ENDING THE ECOLOGICALLY HARMFUL CAPTURE OF TROPICAL FISH

Experts are hoping that new captive breeding programs, replacing harmful fishing practices, could help prevent future harm to coral reef ecosystems (Photo: Donald Miralle/Getty Images) NEW YORK, USA – January 11, 2018: 10.15am (Pacific Standard): A fishing industry based on capturing fish alive, often with the help of cyanide poison, has become highly controversial because Read More …

Young Yemeni wins top UN Environmental prize

Omer Badokhon wins Young Champion of the Earth prize for biogas project that will help to fight climate change, deadly indoor air pollution and the spread of cholera Omer is one of six inaugural winners from around the world to be announced throughout November Winners receive US15,000 seed funding, intensive training, and tailored mentorship to help Read More …

R2R project programs almost completed

NUKU’ALOFA – November 28: 3.15pm (R2R Media): The improved management effectiveness of existing and new protected mangrove areas around the Fanrga’uta Lagoon Catchment Area has achieved a success rate of 90 percent (90%) since the Ridge To Reef (R2R) project started in 2015. Share