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Los Cabos Coastkeeper worked to complete a management plan for a Marine Protected Area.
This project will enhance the capacity of Peru to address rampant illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing.
The Chicago Zoological Society will develop new community engagement initiatives centered around the Punta San Juan marine reserve in Peru.
The main goal of this project is to establish three MPAs within Bosnia and Herzegovina to preserve skates, rays, and more endangered marine species.
The campaign will raise public awareness and generate pressure on authorities to investigate and more stringently regulate the industry.
Earthjustice will research the legal options to counter the proposed Rose Canyon Fisheries off the coast of San Diego, which would be the world’s largest aquaculture factory-farm.
This research will map the roles of women in tuna supply chains in the Maldives.
This project aims to better understand coral reef trajectories in the Southern Caribbean in an era of global climate change.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society aimed to fight the looming extinction of the vaquita porpoise, the most endangered marine mammal in the world.
This project represents a first effort to evaluate the performance of Portuguese MPAs.
Earth Law Center’s primary aims to protect the biodiversity and ocean health in the Whale and Dolphin Sanctuary of Uruguay’s EEZ.
Reef Doctor proposes to install artificial reefs to provide alternative habitats for marine lives, bolster local fishing yields, and reduce stress on over fished reefs.
Island Reach worked with the Senewon committee to train locals on how to manage their marine protected area.
A Drones for Whale Research ‘SnotBot’ expedition to Southeast Alaska collected respiratory samples from humpback whales using drones.
OCC-Uruguay identified the major threats to marine conservation along Uruguay’s Atlantic coast and established legislative foundations and public support for change.
Young Marine Explorers, a Bahamian marine conservation organization based on New Providence documented the impacts of Hurricane Matthew on coastal and marine resources.
Wild Me specializes in data management and computer vision solutions to modernize wildlife research, especially where citizen science can be integrated to increase data collection.
Expansion of the debt for adaptation swap to targeted indebted Small Island Developing States will finance implementation of marine spatial plans and increase the resilience of island nations.
The project will collect baseline data on fish, invertebrate, macroalgae and seagrass communities, before installation of an artificial reef at Port Coogee, Western Australia.
Pacific Wild plans to support the Heiltsuk with monitoring and public and media communications during the annual fishery.
This project will improve the conservation of the Scalloped hammerheadshark in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica.
This study contributes to generating information on the current state of yellowfin tuna in the eastern Pacific using new genomic technologies.
MarViva developed recommendations to policymakers on fisheries and traffic regulations protecting threatened species.
This project will develop monitoring programs for Special Management Areas in the Vava’u Archipelago, Tonga.
Conchservation aims to improve sustainability of the Bahamian Queen Conch fishery.
This project will promote and expand a coastal management tool that provides the scientific and legal framework to enable locally-driven community-based management of fisheries stocks.
The ABALOBI initiative is an open, transdisciplinary and social learning endeavor, bringing together various stakeholders, with traditional fishers taking center stage.
This project helped the communities of Koldita and Luikura develop a critical management plan for a new marine protected area adjacent to Koldita Island, Chile.
This project provides participatory training on improvement and adaptation of 23 community fisheries protected areas (FPAs) newly established in Tam Giang lagoon.
This study will critically evaluate the role of census data in the monitoring of nearshore aquatic species, a key component in the evaluation of marine protected areas.