Rappler's latest stories on marine conservation
Marine Conservation Philippines' free simulator visualizes the effect of 'business as usual,’ a partial lockdown, and total lockdown on the rate of coronavirus infections
How can we design Marine Protected Areas that both effectively conserve endangered ecosystems and respect the rights of established fishing communities?
Guimaras, a place highly dependent on marine and coastal resources, is the perfect site to investigate and demonstrate how much seagrasses contribute to fisheries in coastal communities
Some 300 reef balls out of a targeted 1,000 are scattered to hasten the coral regeneration in Masbate's Colorada Marine Protected Area
Marine scientist Dr. Daniel Pauly says that their report has shown that the catch of fisheries across the globe is not only much higher than what is being reported by FAO – it has also been declining in the past two decades.
The area is a source of food in the vast expanse of the ocean and a spawning ground for tuna shark marlin and swordfish and a food source for the Rapa Nui people of the island
A team of scientists from the Philippines Europe and America conduct a 10 day expedition in the Tubbataha Reef
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A Senate hearing is called after the completion of the biggest coral transplantation project in the country
After nearly 40 years we now know that sharks are not the mindless man eating predator we once believed them to be It is actually the other way around
UNESCO said little had been done to address concerns about rampant coastal development and water quality raised a year ago
Conservationists accused Australia of failing to protect the Great Barrier Reef from massive industrial development