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Guest Blog: Gili Shark Conservation – Coral Reefs Will Save the Day: Here’s Why They’re Important

This guest blog from Gili Shark Conservation explains how important coral reefs are and how they could literally save the day! All divers will tell you how beautiful coral reefs are. They’re like the cities under the ocean, home to hundreds of fish and wonderful creatures! Their value lies far beyond their beauty and the pleasure […]

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Guest Blog: Blue Ventures – How to reduce the environmental impact of your travels

This guest blog features a former Blue Ventures Field Scientist Rachel Knowles talks us through ways prospective volunteers can minimise environmental impact whilst on a Blue Ventures expedition in Madagascar. As the world rapidly awakens to the looming climate and ecological crisis, our shared understanding of the challenges ahead and our impact on the world […]

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Guest Blog: Gili Shark Conservation – 7 Ways to Pursue Your Dream of Getting a Job in Marine Conservation

Gili Shark Conservation’s guest blog gives you lots of really useful advice to help you land your dream job in marine conservation. While you might not be able to do all these activities during this period of social distancing and self-isolation there’s plenty you can be getting on with. Find out more about how you […]

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Ocean Festival Fun

More and more we are all beginning to understand our effect on the planet, increasingly realising what impact we have. This is in part thanks to a huge movement in education, in particular, marine education. After the General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita heard that the International Colour of the Year 2019 […]

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