Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle

 
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle has made updates to their project page.
    • 1 year ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle has received 18 donations
    • 2 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Conservation fellows gain fishers' trust
    By - Julie McCord - Manager, Communications
    Kamaka village has dollar signs in its eyes. Its reputation of being financially opportunistic is well known throughout neighboring communities of Triton Bay, Indonesia. One of Kamaka’s town leaders relentlessly collects fees for any access to village waters. Rare Conservation Fellow Wida Sulistyaningrum recently...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Talking With Conservation Fellow Renante Cempron
    By - Julie McCord - Director, Communications
    The islanders of Hambongan, Philippines keep no secrets. The 643 inhabitants are virtually all related. The clichéd white sand beaches and azure waters that shift hues with drifting clouds belie a cruel, well-known reality. In recent decades, fish catches have plummeted and the fishers have responded with...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Success in Triton Bay
    By - Elizabeth Rocci - Development Assistant
    *Photo: Wilda Sulistyaningrum maps no-take zones with local fishermen. In 2010, collaborating with local and international partners, Rare launched its most ambitious project ever: reducing overfishing at 22 sites in the Coral Triangle. Overfishing in the Coral Triangle threatens not only the richest concentration of marine...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle has received 19 donations
    • 3 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Rally for the Reefs
    By - Erin Dale - Individual Giving Assistant
    The squeals of screaming schoolgirls reverberated throughout the packed auditorium as a troop of Filipino dancers interpreted the significance of the ocean and marine biodiversity. On October 25, Rare Conservation Fellow Renante “Tian” Cempron kicked off a campaign to protect the marine resources of his...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    No-Fishing Areas Declared in Bird's Head Seascape
    By - Michelle Yu - Development Temp
    The heavy rains did not relent for the milestone ceremony declaring four new no-fishing zones and one limited-fishingarea in the spectacular southern section of Bird’s Head Seascape known as Triton Bay in West Papua, Indonesia. Rare Conservation Fellow Wida Sulistyaningrum had been working for years with her...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Importance of Marine Resources in the Philippines
    By - John Chase - Individual Giving Coordinator
    Interview with Stuart Green - Protecting Marine Resources in the Philippines In this video, Stuart Green, Director of Rare's Philippines Program, shares the importance of protecting marine resources in the region. http://www.youtube.com/v/fpNtjkoeX54&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&version=3
    • 4 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle has received 10 donations
    • 4 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle posted a progress report
    Coral Triangle Fellows Prepare to Launch Campaigns
    By - John Chase - Coordinator, Individual Giving
    The Coral Triangle cohort consists of 22 sites across Indonesia and the Philippines, and each Rare Conservation Fellow is focusing on a single site in order to better respect the local context in which the fishermen are operating.  As the Fellows finish up their 11th week of training, they are applying the theory of...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Reduce Overfishing in the Coral Triangle has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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Organization

Rare

Arlington, VA, United States
http://www.rareconservation.org

Project Leader

Boriana Ditcheva

Arlington, VA United States

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