London, 24th February 2010.
"Coastal Conservation offers survival for the poor” - Blue Ventures marine scientist wins international award for conservation Blue Ventures.
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.
London, 2nd November 2009. In 2003, Blue Ventures set out on an ambitious mission: to demonstrate that responsible tourism can be a powerful engine for sustainable, targeted conservation.
London, 28th October 2009 Blue Ventures has been short-listed in The Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards 2009, organised by responsibletravel.com.
London, 7th September 2009 Grassroots coral reef conservation can postpone the collapse of whole ecosystems but for how long?
Blue Ventures has recently completed an ambitious expedition to document the contemporary migration of indigenous fishing communities in Madagascar.
London, 5th June 2009 – World Oceans Day, on the 8th June 2009, will see leading conservation organisations, educational institutions, communities and individuals in dozens of countries around the world celebrating the world’s oceans.
Andavadoaka, Madagascar. Blue Ventures' conservation scientist Gildas Andriamalala recently returned to Madagascar to establish the country's first Rare Pride Campaign, after receiving nine weeks of intensive training in the use of social marketing and communication in conservation,
Andavadoaka, Madagascar. It started in a beach shack on the shore of the Mozambique Channel in Andavadoaka, a small coastal village in remote southwestern Madagascar. Four Rodrigan fishermen sat impassively facing the Malagasy fishermen, thrice their number, each measuring the other in the flickering candle light.