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One Country’s Climate Change Strategy May Save Its Coasts

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Machangulo, Mozambique. Boats on shore

With 2,700 km of exposed and highly vulnerable coastline along the Indian Ocean, Mozambique seems forever fixed at the edge of another major cyclone or tropical storm, each proving disastrous for the coast and its people.

U.S. Ambassador Visits Rare Site in Indonesia

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U.S. Ambassador Visits Rare Site in Indonesia

In June, Rare gave United States Ambassador to Indonesia Robert O. Blake, Jr., a closer look at Indonesian coastal fisheries reform on the ground. Rare hosted Ambassador Blake at our site within the Banda Sea MPA, an area spanning five villages.

Talk, Learn and Act

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colombian coffee farmer and landowner with Rare Fellow

From November 2013 through December 2016, Rare carried out seven Pride campaigns for sustainable watersheds across Valle del Cauca in Colombia.

Strait to Impact

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fisher and son on a boat in Ayungon, Philippines

Between the Negros and Cebu islands in the Philippines lies Tañon Strait, a passage of water connecting the Visayan Sea and the Bohol Sea.

Seismic Shifts in Sustainable Fishing in Indonesia

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In a historic moment for small-scale fishers in Indonesia, the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) recently enacted the Guideline for Utilization of Sustainable Fisheries Zones in Marine Protected Areas for Fishing by Local and Traditional Communities.

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