I jumped at the chance to visit Silonay, a coastal community thought to be especially vulnerable to climate change.
This case represents a significant milestone for the local government in its fight to protect these beautiful, vital waters.
Three million people depend on fish from Cambodia’s highly threatened Tonle Sap Lake.
This was the first time I had seen so visibly the tangible impacts of CI’s work.
My questions for the community seemed absurd — until I tried a different tactic.
This technology will benefit the growing marine tourism industry in this corner of the Pacific.
The proof is in the numbers: Our use of many marine resources is simply unsustainable.
This year, I have seen Indonesia take incredible steps to protect these fascinating — and valuable — creatures.
To protect our ocean, we need to be innovative yet remain rooted in our culture and beliefs.
The government census says that there are 160 fishermen in Oecussi … but the number is probably much higher.