A recently published article highlights One People One Reef’s accomplishments and highlights the important work ahead to bridge modern science with the traditional culture. It illustrates the work being done towards a conservation strategy shaped by local islanders to protect the marine resources that support their way of life. “All we were doing was reviving tradition,” Crane […]
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Marshallese poet Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner addressed the United Nations Climate Summit yesterday! She tells the assembly a story about a canoe race. A mother with a heavy bundle begs each of her 10 sons for a ride in their canoe. None of them want to take her because, they say “you will slow us down”. Only […]
he success of modern science in many areas has spread the notion that ever-advancing technology will enable us to solve all of our most pressing problems. And yet, on the remote outer islands of Micronesia, it is the rekindling of age-old traditional wisdom that could hold the key to sustainable ocean management. The people of the […]
7/2/2014 We had a tight schedule- between the workshop and the sampling we needed to do. Then we got the news that there was a storm state warning and it would be on top of us fast. We were not to be stranded alone…The beautiful dive boat Damai (Indonesia) was in the area doing dives and […]
Kelsey’s work can be found here.
John Rulmal, Jr., Ulithi Falalop Community Action Program, Ulithi Atoll, FSM – community liaison, local project management, community activator!
Nicole was invited to speak on March 11, 2014 at SRI International’s renown Cafe Scientifique. In her talk: “Forgotten Reefs, Forgotten People: How Conservation in Micronesia May Be Key to Sustainable Oceans” she discussed how we are empowering communities to sustainably manage their reef ecosystems.
Our project was featured as the cover article October 2013’s Good Times (a Santa Cruz based weekly newspaper). The article was called “Saving Paradise” and the full text can be found here.