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Our 2019 Global Ambassadors: Proactive change-making in India!

Our 2019 Global Ambassadors: Proactive change-making in India!

5 Ambassadors from 3 countries helped us implement a number of projects to address waste, reduce pollution and empower the community towards a brighter future as part of our Marine Conservation Masterplan. Read on to find out more!

India - an update from our Global Program.

India - an update from our Global Program.

Over the past three months our team in India has been forming alliances with local organisations, government agencies and community groups, as well as undertaking beach surveys and brand audits to determine the best way to tackle the myriad of pollution and waste management issues currently facing the marine environment here.

Back in India: An analysis of Gangaya estuary in Vizhinjam

Back in India: An analysis of Gangaya estuary in Vizhinjam

Our team has recently returned in India to set-up our full-time Marine Conservation Centre and programs. We were lucky enough to have our friend Matth, an environmental engineer from Belgium, along to assist us in analysing the the Gangaya River and estuary, which feeds directly into the ocean at Vizhinjam Harbour. The waterway is a dumping ground for rubbish, sewage and chemical waste.

Global Ambassadors (India): Adapting to an uncertain future - the fishing community of Vizhinjam.

Global Ambassadors (India): Adapting to an uncertain future - the fishing community of Vizhinjam.

Part II of our Global Ambassador Adventures update from India as we move toward the release of our Marine Conservation Masterplan. By Cassidy FitzClarence.

Our Marine Conservation Masterplan in India

Our Marine Conservation Masterplan in India

Our first Global Ambassador Adventure in India was a huge success! Check out part one of our blog report here and stay tuned for updates on our vital work, actions and the way forward toward our long-term marine conservation masterplan in the region!