The strength is our shared life experience as a people facing an unprecedented loss of social resilience and ecosystem services. Our trust in people’s power led us to build a network of conservation movements.
The real challenge for ‘Ocean Literacy for all’
As UNESCO prepares for a global Ocean Literacy roadmap, the real challenge is getting the message right for diverse communities and cultures around the Planet. The narrative of ‘Ocean Literacy’ is currently available and promoted by some organizations from the global north, with all its concepts, principles, and framework improvised using Eurocentric narratives and philosophiesContinue reading “The real challenge for ‘Ocean Literacy for all’”
People and conservation in the south, first impressions
No matter what they are up to; hurricane evacuees waiting at the gas station, shrimpers struggling to feed their families, mothers working hard to keep children in school, billionaire retiree anglers feeling under the hot and humid weather, salespersons greeting 25 people in an hour, or for instance my colleagues who are knee-deep into theirContinue reading “People and conservation in the south, first impressions”
Inside a student political meeting at the birthplace of American public higher education
To what extents young people are involved in community works and politics in the birthplace of American public education?
Report on Saint Martin’s Island Ecosystem Boundary
This study was conducted by Save Our Sea, co-funded by the BOBLME project of United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization. The report titled ‘Report on Saint Martin’s Island Ecosystem Boundary, Bangladesh’ was prepared as one of the outputs of the Strengthening national capacity on managing Marine Protected Areas (MPA) project in Bangladesh implemented by theContinue reading “Report on Saint Martin’s Island Ecosystem Boundary”
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