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The Coral Triangle in the spotlight at the World Parks Congress
The Coral Triangle figured prominently in discussions at the recent IUCN World Parks Congress, held ...
Filipino fishermen stand up for their sanctuaries
In Taytay, Palawan, in the Philippines, local fishers are learning what it means to be true ...
REACTION: But is it fresh?
"I recently overheard a fishmonger at a public market in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines ...
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James Morgan on the Coral Triangle - ClapwayJames Morgan on the Coral Triangle
James Morgan's film, James Morgan on the Coral Triangle, is both a marine story and conservation story told through the lens of a photographer and filmmaker. As such, his video incorporates two styles of documentation: photos and video clips. By ...
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Coral Triangle could be last bastion for planet's beleaguered reefs - The Guardian
The GuardianCoral Triangle could be last bastion for planet's beleaguered reefs
But according to the Catlin Seaview Survey, a multi-year project to map the world's coral reefs, there may be evidence that certain reefs in the Coral Triangle could resist longer than others. The project is using cutting-edge camera technology and a ...
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The Bajau once spent most of their lives at sea, but overfishing means that ... - BBC NewsThe Bajau once spent most of their lives at sea, but overfishing means that ...
When I met the Bajau sea nomads of the Coral Triangle, they were the first people I had ever met who had spent more time at sea than on land. I've seen most of the world's oceans over the years, from the Middle East to South America and the Arctic.