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We came to hear stories of marine protection from those making it happen: the local people.
Continue reading "The Guardians of Raja Ampat: Community-Driven Conservation in Indonesia"
Encouraged by their value for tourism, Indonesia has granted full protection for both species of manta ray.
Continue reading "Indonesia Gives Mantas A New ‘Ray of Hope’"
A stunning new IMAX 3D film features the students of this unique environmental education program.
Continue reading "Indonesian Floating Classroom Comes to the Big Screen"
Guest blogger Shawn Heinrichs shares tales — and stunning photos — from a recent manta ray expedition.
Continue reading "Manta Ray Research Boosts Smart Policies and Ecotourism in Indonesia"
This case represents a significant milestone for the local government in its fight to protect these beautiful, vital waters.
Continue reading "13 Illegal Fishers Jailed in Indonesia’s Raja Ampat Archipelago"
This year, I have seen Indonesia take incredible steps to protect these fascinating — and valuable — creatures.
Continue reading "Newest ‘Walking’ Shark Heralds Brighter Future for Indonesia’s Sharks and Rays"
CI’s Meity Mongdong explains how this prestigious award will benefit her team’s work.
Continue reading "Pew Marine Fellowship Will Help Reduce Illegal Fishing in Indonesia"
This news is the latest indication that the tide is turning for shark conservation.
Continue reading "Raja Ampat Launches Indonesia’s First Shark Sanctuary"
These reefs need protection in order to continue supporting the biodiversity and people that rely on them.
Continue reading "More Fisheries Management Needed in Indonesian Waters"