Viewpoints by Lida Pet-Soede
VIEWPOINT: Why some facts are worth crying over
Many people hate to say “I told you so,” for fear of being seen as righteous or wanting to have the ...
VIEWPOINT : Moving towards a more responsible life reef food fish industry
Diving under a full moon, Lida and WWF-Indonesia colleagues find Komodo National Park swarming with ...
VIEWPOINT : The art of worrying about food and livelihood security
Against a backdrop of worrying statistics on livelihoods and seafood, Lida dishes out some useful ...
VIEWPOINT: Why We Need to Support Collaboration in the Coral Triangle with Ratification
“One of the best collegial, constructive, and solutions-oriented workshops I have been to in a long ...
VIEWPOINT : Babies and Bombs at Banta
Back once more in the stunning reef underwater world of Komodo, Lida and her family experience ...
VIEWPOINT: What a Difference a Day Makes
Almost a year ago, the Coral Triangle received a royal treatment during a regional extravaganza of ...
VIEWPOINT: Are we gathering the right data (or how to stop searching for more when the answers are right in front of us)
Lack of solid data on the state of ecosystems has often been used as an excuse for ...
VIEWPOINT: Looking ahead to a busy year
"At the end of the year one often looks back. This time, I want to look ahead," says Lida, before ...
VIEWPOINT : Marine Protected Areas - Money in the Bank for Fisheries Sustainability
The benefits of, and the need for MPAs in Coral Triangle countries is no longer debated. Now, ...
VIEWPOINT: From Buzz Words to Real Action
Lida sees too much effort and time are spent on creating and debating possible definitions for ...
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