22 May 2014
The 5th CTI-CFF Ministerial Meeting (MM5) approved the establishment of a new thematic technical working group (TWG), bringing to five the total number of active TWGs under the CTI-CFF, each corresponding... more»
22 May 2014
Brunei Darussalam, sitting as an Observer State at the 5th CTI-CFF Ministerial Meeting (MM5) in Manado, Indonesia, on May 15, reconfirmed its intent to be a Party to the CTI-CFF.The sultanate was represented... more»
22 May 2014
The first four flagship sites of the Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area System (CTMPAS) were revealed on May 13 in a launch activity at the sidelines of the World Coral Reef Conference in Manado, Indonesia.... more»
21 May 2014
An innovative platform to highlight the role of women leaders in protecting and sustaining the world’s epicenter of marine biodiversity was launched on May 13 at the sidelines of the World Coral Reef... more»
20 May 2014
Indonesia’s Vice President Boediono on May 16 was given a preview tour of the facility that will house the CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat.Located in Grand Kawanua International City (GKIC) in Manado, North... more»
19 May 2014
The CTI-CFF Council of Ministers (COM) on May 15 approved the Coral Triangle Center (CTC) (external link) as a CTI-CFF Partner.CTC, an NGO based in Bali, Indonesia, is the first new Partner of the CTI-CFF... more»
16 May 2014
The first editions of the State of the Coral Triangle Report are now available for free downloading here, or from the Coral Triangle Knowledge Network website (external link).Launched on May 13 at the sidelines... more»
15 May 2014
The Catlin Seaview Survey (external link) has published on Google Maps some amazing photospheres from their survey of Tubbataha Reefs, Philippines, in March 2014. Click on the links below for a glimpse... more»
30 April 2014
The CTI-CFF takes center stage in the April 2014 edition of Green Light (external link), a publication of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Governance for Sustainability. Green Light,... more»
29 April 2014
(JCU MEDIA RELEASE) In a world-first study published on April 14, researchers have found that fish in the wild respond adversely to ocean acidification.“Fish living at natural carbon dioxide seeps have... more»