Let the Diving Begin!

While bio-sphysical surveys of the marine habitatas of the philippnies are serious stuff, there is still time for some fun on the dives.

I got my open water certification this summer in Cabo Verde (Africa) and due to timing and a few other restrictions (cash-ola!), I was only able to complete 5 dives, of which 4 were solely for training purposes. So imagine my excitement when I realized I would be able to…

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Malapascua for the Time Being

The local boats in the Philippines are called bangkas. We use one to conduct the marine habitat surveys

My name is Vicki, and I’ve recently joined the People and the Sea team in Malapascua.  For the time being, I’ll be blogging my perspectives as a newby to both the island and the team.  As I recently read, “A time being is someone who lives in time, and that…

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People and the Sea Activity Report 2016

The report detailing the marine conservation activities of People and the Sea in the Philippines in 2016

After establishing our base of operations in the Philippines in the latter half of 2015, the following year marked our first full year of activities. And it was a busy year. In keeping with our commtiment to share as widely as possible the work we have done and our associated…

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