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Study shows how to maximize mangroves as climate and community solution

by Sílvia Lisboa and Maurício Brum on 8 August 2023

Photo : Nadia Bood WWF Belize


Jade Delevaux bridges science and capacity development to support the use of #NaturalCapital approaches around the world.


SPOTLIGHT: Pacific R2R Programme welcomes new Science and National Project Team Leader

Posted by Inga Mangisi-Mafileo on 22-Jun-2020


New research paper reveals land to sea connection for restoration and conservation in data-poor regions

June 24, 2021: Pacific Community

The Journal of Conservation Biology just published a new study about the interactions between land-use and marine ecosystems.


After a year without tourists, Kauai's rugged coast reopens

June 20, 2019: NBC News

The reopening of Kūhiō Highway could be a game-changer as the state looks to limit tourists and better manage the island's natural treasures.


Place-based management can protect coral reefs in a changing climate

April 25, 2019: Science Daily 

Scientists have applied new computer models to identify where cesspool conversion and marine conservation efforts will minimize human impacts on coral reefs.


Scientists in Fiji examine how forest conservation helps coral reefs

August 29, 2018: 

Researchers are discovering how forest conservation in Fiji can minimize the impact of human activities on coral reefs and their fish populations.


Holy Mackerel, With No Tourists In Sight The Fish Are Returning To Kauai’s North Shore

August 8, 2018: 

Local fishermen say the impact of the April storm on tourism has been a boon to the fish population.


Opportunity To Restore Abundance To Hawaiian Reef Fisheries

May 26, 2018: Eurasia review 

A recently published study identified areas in the Hawaiian Islands that would provide the greatest increase in coastal fishery stocks, if effectively managed.

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