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Learn more about Fauna & Flora International’s marine conservation work.
Global marine ecosystems are facing unprecedented threat from overfishing and overexploitation, escalating pollution, marine and coastal habitat destruction, and climate change. In response to these threats, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is advancing its ambitious programme to protect key marine sites and address the wider causes of marine declines.
With the help of our network of partners around the world we are gaining a clearer picture of the specific challenges and requirements at our project sites, and developing locally-relevant marine conservation solutions that are sustainable and inspiring for others.
FFI’s marine work has three main objectives:
1. Safeguard species, habitats and livelihoods through effective protection and management of marine ecosystems.
2. Tackle the wider threats to marine species and habitats through improved policy and practice.
3. Support lasting change by strengthening the ability of local people and organisations to protect their marine environments.
For a detailed insight into FFI’s approach to marine conservation, read our strategy (PDF).