30 Jul Introducing New Fun Learning Activities at the Center for Marine Conservation

  On July 30, our partners in the tourism industry joined us for a webinar, “Inspiring Ocean Conservation through Fun Learning.” We introduced our latest interactive activities such as the Sea Animal Weaving Workshop and our newest Escape Room, SOS Plastic Danger. We also presented our current...

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30 Jul Learning About Protected Area Management Effectiveness Tools

CTC Executive Director Rili Djohani joined international experts in a webinar that aimed to explore the approaches and tools used in Protected Area Management Effectiveness (PAME) from around the world. The webinar was held on July 22 and organized by the IUCN World Commission on...

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16 Jul Virtual Training on Blue Swimming Crab Management for Fisheries Managers in West Java

With action plans for Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) fisheries in West Java Province currently on hold due to the pandemic, we conducted a virtual training for fisheries managers to continue the work. The training was held on July 15-16, 2020 and with 22 provincial and...

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05 Jun ADEX Pixel Virtual Expo Webinar: Bidoversity and People at the Heart of the Coral Triangle

CTC, in collaboration with the Asia Dive Expo (ADEX), brings together experts from across the Coral Triangle Region to discuss the latest news from the heart of the world’s marine biodiversity. The webinar features CTC Executive Director Rili Djohani, CTI-CFF Executive Director Dr. Mohd Khushairi...

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05 Jun Webinar: The Coral Triangle as the World’s Epicenter of Marine Biodiversity

Join CTC Executive Director Rili Djohani for an online webinar on June 9, 2020 , 2pm-3pm Bali time as she explains about the importance of the Coral Triangle as the world’s epicenter of marine biodiversity.  Get to know more about the area that is known...

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05 Dec Camaraderie, Resolve and Commitment at the 34th General Meeting of the International Coral Reef Initiative

As greenhouse gas emissions drive changes in global ocean chemistry and temperature, how will corals respond? This is the type of question being addressed in the National Sea Simulator, a world-class marine research aquarium facility housed in the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) in...

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18 Nov Pokmaswas Training in the Banda Islands MPA Network

Pokmaswas is a community-based surveillance team which has been developed to assist local governments to control and manage marine and coastal ecosystems in Maluku Province. They play an important role in conducting resource use surveillance across the region, trained in the 3M principle: Listening (Mendengar),...

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13 Nov Surveying Some of the World’s Most Diverse Reefs in the Banda Islands

To further continue the establishment process of the Ay and Rhun Islands MPAs, and promote their effective management, research and data collection must be conducted to ensure that marine resource management is informed by the latest scientific data.  From November 2-13, the Coral Triangle Center, with...

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