Longtime Project Seahorse partner Guylian Belgian Chocolate has won a corporate social responsibility award recognizing their important contributions to marine conservation over the past sixteen years. Story | Seahorses of the World
In her recent Bevan Series lecture, Project Seahorse's Dr. Heather Koldewey argues that, amid all of the doom-and-gloom media coverage, there's reason for optimism about the future of our oceans. And we should take inspiration from that. Watch Heather's talk
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"Our generation is more interconnected than any before it. The possibilities for collaboration are dizzying."
Understanding the taxonomy, distributions and genetic connections among populations of seahorses is vital for conservation assessments and planning. Project Seahorse is a leading authority on seahorse biology and ecology.
Successful marine conservation depends on knowledge about the habitat needs of threatened species. Project Seahorse is undertaking a long-term study on the recovery of degraded coral reef within marine protected areas.
Project Seahorse tracks conservation gains from the multilateral Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), helping to ensure that the global seahorse trade is being regulated.
Working with people who have first-hand knowledge of the ecosystems that sustain them, Project Seahorse works with coastal communities in the Philippines, helping them to manage their marine resource sustainably and ensure food security.