05 Feb Responsible Diving and Snorkeling the Green Fins Way

The tide is turning for marine tourism in Indonesia with the launch of Green Fins in January 2018. Green Fins provides an opportunity for dive operators to be recognized role models for sustainable tourism by improving their business practices to be more environmentally friendly within...

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27 Jan CTC Engages Media to Raise Marine Conservation Awareness

Last month, CTC embarked on media engagement activities in Jakarta in an effort to shore up mainstream media awareness about marine conservation activities in Indonesia and the Coral Triangle. CTC Executive Director, Rili Djohani visited 18 media outlets including Al Jazeera, BBC Indonesia and ABC Australia,...

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30 Nov New National Competency Standards Boosts Sustainable Marine Tourism in Indonesia’s Marine, Coastal, and Small Islands Protected Areas

The Indonesian Government, with the support of the Coral Triangle Center through USAID SEA Project and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, took a step in having more effective MPA management through the provision of competent and standardized human resources throughout Indonesia, by developing the Indonesia National...

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28 Nov CTC Board of Advisor Members Appointed as CTI-CFF Women Leaders’ Forum Ambassador and Chairperson

   The six countries of the Coral Triangle – Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste – unanimously elected CTC Board of Advisors Prof. Dr. Nor Aieni Haji Mokhtar and Ms. Agnetha Vave-Karamui, as the new CTI-CFF Women Leaders Forum Ambassador and Chairperson,...

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22 Nov “Pejuang Laut” Launching on World Fisheries Day 2017 in Ambon

The Coral Triangle Center has successfully accomplished one of its most significant contributions to the USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (USAID SEA) Project through the launching of "Pejuang Laut" during the World Fisheries Day 2017 commemoration in Ambon, Maluku, on November 21-22, 2017. Around 45 "Pejuang...

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