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“OceanNEnvironment only undertake projects that yield
measurable goals and objectives. Our positional statements are:
If long-term conservation is to take place - it is dependent on our
capacity to persuade local people that they will be ‘better off’
protecting the natural system than degrading it, by creation of markets
for goods and services in an environmentally manner.
If local people gain from sustainable use of the coral reef through
tourism, they will protect this asset and may even invest future resources
into it. Marine parks and reserves cannot survive without the support of
the local people.
We believe that understanding, appreciation and love begets
preservation and protection people can only protect and preserve what they
love therefore it is important that they have affinity and connection to
the environment. In this aspect OceanNEnvironment actively support marine
research and educational programs with financial grants and logistic
is a non-profit organization listed with the Registrar of Environmental
Organisations in Australia. The mission of OceanNEnvironment promotes and
initiates preservation projects as well as endeavors to document the
status of coral reefs, bio-diversity and the impact of man-made pollution
through research programs and educational expeditions. OceanNEnvironment
provides lectures and educational material to schools, private clubs and
other non-profit organizations. OceanNEnvironment is also the principal
sponsor for the production of Asian Geographic Magazine.
of OceanNEnvironment are volunteers comprising of award-winning underwater
filmmakers, photographers, marine biologists, researchers and writers
dedicated to produce high quality natural history multi-media works. Our
objective is to present information about our natural heritage in an
exciting and thought provoking manner. Our aim is to motivate people to
learn, to love and to help preserve our natural world.
of our prominent Honorary members and Board members are: Dr. Carden
Wallace – Director, Museum of Tropical Queensland,
Dr. Gerry Allen – Western Australia Museum, Doug Perrine, Author
of Sharks and Mysteries of
the Sea , Dr. Nicholas Pilcher Vice Chair of UNIMAS, Dr. Howard Latin,
Conservation Proferssor Newark, New Jersey, Dr. Elizabeth Wood (UK - Coral
Reef Conservation Officer), Dr. Douglas
Fenner,( AIMS) and Leandro Blanco, BBC Filmmaker Award winner to
name but a few.
Key issues on our immediate agenda is lobbying for restriction of export of Chelinus undulatus – Maori Wrasse to the live-fish trade in Hong Kong and the initiation of the World Monitoring and Preservation Program for Napoleon Wrasse.
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Rainbow Wrasse - designed by Ria Tan
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