LINI, as the first and only local NGO working on the development of sustainable marine ornamental fisheries in Indonesia, aims to support the conservation and management of marine ornamental fisheries throughout Indonesia, by empowering coastal communities, providing training in practical skills, promoting fairer trade and more sustainable practices of marine resource use.
LINI is partnering with Blue Ventures, a UK-based conservation NGO, to begin implementation of the octopus Fishery Improvement study in Banggai Laut Regency, in the Province of Central Sulawesi. This new Regency was established in 2013, and includes islands that were formerly part of Banggai Kepulauan Regency. Continue reading
LINI and Sea Communities are two social enterprises devoted to community based marine conservation in Bali and Buffalo Tours have had the pleasure of working with them on their projects. They believe that a sustainable future for Bali’s oceans and marine life is only possible with… <READ MORE>
Blue Ventures collaborates with LINI to develop Community-based Octopus Fisheries Conservation Project in Banggai Island learning from Blue Ventures’ vast experience in Madagascar.