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  • Affordable electronic monitoring for small-scale fishing vessels

    WWF is collaborating with the US government and a company called Flywire to develop a low cost electronic monitoring system that is able to collect high quality data at less than a tenth of the cost of existing systems used by the commercial fishing fleet.

    Ships in Indonesia
  • A view of the rattan forest canopy.
  • DETECT IT: Building a better way to detect illegal fish trade

    As part of WWF’s effort to double the world’s sustainably managed fisheries, we’re collaborating on the development of a big data analysis web tool to help in the fight against illegal fishing. 

    Fishing port in Morocco
  • A Healthy Tuul River for Mongolia

    The Tuul River Basin Authority, with the support of WWF and University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and the participation of stakeholders from the government, local representatives, academic institutions, and private sector, are developing a basin health report card.

    Tuul River in Mongolia
  • Sustainable Ranching Initiative

    WWF’s Sustainable Ranching Initiative works with farmers and ranchers around the world to identify and accelerate the use of more ecologically and economically sustainable management practices

     

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