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¡Las áreas protegidas nacionales en Chile reducen la pobreza! Analizamos el efecto de las áreas protegidas sobre la pobreza de la población. Los resultados mostraron que el establecimiento de un área protegida que cubra, al menos, el 17% de una comuna contribuiría con una reducción significativa en el índice de pobreza de esta, especialmente en áreas que se ubican en la región patagónica. Invertir en áreas protegidas es mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas que habitan las comunidades portal y de toda la población chilena. Conoce más detalles, descargando el artículo: https://www.conservation-strategy.org...
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Sustainable fishing practices are a growing global concern, the impacts of which affect all marine life across the globe and fishing industries. As an archipelago, Indonesia has an incredible potential to be a leader in sustainable fishing practices, with enough marine life to provide the country with an abundance of seafood, however, though blessed with the coral triangle and its marine biodiversity, Indonesia fishery practices are still far from sustainable. 
The Kei Islands is a small archipelago region located in the southeastern part of Maluku province Indonesia that consists of several islands, including Kei Besar, Kei Kecil, Tanimbar Kei, Dullah Islands, Kuur, Taam, and Tayandu islands. This region is also part of the Coral Triangle (CT), an area with a high biodiversity level that needs to be managed by Marine Protected Area (MPA) where human activities are limited in order to preserve the ecosystems.
The training participants in the FGD session. Photo credit: Hasan Adha Fauzi                          
As part of Conservation Strategy Fund Indonesia’s ongoing collaboration with The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), CSF Indonesia held a National Seminar and Policy Dialogue on research and policy in fisheries socio-economics.
In 2018, Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) and our partner Oceana conducted a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) to assess the creation of the proposed Nazca Ridge Marine Protected Area (MPA) located off the coast of central Peru. Our analysis estimated the benefits from the creation of a proposed MPA 100 kilometers offshore and found that the benefits to conserving the marine ecosystem far outweighed the costs of management.