37 Results for: Project Seahorse

Project Seahorse @IMPAC5 – see you there!

Exciting news for our team and supporters! Many of our team members will be attending, presenting, and chairing at IMPAC5 Canada, the Fifth International Marine Protected Areas Congress, a global forum that brings together ocean conservation professionals and high-level officials to inform, inspire, and act on marine protected areas. Our team is proud to be … Read more Project Seahorse @IMPAC5 – see you there!

Yet more pioneering work on wildlife trade

As persistent pioneers on export regulations for marine fishes, Project Seahorse will again be active and influential at November’s global meeting of the 183 countries that are members of CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). We have long served as the technical advisors to CITES on all … Read more Yet more pioneering work on wildlife trade

Delighted to share our Annual Report for 2020

We are delighted to share our Annual Report for 2020. It has been the most extraordinary of times and while Project Seahorse certainly had to move away from our usual broad array of international projects and collaborations in 2020, we found myriad ways to be active and proactive on management and policy issues. We introduce … Read more Delighted to share our Annual Report for 2020

2021 World Ocean Day – Dr. Sarah Foster

Dr. Sarah Foster has spent her career using science to help craft policy that protects marine life. Currently the program manager for the marine conservation organization Project Seahorse, Foster was instrumental in getting seahorses listed on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) Appendix II, a list of species threatened by international trade. … Read more 2021 World Ocean Day – Dr. Sarah Foster

CITES can – and should – improve its remedial process for countries that tolerate unsustainable trade

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) needs to improve how it deals with member countries that do not meet their commitment to sustainable trade, according to a study from the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries (IOF). On paper, CITES has teeth. Unlike many other big, international … Read more CITES can – and should – improve its remedial process for countries that tolerate unsustainable trade

Amanda Vincent shares how saving seahorses saves our seas…

As a new Fellow to the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) Dr. Amanda Vincent shared her love of seahorses, and how they anchor her trailblazing work in ocean conservation during the RSC Cafe Presentations in November 2020. New Fellows are invited to tell non-specialists about their work and why it is important. Earlier in 2020, … Read more Amanda Vincent shares how saving seahorses saves our seas…