The COVID-19 pandemic, Part 2: Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism and its implications for coastal and marine ecosystems
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners and Managers
How to do science so it influences marine policy and management: An interview with Jon Fisher of The Pew Charitable Trusts
Why marine conservation and management need to be anti-racist and anti-colonial
How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting marine ecosystems, Part 1: Fisheries and aquaculture
What institutions need to do to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and financial crisis
Ecological grief: New research on the mental health consequences of working in marine conservation and management in a time of rapid global change
The EBM Toolbox: The state of conservation planning tools: Looking back and ahead with Patrick Crist of PlanIt Forward
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MSP Challenge: Marine spatial planning stakeholders learn by playing
Serious games for coastal and marine conservation, management, and adaptation – Find a game for your work!
Using serious games to increase understanding of marine ecosystem conservation and management: Practitioner experiences from around the world
Ocean solutions for climate change
Aquaculture and marine ecosystems: Friend or foe?
Ecosystem-based aquaculture: We need to stop thinking about an aquaculture farm as something within the limits of a few buoys or GPS coordinates on a map
Lessons learned from 40 years of Great Barrier Reef zoning
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Fishing for invertebrates is increasing dramatically, and it’s impacting marine ecosystems: How we can manage invertebrate fisheries better
Latest Marine Ecosystem News and Resources for Planners and Managers
From the Archives: Mining social media: The new world of abundant, ‘messy’ data and what marine conservation and management can learn from it (MEAM May 2018, Issue 11:7)
It’s not just about marine mammals anymore: How ocean noise can harm marine ecosystems
New tools for dynamic ocean management: EcoCast vs. Marxan and more
Were you on holiday/in the field during July and August? Catch up on The Skimmer!
Expanding our view of voices that matter: New perspectives on ocean stakeholders
The Slimmer Skimmer: An end to harmful fisheries subsidies may be coming soon – and that could help a marine ecosystem near you
From the Archives: Can we insure our way to healthier oceans and ocean communities? (MEAM Feb 2018, Issue 11:4)
What works to reduce marine plastic pollution? What we know and what we need to do
Ecological connectivity between the high seas and coastal waters: Why coastal communities need to care about what happens on the high seas
From the Archives: “Start where your audience is, not where you want them to be”: What EBM and MSP practitioners can (and should) learn from marketing (MEAM Feb 2016, Issue 9:4)
What is marine plastic pollution costing us? The impacts of marine plastic on the Blue Economy
US offshore wind under the Trump administration and new developments with offshore wind
Perspective: The growing importance of regional oceans cooperation
All things to all people: What different groups mean when they talk about the Blue Economy
If a country is not very dependent on the ocean, can it have a Blue Economy? A brief interview with Joanna Smith of Nature United
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Should we be conserving and managing marine ecosystems in 3D? The latest thinking on vertical zoning
The EBM Toolbox: How can we find hotspots for marine ecosystem services?
Understanding and promoting women’s roles in EU fisheries and aquaculture
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The Skimmer: Missing half the story: How considering gender can improve ocean conservation and management