Meet the four young marine conservationists and future leaders who have been selected to become the 2016 MantaWatch Interns
The Republic of Maldives has today protected mantas, mobulas and other rays throughout the entire country.
Indonesia creates a manta ray sanctuary spanning almost 6 million square kilometers, and fully protects mantas throughout the country
Mobula rays are commonly consumed by the people of East Java as sate iwak pe. The reasons why are surprising, and create a potential barrier to sustainable fisheries.
Ghost fishing causes ecological impacts, affects fishing communities and inhibits adoption of sustainable fishing technologies. But how could Indonesia tackle this issue?
Our Sustainable Fisheries team examine the supply chains, markets and products derived from targetted marlin and mobula ray bycatch
Tami Roriris shares her experiences learning and networking with ASEAN leaders at the 2018 YSEALI Summit in Manilla, Phillipines
Our Sustainable Fisheries team launch a new women’s education and outreach initiative
The arrival of the monsoon rains brings marine debris. Our Sustainable Fisheries team witness its impact on coastal communities and their livelihoods
The Sustainable Fisheries team describe their port monitoring protocol
Lucia Kusolo, Sustainable Tourism Assistant, describes a typical day as a member of MantaWatch’s Sustainable Tourism team.
The Sustainable Fisheries team follow up with participating fishers to check the deployment of Swordfish lights
The Sustainable Fisheries team launch a school outreach programme to enhance youth awareness about mobulid conservation and bycatch mitigation tools