Viewpoints by Jackie Thomas
VIEWPOINT: Women and youth in conservation
Jackie pays tribute to the extraordinary women who are part of the movement that is turning the ...
VIEWPOINT: Forging ahead while sticking to your roots
Three years after the WWF Coral Triangle programme staff met in Brisbane to review the initiative's ...
VIEWPOINT: Valuing mantas and sharks for tourism and local livelihoods
Amidst the disheartening news of continual decline in tuna fish stocks and the cruel practice of ...
VIEWPOINT: Blue jobs in a blue world – What does that mean in the Solomon Islands?
Tuning in to the ABC, Jackie picks up a story that points to a classic Catch 22 situation (with a ...
VIEWPOINT : Continuing the legacy of creating lasting impacts in the Coral Triangle
When Jackie came to the Pacific 10 years ago as volunteer, she was posted as conservation manager ...
VIEWPOINT : Marine Protected Areas mean MORE fish and MORE jobs
How do we plug the holes in our (sea)food basket, asks Lida in this month's Viewpoint.
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 ...