Landmark Philippines policy levies 0.2% seafood export fee for conservation
Recent developments with a levy on seafood exports from the Philippines herald good news for both ...
Pacific Islands Roundtable for Nature Conservation explores the Green/Blue Economy
As countries around the world prepare for the Rio+20 conference in 2012, the theme for the 14th ...
Transforming Tuna Handline Fisheries in the Philippines
Early in 2011, the Partnership Programme Towards Sustainable Tuna (PPTST) started implementing ...
WWF-Indonesia gives Sustainable Seafood a Boost
That the oceans are straining to provide enough to meet the growing needs of humans is hardly ...
EXPERT OPINION: Devy Suradji (WWF-Indonesia Marketing and Communications Director)
Devy Suradji shares her experiences in promoting sustainable behaviour change, and the sustainable ...
Making Waves: The ASEAN SEAFDEC Conference on Sustainable Fisheries for Food Security Towards 2020
Jointly organized by ASEAN and the Southeast Asia Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) with the ...
Cebu Pacific and WWF Pledge to Protect Philippines’ Great Reefs!
Home to prehistoric coelacanths, colossal blue whales, ancient marine turtles and millions of ...
Sweet news for environment as sustainable sugar comes to market
A mill in Sao Paulo, Brazil has become the first to have its sugar cane production certified under ...
The great Coral Triangle treasure hunt
In celebration of World Ocean's Day, Gregg Yan from WWF-Philippines shares a tale straight from the ...
EXPERT INTERVIEW: Cristina Eghenter (WWF-Indonesia Social Development Senior Adviser)
Cristina Eghenter talks about why it is so important to measure the social impact of ...
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