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EXETER, 7 May 2010. An intrepid young woman from Exeter is preparing for an epic journey. Tess Shellard is trekking 1293 miles over 54 consecutive days from John O’Groats to Land’s End – the entire length of the UK - to raise £10,000 for a network of family planning clinics in remote villages is southern Madagascar.
ANTANANARIVO, 26 April 2010. A team of researchers working with Blue Ventures is calling for urgent action to protect one of the world’s most endangered reptiles.

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LONDON 12th March 2010. Proposals will be made this week to prohibit international trade in the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, and seven other shark species.

 

London, 24th February 2010. "Coastal Conservation offers survival for the poor” - Blue Ventures marine scientist wins international award for conservation Blue Ventures.

London, 1st March, 2010. Addressing the unmet family planning needs of the world’s poorest and most isolated populations can add value to conservation efforts, the director of an integrated reproductive health programme told global leaders in London today.

California, 9-10th February 2010. Blue Ventures has been warmly welcomed at the 16th Katoomba meeting focusing on Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) in the marine environment.

London, 27th January 2010. Blue Ventures is proud to announce that Georges ‘Bic’ Manahira, a conservationist at its groundbreaking research site in Andavadoaka, southwest Madagascar and the longest serving member of staff on site has recently been certified by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) as Madagascar’s first Open Water Scuba Instructor.

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