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Mapping evidence in SE Asia

17 March 2021

Blue Communities is pleased to announce the launch of the first updatable, interrogable and...

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Mapping evidence in SE Asia

Programme news | 17 March 2021

Blue Communities is pleased to announce the launch of the first updatable, interrogable and comprehensive systematic evidence map on the interaction between marine conservation management and the health and well-being of coastal communities in...

Commonwealth Day 2021 speech recognises Blue Communities Researcher

Programme news | 10 March 2021

Associate Professor Dr Goh Hong Ching was recently featured as part of the British High Commissioner to Malaysia's Commonwealth Day speech, alongside two other Malaysian women scientists highlighting their contributions to science and ocean...

Blue Communities News December 2020 is out now

Programme news | 23 December 2020

The latest Blue Communities newsletter is now available with updates from the projects since the Annual Science Meeting in July 2020.

How are trade-offs in marine planning assessed in practice in SE Asia?

Newsletter article | 21 December 2020

By Dr Matt Fortnam, University of Exeter   Hard choices often need to be made when conducting marine planning. Choices between which sectors can operate where or when on the ocean, choices between benefiting one stakeholder group or...

Co-analysing marine governance data during the pandemic

Newsletter article | 21 December 2020

By Dr Matt Fortnam, University of Exeter   Co-writing a journal article that draws from several datasets across four countries with over twenty co-authors can be challenging at the best of times.

Approaching 2021 with optimism in Indonesia

Newsletter article | 18 December 2020

By Carya Maharja and Dr Jito Sugardjito, Universitas Nasional (Indonesia)   At the beginning of the pandemic, with plenty of uncertainties surrounding how Indonesia would respond to the situation, our team felt a degree of trepidation...

Resilience and adaptation – something that coastal communities know so much about already

Newsletter article | 18 December 2020

By Prof. Melanie Austen, University of Plymouth   Blue Communities focuses on building research capacity towards improving the health, well-being, livelihoods and environmental outcomes of the interactions between people and their marine...

2020 progress for partners in Malaysia

Newsletter article | 18 December 2020

By Wan Nur Syazana Wan Mohamad Ariffin & Nurul Kamila Mohd Yusof, University of Malaya   The first quarter of 2020 for the Malaysian Case Study had progressed smoothly, with continuous stakeholder engagement at different levels as well as...

Modelling change

Newsletter article | 18 December 2020

By Dr Susan Kay and Dr Sevrine Sailley, Plymouth Marine Laboratory   ​Project 10 has produced model outputs showing how the marine environment and fishing potential could change in the coming decades as climate change takes effect.

3rd year of the Early Career Researchers Network

Newsletter article | 17 December 2020

By Dr. Mohd Aizat bin Mohd Zain, University of Malaya   Starting January 2020, Malaysia was given opportunity to chair the Early Career Researcher Network (ECRN) for the year 2020, which was decided via the polling system voted upon by every...

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18 May 2021 - 21 May 2021

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01 June 2021 - 02 June 2021

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28 June 2021 - 02 July 2021

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