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Protecting Caribbean Fish Sanctuaries (Video)

Did you know that a Parrot Fish can produce as much as 7 tons of sand in its life time? Learn more about our collaborative work to secure Caribbean fish sanctuaries by watching the Caribsave video below.

** Caribsave is a Not-For-Profit regional organization with its headquarters in Barbados. Caribsave was formed in 2008 as a partnership initiative between the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) and the University of Oxford.

Strengthening community-based fish sanctuaries

The first edition of  the Caribbean Fish Sanctuary Partnership (C-FISH) newsletter is now available. The February 2013 issue is titled “Strengthening community-based fish sanctuaries”. C-FISH is aimed at strengthening the management of fish sanctuaries, also known as marine reserves or ‘no-take’ zones.

The Caribbean Fish Sanctuary Partnership is a £2.1-million project funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) through the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC). The Caribsave Partnership is implementing the project on behalf of DFID and the CCCCC. The four-year project will operate in five countries across the Caribbean; Jamaica, Grenada, St Lucia, Dominica and St Vincent and the Grenadines.
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