Sustainable seaweed aquaculture, when farmed well, can relieve pressure on wild stock fishery resources and provides numerous ecological, social, political, and economic benefits.
This course enables participants to confidently navigate the Global Mangrove Watch platform and learn how to utilize its data and tools in support of the effective management of mangroves.
April 25 at 6:00 pm EDT (UTC -4). Speakers from RRAP Modelling and Decision Support Sub-Program will share several examples of how structured decision making has been used to progress several areas of strategic reef management.
April 20, 2022 at 2:00 pm EDT/8:00 am HST. Experts from ERG will share findings from their recent research which involved synthesizing data from global sources and models for wastewater management to increase understanding of global opportunities for greenhouse gas mitigation.
New series of online activities and events to discuss and demystify the issue of ocean sewage pollution and innovative approaches being used to address it.
Providing mentorship and support to Hawai’i marine managers and practitioners to help them develop and implement their communication plans for priority projects related to reef restoration, sustainable fishing, community-based monitoring, and marine managed areas
We share how local government officials meaningfully engaged their community to design a Resilience Strategy for the Ningaloo Coast in Western Australia through the Resilient Reefs Initiative.
This course features seven newly updated online lessons and live webinars and discussion forums with global experts.
How can we develop sustainable tourism plans that are adaptable to the unique and changing circumstances at local reef sites, while simultaneously supporting local livelihoods and generating income that supports conservation?
Reef managers have important roles to play before, during, and after coral bleaching events.
Join the Coral Restoration Consortium’s Field-Based Propagation Working Group and expert coral restoration practitioners from around the world for an introduction to restoration methods for a variety of non-branching coral species.
In November 2021, the Reef Resilience Network hosted a three-week mentored online course on ocean wastewater pollution.
Understand how wastewater pollution threatens ocean and human health and what strategies and solutions are available to mitigate wastewater pollution in the ocean.
The new Wastewater Pollution Toolkit demystifies the complex issue of ocean sewage and wastewater pollution providing the latest science and strategies to help marine managers address sewage threats and protect marine systems and human health