October 2019 News

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Remember us? Yes we still exist and yes we realize it’s been a long time between newsletters. The great news is that we’ve still been working hard and supporting our …

July 2016 News

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2016 Saving Philippine Reefs Expedition – Sangat Island This year the Unico Conservation Foundation and their supporters participated in the annual Saving Philippine Reefs Expedition at Sangat Island, Philippines.  Several …

March 2016 News

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Illegal poaching threatening sea turtle populations Globally, all seven known marine turtle species are declining or near extinction, mostly because of human actions. Five species of these sea turtles are …

December 2015 News

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Australia’s leading marine lifestyle magazine, Club Marine featured the Saving Philippine Reefs Expedition and UCF in their Dec/Jan 2016 edition. The article written by Sheree Marris documents inside the Tubbataha …

March 2015 Newsletter

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Cebu Mayor, Nelson Gamaliel Garcia at a Tanon Strait Protected Seascape Stakeholders summit has publicly stated that “Dolphins, whales, sharks are parasites and some of them should be killed”. Ironically, …

November 2014 News

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Four Unico Conservation Foundation members joined this year’s expedition onboard the Discovery Fleet to survey Tubbutaha Reef Natural Park. Since our previous trip the Discovery Fleet underwent a major makeover, …

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Sea Women of Melanesia

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We’ve expanded our work in the coral triangle by partnering up with the Coral Sea Foundation to fund the Sea Women of Melanesia (SWoM) program in the Milne Bay Province …

Love Where You Live

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Love where you Live is an exciting curriculum linked schools campaign that will showcase one of Melbourne’s best kept secret; Port Phillip Bay, a marine environment that rivals tropical reefs in colours and diversity.

Ecosystems Monitoring and Evaluation Project

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This project will improve the status of coral reefs and associated habitats through complementary monitoring in key marine biodiversity areas and tracking and analysing the status of these areas through an up-to-date digital information system.

Saving Philippines Reefs

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The Saving Philippines Reefs was an inspirational project that captured our imagination. It offered the unique opportunity for hands-on engagement that would help build a more sustainable future for the local people and to protect the unique marine values of the area.

Alan White Library

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Centralised quality educational resources are an essential tool for empowering local communities with the knowledge to create long-term sustainable change.

Melbourne Down Under

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A multimedia campaign designed to take this incredible colour and diversity of Port Phillip Bay to an audience of millions through several high profile media platforms.

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