08 Jun Did you know?

In October 2021, the parties of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will meet in Kunming, China to agree on a new plan to safeguard the planet by 2050. In preparation for this, scientists, nongovernmental organizations, and government leaders have called for the...

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22 May Online Training for Educators, Batch 2: Sharing Creative Teaching Methods on Marine Conservation

From May 22-28, 2021, Coral Triangle Center (CTC) in collaboration with Ludere Nusantara (Ludenara) held online training for educators. Continuing from our previous success, we created a two-day workshop, followed by five days of mentoring and discussion to share creative teaching methods and exchange knowledge...

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22 May Identifying Opportunities for Women to Support Sustainable Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Lampung

In many capture fisheries businesses in Indonesia, women appear at the forefront. Their roles are diverse, starting from collecting the day’s catch from landing sites, to processing valuable bycatch into saleable products. Everything is done to increase fishers, who are mainly men, tend to be...

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11 May Engage with the Rich Biodiversity of Our Oceans through the Coral Dive School Marine Ecology Specialty Course

              CTC’s Coral Dive School is one of the activities under the program of the Center for Marine Conservation. There are a lot of activities that encourage people to discover and learn about the rich marine biodiversity in the Coral Triangle such as BASIC SNORKELING,...

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07 May Obituary Tribute: Tommy Schultz

We at CTC are deeply saddened to hear the news that acclaimed travel and underwater photographer Tommy Schultz passed away on June 4, 2021 in his hometown in Winchester, Virginia. Through his work, Tommy championed ocean conservation for many years. He has donated photos and...

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07 May Saint John’s School, Meruya Virtual Field Trip: Discover the Ocean through An Online Learning Experience

During this pandemic, CTC has developed several online fun learning activities to continue our mission to spread the word of marine conservation. This month we had the chance to take the kindergarten students of Saint John’s School, Meruya on a virtual field trip and introduce...

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07 May World’s First Satellite-Based Coral Reef Monitoring System Deploys Globally, Paving the Way for Innovation-Driven Conservation

On May 19, 2021, the Allen Coral Atlas released the world’s first satellite-based global coral reef monitoring system. This monitoring system works alongside the Atlas’ maps, which feature crucial reef data such as benthic habitat maps, geomorphic zone maps and quarterly turbidity. Together, the full...

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