• Our Reports and Publications


    At People and the Sea, we aim to share all of our data, findings and related reports for the widest possible audience. In doing so, we hope to provide transparency to our work, as well as accumulating a database of information on which to build.

    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

  • 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

PepSea Project Update, Jul- Sep 2019

Download the Sep 2019 Project Update with all the latest volunteer activities

Welcome to our newly-redesigned PepSea Project Update – we hope you enjoy it! As ever it should give you all the major PepSea news and highlights… It has been a busy summer period on site – we are happy to say we hosted more volunteers on site that ever before…

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PepSea Project Update, April- May 2018

The next update on all PepSea activities in the second quarter of 2018

Volume 2 of the ‘Pepsea Project Updates’ will aim to cover the news from the People and the Sea site on Malapascua. The summer months are wrapping up here in the Philippines, with the school year commencing in April and starting back up in June. During this break, we had…

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Pepsea Project Update, January-March 2018.

The front cover of the first People and the Sea project update, looking at all our marine conservation activities.

As we move into our third (!!) calendar year of operations, we can’t help but notice that we are getting busier than ever before. More volunteers, more projects, more diving and, best of all, more reasons to be proud of all we have achieved so far. From day one, we…

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