Coral health assessment in Caribbean or Indo-Pacific reefs. Produced by the GEF CRTR Program with research by Centre researchers Roger Beeden, Bette Willis and Cathie Page. Click on the images to download .pdf versions.
Coral Disease Handbook. Guidelines for Assessment, Monitoring & Management
Underwater Cards for Assessing Coral Health on Indo-Pacific Reefs
Underwater Cards for Assessing Coral Health on Caribbean Reefs
Policy Brief: Promoting collaborative management of small-scale fisheries in the tropics. Collaborative (co-) management provides resource users with a greater say in making and enforcing rules for small-scale fisheries. When properly implemented, co-management can help to sustain fisheries and the livelihoods of people that depend on the ocean. Co-management is most successful when key socio-economic, contextual, and institutional conditions are in place. These conditions are highlighted in this policy brief by Joshua Cinnner and Tim McClanahan.
Considering gender: Practical guidance for rural development initiatives in Solomon Islands. This program brief highlights and summarizes the findings and knowledge sharing of two workshops between 2015 and 2016 with representatives from national and provincial governments, and nongovernmental organizations of Solomon Islands. Combining these insights and findings from a WorldFish study helps formulate the gender-transformative approach where development actors and communities closely work together to identify, examine, question and attempt to shift, in locally appropriate ways, harmful or inequitable gender norms and power imbalances between women and men.