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Inaugural Regional Workshop: Nature-Based Tourism in the Blue Economy 

A collaborative effort between WIOMSA, the School of Wildlife Conservation at the African Leadership University, and the Ministry of Tourism Zanzibar, gathered 26...
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IMCC7: Second Call for Abstracts

After nearly 700 submissions from 67 nations, IMCC7 is opening a second call for abstracts on popular demand! The International Marine Conservation Congress...
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Great Metrics and Insights Featured in the New BCSS Brochure

This month marks an exciting step for BCSS, as they launch a new brochure, showcasing over six years of dedicated work in and...
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Deep- Sea and Ocean Science MOOC 2024

The University of Seychelles, is pleased on announce a 6-week online course. If  you  are  interested  in the  Deep-Sea   and  Open  Ocean,   this course ...
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Online Workshop: Fish Spawning Aggregations and Fishers’ Knowledge

The IUCN’s Snapper, Seabream and Grunt Specialist Group is holding a global online workshop on  that will summarize successful examples of fish spawning aggregation...
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Call for Proposals: Small Grants for Supporting Local Fisheries Co-managed Areas, LMMAs, and MPAs

WIOMSA, with funding from the Blue Nature Alliance, is strengthening projects focused on improving the management effectiveness of MPAs and community-managed marine areas....
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Oceans Without Borders Vacancies

Oceans Without Borders, a unique collaboration between &BEYOND – a luxury travel company with its roots in conservation and experiential guest experiences, and...
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Launch of the State of the Coast for Zanzibar

The Department of Environment and the First Vice President’s Office in Zanzibar formally launched two new publications yesterday:  the “State of the Coast...
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New publication: Ministry of Blue Economy and Fisheries Mini Lab Delivery Report

A collaboration between the Presidential Delivery Bureau (PDB) and the Ministry of Blue Economy and Fisheries (MoBEF) of Zanzibar, Tanzania, led to the...
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