Projects
July 7, 2022

Learning through nature with YAPEKA

The Seagrass Ecosystem Services Project is funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) and runs in partnership with the climate action Paris agreement 2015. The project aims to conserve biodiversity, seagrass ecosystems and their services across 5 Indo-Pacific countries (Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Thailand). National partners (often NGOs) work closely with coastal communities and technical experts to run community-led seagrass conservation work. The first of our national partners involved in ‘The Seagrass Ecosystem Services Project’ that we would like to spotlight is YAPEKA, a non-profit organisation that aims to establish community-based conservation efforts across Indonesia through the concept of…
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April 14, 2022

Seagrass Nursery News – vol. 7

By Elise Simone de Tourtoulon-Adams We held our first Global Seagrass Nursery Network meeting at the end of Seagrass Awareness Month. If you would like to watch the seminar, click here.
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December 15, 2021

Seagrass Nursery News – Vol. 3

By Elise Simone de Tourtoulon-Adams   A huge thank you to all of our supporters who helped us successfully raise more than £9,000 in the Aviva Community Fund to go towards developing this nursery.
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December 10, 2021

ReSOW UK

December 2021 – Blue Carbon coring in Loch Craignish, Argyll, Scotland.   The ReSOW UK project brings together teams from the National Oceanography Centre, Swansea University and the University of Stirling.  Project partners include the Marine Management Organisation, Natural Resources Wales, the Environment Agency, the Global Oceans Accounts Partnership, Natural England and the Coastal Communities Network, Scotland. Link through to the SMMR UK project website here. You can also read this blog over on our UK Restoration website here where you will also find more information on the restoration of seagrass beds in the UK.   Loch Craignish, Argyll, Scotland. And so…
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