Investigating stakeholder perceptions of resource decline: a case study from the Danajon Bank, Philippines

I recently visited the Danajon Bank Double Barrier Reef in the Philippines to investigate what stakeholder groups with interests in fisheries perceive to be the main drivers of fish decline and which conservation strategies are present to mitigate these main drivers. I conducted this research because fish populations are declining in the Danajon Bank and … Continue reading Investigating stakeholder perceptions of resource decline: a case study from the Danajon Bank, Philippines

Going into the field to determine how perceived drivers of fish populations vary between different stakeholder groups.

Principal Investigator: Jeremy Horowitz Supervisors: Professor Bob Pressey, Dr. Georgina Gurney, Dr. Amelia Wenger Danajon Bank is the only double barrier reef in the Philippines, and one of six in the world. It has significant conservation values and faces diverse threats from human activities, both in the marine environment and in nearby catchments that flow … Continue reading Going into the field to determine how perceived drivers of fish populations vary between different stakeholder groups.