Different approaches to marine conservation suit different geographies and different socioeconomic contexts. Once we have developed a model that works, we support communities to share their experiences, and encourage adoption or adaptation by others. We also collaborate with partners - NGOs, businesses, universities, governments and funders - to catalyse broader uptake of our models.
Conservation works best when it responds to local needs, built on a foundation of rigorous science and traditional ecological knowledge. We are committed to providing opportunities for coastal communities to share their experiences and perspectives of managing their marine resources.
From organising fisher exchanges to building national and regional networks of community leaders, we have over a decade of experience facilitating connections between coastal communities, to enable fishermen and women to learn from one another.
Read more about our work networking communities.
We share our learning and drive adoption of our models by building networks of thought leaders in tropical coastal conservation and development, establishing new partnerships and growing movements for change.
Read more about our work supporting partners.