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Sophie Benbow May 2
Great to see the wonderful work of profiled here. Amazing results and some very positive to shout about!
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Native Oyster Network - UK & Ireland May 3
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Matt Tietbohl Jul 22
Meet Two Generations of Leading Ocean Protectors via Great interview with 2 ocean conservation rockstars! & are some damn amazing scientists & advocates! @ConservationOptimism
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Daniel Steadman 3 Jul 18
Fantastic story of marine ecosystem protection and recovery through improving artisanal fisheries management in ; happy, local, low-impact fishers operating in a well managed MPA = reduced threats to megafauna and a more intact food web
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Emily G Cunningham 26 Jun 18
Incredibly inspiring talk from Tavake Pacomio about the Rapa Nui MPA at . An MPA “created by passion”, championed throughout by the community. Keep going with your mission 2 work. Maururu, Tavi!
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Marianne Teoh 25 Jun 18
for in Canada: Canadian government announces measures to help save key whale species
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oceans inc 26 Jun 18
New research indicates that the ochre stars have evolved resilience to the consequences of . via .
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Marianne Teoh 26 Jun 18
NEWS: The Once-Thought-Extinct Neptune's Cup Sponge has been discovered in Cambodia, reinforcing marine conservation efforts in the region
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IMCC6 26 Jun 18
Dr. Joseph shares some good news about green nesting in Malaysia, despite heavy pressure from turtle nest harvesting! Some though the picture is more grim for other species
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Henry Duffy 26 Jun 18
some this afternoon with sharing the story of fishery closures & catalysing @IMCC2018
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Marine Conservation 27 Jun 18
looks beyond single-use plastics to help reduce ocean , via
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Global Mangrove Alliance 27 Jun 18
This is great news for too! These forests are directly connected to reef systems, so a win for reefs is a win for mangroves
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Marianne Teoh 25 Jun 18
Without local leadership, marine conservation simply won't work. So important to hear this from the amazing John Aini, today's plenary speaker @IMCC2018, who leads an indigenous NGO in Papua New Guinea
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Marianne Teoh 25 Jun 18
Using local knowledge to inform community-led and development in - excellent presentation by Phallin Chea from , who I believe is the first Cambodian speaker at an IMCC!
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Marianne Teoh 24 Jun 18
sharing v impressive research into drivers of effectiveness, demonstrating the power of markets and social drivers. Loving the excellent too! @IMCC2018
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Citizens of the Sea 23 Jun 18
We need everyone on the side of the planet which is also means on the side of people - "unlikely" advocates all welcome
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Ocean Champions 23 Jun 18
reef ‘oases’ that thrive amid threats give hope for conservation, via
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CMS_UTas 23 Jun 18
CMS students & @rachel19191 have arrived in Kuching for ! Follow both for updates on &
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Oceanwire 24 Jun 18
A ban on fishing in the Arctic for the next 16 years has been agreed upon by "[t]he EU and nine of the world’s major fishing nations – including Canada, Russia, China, the US, Japan, Iceland, Denmark and South Korea..."   RT
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Marianne Teoh 23 Jun 18
On my way to @IMCC2018 in Kuching, super excited for this amazing conference! Will be bringing our marine team heroes and plenty of . See you all soon!
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