The sea is not just for vacations and nice views. It’s key to our survival amidst climate change. This podcast shares the importance of Asia-Pacific’s marine ecosystems in sustaining local communities and protecting us from climate change. Brought to you by Rare and powered by PumaPodcast.
Did you know that clearing mangroves can speed up our 2030 climate deadline? These trees hold so much power that they're called "guardians of the coast". Find out how Indonesia fights to preserve its rich coastal forests with Dr. Frida Sidik, a researcher at the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries.
Coral reefs have sustained and protected the people of Palau from calamities since time immemorial—and the secret behind it is conservation. Learn about the conservation lifestyle from Elchung Hideyos and Iseko Willyander, two outstanding youth from Palauan environmental organization, Ebiil Society.
One-third of the world's seagrass species are found in the Philippines, yet many of the locals do not know what treasure lies under their waters. Get to know the humble seagrass with Dr. Miguel Fortes, a blue carbon specialist, as he shares how we can help save this declining resource for our world's future.
Climate-smart Fisheries is a new podcast that explores Asia-Pacific’s marine ecosystems to help us understand what we can do to keep our communities resilient against climate change. Brought to you by Rare and powered by PumaPodcast.