LINI receives support from Bali Double C to continue our effort to expand our reef restoration project in Bali.
LINI collaborates with Indofishclub to reach out to the hobbyists and the industry in Indonesia to spread the words on our efforts to conduct reef conservation and to support sustainable marine ornamental fishery in Indonesia.
LINI have been working with Alila Manggis resort near Candidasa since 2013 to restore coral reefs in front of the resort. Alila is working with over 20 fishermen from surrounding communities to implement a reef restoration plan, implement a training program with local staff and educate guests, fishermen and the wider community about marine conservation and the impact of overfishing on marine habitats and coastal communities. For further information, please visit the Alila Resorts Sustainable Tourism portal.
Ron Lilley is originally from the UK, and now lives in Bali. He has travelled extensively throughout Indonesia, and has worked with a number of conservation NGOs. He assists LINI in proposal writing, proofreading and the production of publications, articles and papers in English for the media and specialist magazines. He also helps in developing outreach materials for the public, schools and volunteers,and gives presentations for LINI to the public. Ron has a Masters degreee in Conservation Biology, and is also a keen photographer of reptiles and invertebrates.