordinator for Belize, Jennifer Chapman, and the Belize Lionfish Jewelry group.
A new study by Blue Ventures offers a potential solution to the growing threat posed by non-native invasive lionfish in Belize.
This article exploring the links between conservation and family planning features Blue Ventures’ work.
Meeting today’s growing conservation challenges requires that we find new ways of thinking about and practicing conservation, rooted in solving social problems through scalable methods and prototypes that deliver results.
The Belioness lionfish jewelry group gather from across Belize to develop a shared vision for their social enterprise; United women, empowered communities, and a healthy, beautiful reef.
Africa Geographic Magazine has published an article investigating which organisations offering volunteering experiences in Africa are actually promoting good practices by providing wildlife, local communities and volunteers with opportunities that will make a significant difference.