For a decade, CI Indonesia has been working in the Kaimana region to restore the health of the ocean and the well-being of the community.
There are two keys to protecting our oceans: funding and staff. Without these elements, we’re putting our oceans at risk.
CI’s head of oceans, ʻAulani Wilhelm, is traveling through critical marine areas onboard a traditional Polynesian vessel.
The regency of Kaimana in eastern Indonesia serves as a role model for sustainable fisheries.
There is no silver bullet for stopping illegal fishing. Fortunately, advances in modern technology hold significant promise.
An inside look into how the world’s “biggest common resource” is managed — or not.
Overfishing continues to push global fish populations to the brink of collapse. Smartphone apps can help change that.
Recent research by Conservation International’s Costa Rica office found that the problem is worse than previously thought.
Changing tastes and policies in China — spurred in part by conservation campaigns — have created breathing room for Indonesia’s sharks.
From local police to the president himself, Indonesia is cracking down on the illegal capture of its valuable marine life.