15 Sep CTC Presents Sustainable Marine Tourism Initiatives at CTI-CFF Regional Exchange and World Conservation Congress

CTC Learning Sites Manager Marthen Welly travelled to Dumaguete, Philippines on September 12-15, 2016 to share CTC’s sustainable tourism initiatives at the 6th Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI-CFF) Marine Protected Area Regional Exchange. During the conference, Marthen presented some...

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20 Jul Stronger Implementation of Code of Conduct for Marine Animals in Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area (MPA)

On June 29, 2016, concerned divers and the Coral Triangle Center’s Learning Site Manager, Marthen Welly reported a whale shark injured by a boat propeller in Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area. In response to the incident, representatives from CTC, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries...

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15 Jul Seaweed Farming, Snorkeling and More! Woodleigh School Joins CTC for a 3-day Adventure in Nusa Penida

As part of their trip to Indonesia, Woodleigh School students spent 3 fun days with the Coral Triangle Center (CTC) team in Bali and Nusa Penida. Students learned about marine conservation and had the opportunity to seaweed farm, plant mangrove trees and snorkel through Nusa...

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15 Jul Bali’s Coral Reefs Resilient From Threats; Implementation of Marine Resource Regulations Needed to Prevent Further Decline

To celebrate World Oceans Day and Coral Triangle Day, the Coral Triangle Center (CTC) invited the press to a conference about the results from the first ever-comprehensive survey undertaken to assess the status of Bali’s coral reefs. The Bali Reef Health Survey showed that the island’s...

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08 Jun CTC holds a press conference to release the results from the Bali Reef Health Survey

A comprehensive scientific survey on Bali’s coral reefs showed that the island’s corals remain resilient despite threats from pollution, unregulated fishing and irresponsible tourism. The Bali Reef Health Survey, conducted during a four-month period from July to October 2015, found that that 60% of Bali’s coral...

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