Recently launched community-empowerment and environmental training program that helps address challenges to farming seaweed sustainably in Zanzibar
Sustainable seaweed aquaculture, when farmed well, can relieve pressure on wild stock fishery resources and provides numerous ecological, social, political, and economic benefits.
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.
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.
Join Katie Velasco from Rare’s Center for Behavior & the Environment as she explains why we need behaviorally-informed solutions to address the problem of ocean sewage pollution.
Aquaculture experts will discuss the development of sustainable finfish aquaculture in coral reef areas.
Join us to learn more about the Global Fund for Coral Reefs (GFCR, or the Fund). This exciting blended finance vehicle will seek to invest US $500 million in coral reef conservation over the next 10 years!