Ecosystem Management

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Different stage of crab eggs

Valuing lessons learned leading to good practice: crab resources enhancement in Bang Son Bay

Community-based coastal resources management works: IUCN recently visited two successful ‘crab banks’ in Bang Son Bay, where crab resources are enhanced by keeping female crabs in a shelter until they hatch their eggs, allowing them to release thousands of offspring into the sea. These crab banks provide valuable lessons learned for other coastal communities nearby on what makes community-based conservation a success. 

Designing creative solutions for vulnerable locations

Over the course of three days, several partners including IUCN, the University of Hawai’i Manoa and the Hawai’i Green Growth came together during the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Honolulu, Hawai’i to combine experiences and capacity-building approaches to create awareness and promote solution finding for disaster risk reduction challenges


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