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Nobar Film Alam Berbicara : Satu Orang Satu Aksi by Wida Sulistyaningrum

Nobar Film Alam Berbicara : Satu Orang Satu Aksi By Wida Sulistyaningrum Kaum Muda Keuskupan Manokwari Sorong yang semula heboh mengikuti materi pendidikan lingkungan hidup yang dibawakan lewat...
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Bird’s Head Seascape Success Recognised!

Birds Head Seascape Success Recognised! In a fitting way to end a productive year in the West Papua Bird’s Head Seascape (BHS), we’re pleased to share some good news! In the recent Coral Triangle...
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Money Talks – Paying for Conservation by Matt Fox, CI Indonesia

Money Talks – Paying for Conservation Matt Fox, CI Indonesia A group of Indonesians recently braved the 40-hour journey from Jakarta to Quito, Ecuador to talk conservation finance. Paying...
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Small Grants Program Making a Difference by Carla Kerstan

Small Grants Program Making a Difference by Carla Kerstan The Small Grants Program in the Bird’s Head Seascape is supporting local organizations in the conservation of their globally significant...
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Goby baru bernama Gubernur Papua Barat Abraham Atururi by Mark Erdmann

Goby baru bernama Gubernur Papua Barat Abraham Atururi by Mark Erdmann Mark Erdmann adalah Wakil Presiden CI untuk Asia Pacific Marine Program, sekarang berbasis di Auckland setelah 23 tahun di...
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Coming Back by Alex Lindbloom

Coming Back by Alex Lindbloom As the Komodo season comes to an end I’m looking forward to the Raja season.  It’s right around the corner and with so much to offer in those magnificent...
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Indonesia continues to draw the attention of the International BLUE CARBON community by Jennifer Howard

Indonesia continues to draw the attention of the International BLUE CARBON community by Jennifer Howard Encompassing 13,466 islands and more than 95,181 km of coasts, Indonesia is the world’s...
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4 Things We’ve Discovered from Tagging Indonesia’s Mantas by Nicole Han

4 Things We’ve Discovered from Tagging Indonesia’s Mantas by Nicole Han (from Conservation International’s Human Nature blog) Manta Rays are among dive tourists’ most beloved swimming...
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