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The celebration was themed under ‘investing in marine conservation: making sense of blue economy’.
The symposium is annually arranged as part of World Oceans Day celebration
This is how India protect fishers during marine fishing ban
Sharks and rays are apparently facing the threat of overfishing in Bangladesh, what can possibly be done about it?
Bay of Bengal Sea Turtle Programme is accepting applications for Volunteers for in-situ conservation sites in Saint Martins Island.
As you love to protect the corals, take part in #TrashMeNot challenge; take back your plastic trash with you from Saint Martin’s Island.
8 photos explain why we are confident about salvaging the Saint Martin’s Island.
In Barguna, there was no fishing activity in Paira, Bishkhali, Baleshwar or Haringhata River to be seen. But there were many more troubling things to hear.
Global trade of Silky shark, three species of Thresher shark, and nine species of Devil ray will be strictly controlled.
To put it simply, CITES CoP 17 offers opportunity for more protection to at least four species of sharks and rays in the Bay of Bengal.
Get trained in community led marine conservation and volunteer to protect the endangered sea turtles in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh!
To my knowledge and experience, as I have been documenting in the past three years, this scenario of shark fishing is common to most countries in Southeast Asia region.
Thailand is one of the top exporters of Shark products, if they can be the shark-protector now, why not Bangladesh?
Government officials, conservation community and the academia in Bangladesh initiated a dialogue on a national blue economy framework.
From ecological modelling of seascape to locally managed marine area, presentations and talks at 2nd Marine Conservation and Blue Economy Symposium were hugely diverse.
Small-scale mud crab fishery of Sundarban evolved into a fast growing fishing industry, Interestingly, the process is not as simple as it appears. So, what are we actually missing?
The guideline provides the participants of #MCBES16 on general public use of social media i.e. online social networking sites, blogs, other sites and services.