By: Luke Rawalai; Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Roko Sau, Roko Josefa Cinavilakeba (right) and local director of the Pacific Blue Foundation speaks at the FLAMMA AGM recently. Picture: Luke Rawalai The solution to Fiji’s problems, be it climate change, global warming or diminishing natural resources, lies in the practices of our forefathers. Recognising this, the […]
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Pacific Blue Foundation is a non-profit public benefit charitable trust.
Pacific Blue Foundation provides basic research, education, encouragement and dissemination of sustainable practices in coastal regions with the ultimate goal of preserving and promoting the biological and cultural diversity of the region.
Story by Luke Rawalai; Sunday, November 26, 2017. Photo credit: Conservation International, Mark Erdmann, Gerry Allen. A scientific survey in the Lau seascape discovered six new marine species endemic to the waters in the group. Considered a new frontier for marine exploration, the Lau Group is one of Fiji’s five priority marine eco-regions. In May […]
By: Luke Rawalai; published in FijiTimes on November 26, 2017. Photo: Ron Vave. The iTaukei people can lose natural resources entrusted to their care if they continue to turn a blind eye to the management of these endowments. While officially closing the week long Fiji Locally Marine Managed Areas in Bua Lomanikoro last week, Lau […]