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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08 Feb “How would you tackle some of Asia’s biggest challenges in the run-up to 2030?” Join the Youth Global Essay Competition “Asia’s Challenge 2030”

Join “Asia’s Challenge 2030, ” a global essay competition, and win the chance to join a virtual fireside chat with prominent business leaders in Asia such as CTC Co-founder George Tahija. Organized by the Asia Business Council with Blavatnik School of Government as academic partner...

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04 Dec OceanCycle partners with CTC to Support Circular Economy of Plastics and Community Engagement to Prevent Ocean Plastic Pollution

This month, CTC started a partnership with OceanCycle (OC) to support their project in Indonesia. OC is a social enterprise reimagining the circular economy through sourcing, certifying, and reusing materials to prevent ocean plastic pollution, and make it easy for companies to integrate ocean-bound plastics...

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20 Nov Pristine Marine Ecosystems in the Banda Arc and the Forgotten Islands

This month, CTC Executive Director Rili Djohani and Senior MPA Specialist Purwanto joined a group of marine scientists from Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara – The Nature Conservancy (YKAN-TNC), People and Nature Consulting International (PNC-I), and Hatfield Consultants, as well as a team of photographers for...

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29 Oct CTC Joins Jakarta Intercultural School Webinar on the Impact of the Pandemic

On the 28th of October, Marine Conservation Club of Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS), CTC, Thalassa Dive Resort, and Universitas Sam Ratulangi teamed up in a webinar entitled “The Impact of Covid-19 in the Marine Environment”. There were 50 participants who participated in the webinar. The webinar...

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30 Sep COVID-19: A Global Crossroads

How does a worldwide human health catastrophe relate to ocean sustainability? This question motivated an international group of 25 researchers, environmental managers, policy-makers, and other ocean advocates to gather online for a series of structured conversations in September. Representatives from CTC, Science Coordinator Kitty Currier...

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