Innovation and business transformation in the Coral Triangle
In this ideal world of sustainable enterprise, fishers, fish farmers and processors, suppliers and retailers, tourism operators and company owners in the Coral Triangle will be applying best practices to their operations, with visible and measurable results. Blue economy business will be thriving and sustainable
Of the sea, for the sea: A blue economy
HOW WE DO IT: Tools and initiatives
Asia Pacific Sustainable Seafood Network
It also supports WWF’s national offices, promotes dialogues among sectors, builds capacities where needed, and supports fisheries and aquaculture improvement projects to meet the demands of more discriminating local and international markets.
WHAT WE SEE: Objectives
Collaborations with industry, government, and coastal communities are based on the acknowledgement of the importance of a healthy marine ecosystem to food security, livelihoods and long-term economic and environmental stability.
Through its engagement on sustainable marine tourism, WWF aims to demonstrate that through collaborative approaches, marine managed areas in the Coral Triangle will be showcases of responsible marine tourism experiences that benefit the community and conserve resources, while providing visitors with an unforgettable experience.
It also aims to create a new version of “business as usual”—aligning the responsible management of marine ecosystems with the goals of business sustainability.
Through its Innovation and Business Transformation Strategy, WWF aims to create a new version of “business as usual”—aligning the responsible management of marine ecosystems with the goals of business sustainability.