24 Mar CTC Leads Regional and National Consultations for the Proposed Arafura and Timor Seas (ATS) MPA Network and Sea Turtle Action Plan

    The ecosystems of the Arafura and Timor Seas (ATS) play an important ecological and economic role for the countries bordering its waters, which include Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Thus, collaboration is urgently needed to ensure their protection. In March 2021, CTC,...

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23 Mar U.S. Consulate General Surabaya Officers Visit CTC’s Center for Marine Conservation

On March 23, 2021, the CTC Center for Marine Conservation hosted a team from the U.S. Consulate General Surabaya. The Head of the Political-Economic Unit Chief, Roshni Nirody, together with Deputy Head of the Political-Economic Unit, Dylan Hoey, and Yessika Indarini, the Political-Economic Specialist, visited...

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22 Mar Developing a Campaign to Promote Sustainable Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Indonesia

Building on our work to promote sustainable fisheries in Indonesia, CTC organized a collaborative online workshop entitled “Formulating Narratives for Sustainable BSC Fisheries for Media” with some of our key government, non-government and industry partners. The workshop is the first of a series of...

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09 Mar Did you know?

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals (officially known as the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs). These goals have the power to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing environmental issues. SDG 14 aims to rally global...

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09 Mar Building Capacity to Support the Snapper-Grouper Fisheries Improvement Program

  The Banda Sea in the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, connected to the Pacific Ocean, has rich fishery potential, specifically for coastal demersal fish like snapper and grouper. To optimize the pivotal role of local stakeholders in ensuring sustainable snapper-grouper fisheries practices in the Banda...

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21 Feb CTC and Ludenara Hold Online Teacher Training to Promote Creative Teaching Methods on Marine Conservation

    Creative teaching methods are an important aspect of learning. Coral Triangle Center (CTC), in collaboration with Ludere Nusantara (Ludenara), facilitated an online teacher training focusing on sharing methods on how to teach marine conservation knowledge in a fun way!  The online teacher training was...

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21 Feb Bali’s Biggest Clean-Up 2021: Building Collaborative Movement for Our Ocean in the “New Normal” Era

It is a little bit strange to walk around the famous Semawang Beach, Sanur on a sunny Sunday morning where not so many tourists and visitors are around. The COVID-19 global pandemic has disrupted the way we saw “normal things” previously. Yet, the pandemic situation...

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