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  • Did you know that fish have their own unique personalities and we can actually form lasting relationships with them? Ten years ago, Marino – a local dive master in New Caledonia – met a baby anemone fish and they formed their own special bond that continues to this day.

We don’t tend to look at fish as complex creatures but this special relationship shows another side to the marine animals. Who would have guessed that a small clownfish and a human could form a decade long relationship? Yet Marion and Nemo help reveal that so many creatures in nature have distinct personalities and behaviors.

So remember: if we unsustainably extract marine resources, there are billions of little beings that are impacted.
 
New Caledonia is an oasis of marine stewardship in the Pacific Ocean, where national laws and traditional wisdom bring together communities, industries, organizations and governments to safeguard their marine treasures. By showing people what the successful conservation of reef systems looks like, hopefully we can engage wider and more diverse audiences to support conservation initiatives. Conservation International relentlessly works to conserve the Coral Sea and its diversity — before it becomes endangered. Learn more: conservation.org/coralsea

🎥 by Shawn Heinrichs

      

  • Did you know that climate change disproportionately affects women more  than men? Meet Martha, one woman working to tackle climate related challenges in her own community.

      

  • One more reason dogs are known as man’s best friend. Anatolian sheep dogs are helping farmers in South Africa.

      

  • Fishing nets abandoned in bodies of water, or ‘ghost nets’, continue to trap species long after they’re forgotten. Now Conservation International scientists are working to protect our oceans and restore the lost marine life.

      

  • Environmental education classes in the Fam Islands teach children the importance of coral reefs. At Conservation International, we’re committed to education and leading a legacy of future ocean conservationists. #PeopleNeedNature
 
Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

      

  • Don’t forget to make your #NewYearsResolution. This year consider making changes that are good for the planet. M. Sanjayan, Conservation International CEO, is here with some easy ways you can make small changes to live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle.

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  • 2018: A Year in Review

      

  • The environmental cost of free two-day shipping

      

  • Nature is Speaking | Shailene Woodley is Forest

      

  • Meet Baby Black Rhino Loijipu

      

  • Orphan Elephants

      

  • Animals and Humans Living in Harmony

      

Did you know that fish have their own unique personalities and we can actually form lasting relationships with them? Ten years ago, Marino – a local dive master in New Caledonia – met a baby anemone fish and they formed their own special bond that continues to this day. We don’t tend to look at fish as complex creatures but this special relationship shows another side to the marine animals. Who would have guessed that a small clownfish and a human could form a decade long relationship? Yet Marion and Nemo help reveal that so many creatures in nature have distinct personalities and behaviors. So remember: if we unsustainably extract marine resources, there are billions of little beings that are impacted. New Caledonia is an oasis of marine stewardship in the Pacific Ocean, where national laws and traditional wisdom bring together communities, industries, organizations and governments to safeguard their marine treasures. By showing people what the successful conservation of reef systems looks like, hopefully we can engage wider and more diverse audiences to support conservation initiatives. Conservation International relentlessly works to conserve the Coral Sea and its diversity — before it becomes endangered. Learn more: conservation.org/coralsea 🎥 by Shawn Heinrichs

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