2012 MAR Fellow, Carlos Ponce realized an interview in local Mexican newspaper Novedades. He presented us his project called “private reserves in Quintana Roo state”.
María Eugenia Arreola, Director of the MAR Leadership Program announced that in two weeks, the names of the 2012 cohort leaders will be released.
Judge Ann Aiken met with Yimy Chirinos and invited him to sit in on programs at Oregon’s U.S. District Court. She also pointed him to a wealth of resources available at the D.C.-based Federal Judicial Center.
ELAW Autumn Newsletter highlights 2011 MAR leader. “My vision is to educate judges and prosecutors in coastal Honduras on fisheries law,”explains Yimy Chirinos.
2011 cohort leader, Gaby Nava appears in Scientific American. The magazine underlines her work on coral nurseries in a 2-page article.
Yimy Chirinos, of the 2011 Cohort, is currently participating in a 10-week fellowship at the Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide offices in Oregon…
Alamar was filmed in the Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve, a Protected Area where Kim Ley (2011 MAR Fellow) has worked with local fishers for years.
The Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Program (MAR Leadership) is looking for 10 to 12 individuals to form part of its 2012 Cohort….
On June 26, fishers from three cooperatives requested that representatives from SAGARPA impose a total fishing ban on queen conch for 5 years….
The MAR Leadership Program’s Induction Workshop for the 2011 Cohort was held on March 5-12, 2011 in Roatan, Honduras.
“Without [coral reefs] there would be no ecosystem and no marine life.” Coral reefs are like underwater hotels, housing thousands of guests in their colorful, living walls.
Yashin Dujon—a technical officer at the Belize Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation and a 2010 MAR Leader–has earnestly devoted a great deal of time and energy to his country.
“New revolutionaries: they march forward, forming contingencies of environmental consciousness. They know how to plan, wait, hope, insist and when the moment has come, act.”
Insufficient coastal development planning is a global issue. From the Riviera Maya to the Bay Islands of Honduras, developers are always one step ahead…
The MAR Leadership Program’s second meeting: Innovating to Conserve the MAR was held from April 12 – 15 at Hacienda Tijax in Río Dulce, Guatemala.
From February 1 – 4, 2010, the MAR Leadership Program Induction Meeting was held at Hotel Iberostar in Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico.