• Our Reports and Publications


    In this section you will find a selection of the People and the Sea work. This includes not only reports and scientific papers produced by our team on site, but also research papers written by under/post graduate candidates, who were hosted by the People and the Sea Team to facilitate and supervise the conduct of their academic theses.

    All papers/articles found here have PDF links for download.

    End of a days diving, volunteers return to collate the research data from their dives

  • PepSea Project Updates


    We have been busy! In fact, when we do find a time to pause, and take a look back at what we have accomplished over the previous weeks, months and even years, we are both proud and grateful! None of it would have been possible without the many dedicated, positive and enthusiastic volunteers that have we have welcomed into our 'PepSea Family'!

    Intended to be produced quarterly, The PepSea Project Updates provide a summary of the past three months work. All the highlights should be there, as well as news about staff and volunteers.

    For those of you who are past volunteers with us, we hope they can bring back some happy memories for you and put a smile on your face! For those who haven't joined us on Malapascua, they will give you a good insight into the work we do.

    Our own PepSea boat allows us to conduct more frequent habitat surveys around the island of Malapascua

  • In the News


    Marine conservation, 'voluntourism', scientific research, coral reef decline, the Philippines - they are all subjects that frequently find themselves the subject of mainstream media articles. And so are many other topics that relate to our work at People and the Sea.

    We feel that such articles are significant, most notable for the information they disseminate, and the awareness raising influence they carry. On this page we have posted or provided links to relevant news articles that prove informative reads.

    Please browse through and enjoy.

    A boatman pushing the traditional bangka into the beach