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Collaboration between the world’s leading scientists is crucial in order to combine valuable data and convince decision-makers to take action
Continue reading "A History of Discovery in the Bird’s Head Seascape"
Protecting our planet’s ecosystems and natural resources is a big job, and no one can do it alone. Collaboration between
Continue reading "Indonesia Expedition: Marine Life Abounds in Raja Ampat"
Here at CI, many of our marine conservation activities are grand in nature, focused on connecting distant ecosystems and forging
Continue reading "Floating Education Center Empowers Next Generation in Indonesia"
Several weeks ago, Sebastian Troeng — vice president of CI’s Global Marine division — blogged about a recent encounter with
Continue reading "New Shark Sanctuary Declared in Indonesia"
Kim McCabe is attending CI’s seascapes workshop in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This blog is the continuation of yesterday’s post. I
Continue reading "Back to School, For Kids Big and Small (Part 2 of 2)"
Sebastian Troёng is attending CI’s seascapes workshop in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Read more reports on the meeting from our marine
Continue reading "Raja Ampat’s Underwater Ambassadors"
Destination: Raja Ampat, the Indonesian archipelago in CI’s Bird’s Head Seascape, a network of marine protected areas in the Pacific
Continue reading "Destination: Raja Ampat"
This week, the Jakarta Post ran an op-ed co-authored by Ketut Putra, director of CI’s Marine Program for CI-Indonesia, and
Continue reading "West Papua: Marine Management at Scale"