[Coral-List] Interesting video on the participation of Jamaican fishermen in the management of fish sanctuaries.

Georgina Bustamante gbustamante09 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 10:35:58 EDT 2015

 Dear Coral listers,

I posted this message  below in several list serves. It is a good message coral reef scientists too.. The video is great.

Read below Dr. Owen's message with some introductory explanation and the link to the video.

In this archipelagic part of the world, this is what we need to do to HELP  restore reefs and their ecosystem services to the Caribbean people.

Georgina Bustamante, Ph.D.

Caribbean  Marine Protected Area Management (CaMPAM) Network and Forum
The UNEP-CEP capacity building program for MPA managers and stakeholders

Hollywood, Florida, USA

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: New video on Jamaican fish sanctuaries
From: Owen Day <owen.day at caribsave.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2015, 9:37 PM
To: Georgina Bustamante <gbustamante09 at gmail.com

Hi Georgina,

Hope you are well.  Could you please post on the CAMPAM listserve the following video about Jamaica's fish sanctuaries that was produced by Project Moana.


In Jamaica, a partnership approach is being used to tackle the declining fish stocks. Communities, fishing groups, NGOs, government and private sector are coming together to manage and support fish sanctuaries, a type of MPA where no fishing is allowed. Seven of the fourteen fish sanctuaries in Jamaica are being supported by the Caribbean Fish Sanctuaries Partnership (C-FISH) Initiative which provides technical assistance, grants and support toward improving the management of the sanctuaries. Although there are challenges, the future for many of these sanctuaries is bright, with new livelihood opportunities such as eco-tourism on the horizon.

Thank you


Dr Owen Day
Director of Ecosystem-Based Adaptation (EbA)
The CARIBSAVE Partnership
owen.day at caribsave.org
Barbados Office: +1 (246) 426 2042

Jamaica Office: +1 (876) 632-3075
Direct Tel: +(44) 7525 487595



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