In this Science paper published on 23 October 2020, CORDIO’s David Obura joins other researchers saying that a ‘safety net’ of multiple, ambitious biodiversity goals is necessary for a nature-positive and people-centered Global Biodiversity Framework to 2050. Key elements for each aspect of nature are outlined in the paper […]
Will a financial portfolio approach help to minimize losses to the world’s coral reefs, and those that depend on, them due to climate change? This is the objective of the research and conservation teams in the 50 reefs project and supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Paul G. Allen Foundation and The […]
CORDIO participated in the publication of a new global standard on biodiversity monitoring networks, through our long term participation in the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN), IUCN’s Coral Specialist Group, the Marine Biodiversity Observation Network of GEOBON and the Global Ocean Observing System’s Biodiversity and Ecosystems Panel (GOOS BioEco).
See this new article on fisheries certification using the Marine Stewardship Council standards. Fisheries certification in the developing world: Locks and keys or square pegs in round holes? Yorgos Stratoudakisa, Patrick McConney, John Duncan, Abdul Ghofar, Nancy Gitonga, Kolliyil S. Mohamed, Melita Samoilys, Keith Symington, Luis Bourillon See […]