1. Location of NGO Marine Conservation Philippines

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    Marine Conservation Philippines is a volunteer-based non-profit organisation fighting for the preservation of endangered coral reefs and other fragile marine habitats in the Philippines. This video let's you know where we are located exactly, and how you may get to us. Please visit our website www.marineconservationphilippines.org for more information

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    • Marine Conservation Philippines Location

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      This is a Google Earth tour showing the location of Marine Conservation Philippines, starting in South East Asia, and going through the Philippines, The Visayas, Negros Oriental to Zamboanguita, where Marine Conservation Philippines is located.

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      • The Emergence of Cooperation: How it Relates to Marine Conservation and Governance?

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        Presented by Dr. Xavier Basurto, Assistant Professor of Sustainable Science, Duke University Biography: Dr. Basurto is the Assistant Professor of Sustainability Science within the division of Marine Science & Conservation at Duke University. Trained as a marine biologist, he completed a M.S in Natural Resources studying small-scale fisheries in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Realizing the need to bring social science theories into his work on common-pool resources, he earned a MPA and a Ph.D. in Management (with a minor in Cultural Anthropology) from the University of Arizona. Prior to working at Duke he was an associate visiting scholar at the Workshop for Political Theory and Policy Analysis of Indiana University. Dr. Basurto’s experience lies in the governance and theory of common-pool resources, community-based management, and institutional analysis of social-ecological systems, especially in the context of coastal marine environments and protected areas in rural Latin America. Methodologically, he is familiar with a variety of quantitative and qualitative approaches, and formally trained on Qualitative Comparative Analysis. He is also a member of To Big to Ignore (TBTI), a global partnership for small-scale fisheries research.

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        • Blue Ventures, marine conservation in Madagascar

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          Filmed in 2007, this was broadcast on the community channel, UK.

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          • Beyond the Obituaries: Success in Conservation

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            Jeremy Jackson, Nancy Knowlton, Heike Lotze, and Daniel Pauly speak about what success and failure look like for the field of Marine Conservation. The interviews were conducted by Cotton Rockwood and Levi Lewis at the 2013 International Marine Conservation Congress in Vancouver. I was given access to use these 'Beyond the Obituaries' interviews for a project in the UCSD Visual Arts Department. All other footage is Creative Commons licensed, and listed below. Listed in Order of Appearance: Marine Sanctuaries by SciTech.FLIX, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ej85bEhVAo Sanctuary by Esther Figueroa, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQ77ehlSrlo Gray Whales of Baja by Whales Worldwide, Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/92871259 Yellowtail by Brandon Doheny, Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/110381533 Brutal Killing of Bluefin Tuna Exposed by Animal Inequality, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPlDrCOJUCg Welcome to Tsukiji, Documentary by J. Almena Redondo, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCguyWSqUEk Watching dinner being prepared at Noryangjin Fish Market, Seoul, South Korea by Anders Riel Müller, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvEJf7NOaNU Mexico City's Pollution: Towards a Better Future by auriferousclovers, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soclrye-woE Marine Debris by SciTech.FLIX, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQpCzZI5Vqo Whales in Greenland by guardthemind, Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AH0IActwcTI

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            • A Ray of Light II

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              A Ray of Light II is the sequel to the internationally acclaimed short film, "A Ray of Light," released in 2012. See "A Ray of Light" here - https://vimeo.com/44105823 Behind the Scenes of A Ray of Light II - Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpe6_7bOO98 Behind the Scenes of A Ray of Light II - Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPe7dSgOVRU Support Asociacion Ondine and Marine Conservation in the Mediterranean here - http://www.gofundme.com/asociacionondine Two years have passed since the world was introduced to an unknown conservationist, Brad Robertson, who was struggling against the odds to build ambitious conservation projects in his new home, the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, thousands of miles away from his native home of Australia. Suddenly, thrust into the local limelight, Brad went from being a Dive Instructor with a dream to develop sustainable community conservation projects, to TV appearances, magazine and media interviews and becoming the face of Balearic Marine Conservation. Support came in from around the world, including donations to help build his Conservation based Non-Profit Organisation, Asociacion Ondine. However, with the increased public profile and growth of his ambitions, came greater responsibilities and pressures in both his professional and personal life. A Ray of Light II details how life has changed for Brad and follows Asociacion Ondine on their most ambitious undertaking yet, a two day Stingray tagging expedition with a passionate team of volunteers battling fatigue and personal challenges both physical and emotional. A Ray of Light II is an honest, raw and at times emotional look deep into the reality of life on the front lines of conservation amongst the people who sacrifice much of what you take for granted, all to try and make their small part of the world, a better place for everyone. www.scarletviewmedia.com http://asociacionondine.org/ With thanks to: Asociacion Ondine, Fourth Element, Novatech, Canon, Apeks, Pete Lucas and the crew of The Bonnie Lass

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              • Give Frank a Break - The Australian Marine Conservation Society

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                This is a short film starring the very funny Frank Woodley. I produced it for the Australian Marine Conservation Society to encourage people to use less plastic. Because every piece of plastic ever created by us is still on the planet today.

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                • Alex Walters Showreel

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                  This is my cinematography showreel from projects I filmed over the summer of 2014. It starts by revealing the quiet yet intriguing wildlife on a small stretch of the River Avon just outside Bath, going on to take you on a journey through the vastly varied wildlife and landscapes of Madagascar. In conclusion it focuses down on a story of marine conservation that I filmed in Andavadoka on the south west coast of the island, following a young fisherman called Avy. I hope you enjoy it!

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                  • Sylvia Earle, Mission Blue, 2014 Sargasso Sea Symposium, SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity and Conservation

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                    SEA Semester: Marine Biodiversity & Conservation, is an integrated semester that applies modern biodiversity research to place-based resource management in the coastal and open ocean. Students conduct authentic biodiversity and policy research that contributes directly to the international effort to protect the Sargasso Sea. They then present their research findings and policy recommendations to a panel of invited experts as part of a formal, professional symposium. In this video, Dr. Sylvia Earle, an American marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer speaks during the 2014 Sargasso Sea Symposium, held at Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, MA

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                    • Sun Na Anti-Shark Finning Campaign

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                      Sun Na's life changed when she came across a finned hammerhead while diving on vacation. Since that encounter Sun Na has dedicated her time and energy to promote anti shark finning campaigns throughout China. She single handedly raised over twenty thousand dollars to help support educational programs focused on spreading awareness of shark conservation. Sun Na is an ocean warrior in the truest sense of the word. www.zero.ngo.cn Filmed & Edited by Amanda Cotton www.acottonphoto.com

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