Did You Know?

The Coral Triangle is an area of global conservation priority providing habitat for 76% of coral reef species, more than 3000 fish species, turtles, sharks, and marine mammals such as cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises), and dugongs.
The Coral Triangle consists of six member countries including Indonesia, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and Timor Leste. This area plays an important role in providing marine resources to maintain economic and food securities. It is a source of livelihood for 130 million coastal people as well as supporting global market.


Many partners working at SBS have invested their efforts in the development and implementation of an effective Marine Protected Area (MPA), developing MPA network, and supporting sustainable fisheries practices.
Therefore, sundabandaseascape.com summarizes joint conservation efforts in the SBS region. This website is a place to collaborate and share publications as well as lesson learned on marine and fisheries management that support the continuity of ecosystem conservation and the sustainability of biodiversity in SBS.

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