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A view of a lodge on Solomon Islands.

Why the time has come for a Coral Triangle nature-based tourism brand

A detailed study looks at the state of the tourism industry in the Coral Triangle countries—and explains why, in terms of both sustainability and business, nature-based tourism is the way to go.
 

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Fisheries Improvement Project in Vietnam

Partnering with an unlikely ally to conserve the oceans

A partnership between WWF and leading cruise company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. addresses such concerns as sustainable seafood supply and reduced emissions. Here’s how the collaboration will work—and how it could benefit responsible fisheries in the Coral Triangle .
 

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Fisheries Improvement Project in Vietnam

Are Fisheries Improvement Programmes really delivering change on the water?

This important fisheries management tool was under scrutiny at the recent 12th SeaWeb Summit on Seafood Sustainability in Malta. In a presentation at the summit as part of a session co-convened by WWF’s Dr Geoffrey Muldoon on “Next generation FIPs” he elaborated on some issues plaguing fisheries improvement projects, and what could and should be done to enhance their impact.
 

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Southern bluefin tuna

Keeping a success story going: Sustainable fisheries management in the PNA region

The eight nations of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) are home to globally important tuna fisheries, and WWF is collaborating with stakeholders to improve management capacity in the region. Here, WWF tuna officers from two PNA nations talk about the work that’s needed on the ground.
 

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Tun Mustapha Park

Fisheries in the Asia-Pacific region are turning ‘blue’

Back from the 6th Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission Regional Consultative Forum Meeting, WWF's Dr Jose Ingles reports on the issue of blue growth, and how the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management is fundamental to achieve it.
 

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Nick Khoo (4th from right: Director of Operations, SSI), YB Phee (3rd from right), Dato' Dr Dino (2nd from right), actor Song-fan Seah (last on right) and beauty queens (see list of names and titles attached) in support of not consuming shark fins.

Saving sharks means saving ourselves

WWF-Malaysia launches its first nationwide shark conservation campaign, and is up against a long-standing consumption tradition. Here’s why protecting this apex predator is critical to human survival, and how WWF plans to do it.
 

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M’Buke, Papua New Guinea

Viewpoint by Jackie Thomas, WWF Coral Triangle ProgramME Leader

How much do we value the Coral Triangle? 

It will take a concerted commitment from stakeholders—tourists as well as governments—to promote the right kind of tourism. Otherwise, Jackie says, we will witness the decline of the region’s extraordinary marine biodiversity. 
 

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Image credit : © James Morgan  / WWF, © WWF-Philippines, © naturepl.com / David Fleetham / WWF, © Jürgen Freund / WWF, © WWF-Malaysia / Mazidi Abd Ghani

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