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19 Jun 2017 | CCRES
Indonesia symposium highlights help available to rebuild fisheries
CCRES Chief Scientist Professor Pete Mumby recently spoke at Indonesia’s National Symposium on Coastal and Small Island Conservation 9-10 May 2017 in Jakarta about tools available to help position Marine Protected Areas to rebuild fisheries.
19 Jun 2017 | CCRES
Pilot behaviour change program wheeled out at Selayar
With massively overweight suitcases full of training materials and workbooks, the ‘behaviour change’ team landed at Selayar, Indonesia, during May to deliver its positive environmental behaviour (waste management) pilot program.
19 Jun 2017 | CCRES
Challenges, experiences, excitement
‘Challenges, experiences and excitement’ was the title of our first CCRES newsletter back in April 2014. Today, this headline remains central to the project’s ethos.
19 Jun 2017 | CCRES
Tools, knowledge roadshow kicks off in the Philippines
A year-long schedule of events to showcase the innovative tools and knowledge developed by the CCRES Project kicked off at our pilot site in the Philippines, El Nido, during May.
18 Jun 2017 | CCRES
Ecosystem-based business development workshop a huge success
In mid May the CCRES business development team created a buzz in Benteng, Selayar, Indonesia, by hosting and facilitating a five-day interactive Ecosystem-based Business Development (EbBD) workshop.
22 Dec 2015 | baikal.iwlearn.org
Assisting in the development of international cooperation (meetings in Mongolia)
The project supported the Russian-Mongolian meetings in Mongolia, dedicated to various issues of management of transboundary water resources.
10 Dec 2015 | ctknetwork.org
Economics of Climate Change in the Pacific: Vulnerability of Island Nations
An ADB study details the potential costs of climate change in the Pacific, including modeling of future climate over the region, assessments of impacts on agriculture, fisheries, tourism, and human...
09 Dec 2015 | pemsea.org
Strategies and Actions for the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia
This 1-day workshop brought together investment professionals, financiers, development organizations, local and national government officials, project proponents, business organizations and others to provide background on...
09 Dec 2015 | pemsea.org
Proceedings of the Thematic Workshop on Local Government Financing for Water| Sewage and Sanitation
This 1-day workshop brought together investment professionals, financiers, development organizations, local and national government officials, project proponents, business organizations and others to provide background on...
09 Dec 2015 | pemsea.org
Memorandum of Understanding Between International Bank for Reconstruction and Development| International Development Association and Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia
This 1-day workshop brought together investment professionals, financiers, development organizations, local and national government officials, project proponents, business organizations and others to provide background on...
09 Dec 2015 | gefblueforests.com
News from Charles Darwin University: Assessment of GHG flux from degraded seagrass and mangrove ecosystems
Researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU) are currently finalising field methodologies necessary to undertake a comparative assessment of Green House Gas (GHG) flux from degraded seagrass and mangrove ecosystems in Trang Province, Thailand. The research design involves utilising a photoacoustic gas monitor (an INNOVA 1412) capable of simultaneously measuring the concentration of 5 gases ...
04 Dec 2015 | IW:LEARN
Nations Unite for Oceans: New GEF Publication Captures 20 Years of Ocean Sustainability Impacts
Oceans provide over US$1 trillion annually to the world economy in market goods and services and many times that in non-market amenities. Yet, our oceans are under growing threat from unsustainable practices, including over-fishing, land-based sources of pollution, invasive species and habitat destruction compounded by global climate change.