Living Reefs

Published March 31, 2022

by Wade Hughes, FRGS When shark-fin soup was served at a Brunei conference on ocean conservation, it created quite a stir. When the moderator called to boycott the soup, I was the only person who voted against it. As I was a panelist who had just spoken on whale conservation, there was a strong reaction […]

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Coral central

Published January 1, 2015

As anyone who has visited Wakatobi Dive Resort can attest, the surrounding reefs are covered in a thick and diverse carpet of corals. The overall health and near-pristine condition of these reefs is the result of a proactive conservation program funded by portions of resort revenue. But protection alone doesn’t account for the tremendous diversity […]

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