Category " ECO Alliances "

Here you find a list of posts filed under the category ECO Alliances.

Considering, integrating, activating, supporting local communities in their conservation efforts.

Seals and fishermen united in one boat

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 07.12.2010 at 21:50

Seals and coastal fishermen face identical threats, more than just the rapid depletion of fish resources by exploitive trawlers…

Piperi – coast of the monk seals

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 24.07.2010 at 18:43

Piperi Island, Northern Sporades – the Last Unknown in the Aegean Sea. Refuge for the Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus), Eleonora’s falcon (Falco eleonorae), endemic reptile (Podarcis erhardii weigandi) and  plant species (Campanula rechingeri). Core zone of the Marine Park.

Eco-diving directives for Raja Ampat

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 18.07.2010 at 08:58

A community – related proposal LMA KALANAFAT in collaboration with diving experts, BAPEDA, DINAS WARIWISATA; CAMAT Samate, CAMAT Saonek and CAMAT Misool and other KECEMATAN in the new KAPUPATEN RAJA AMPAT, in close collaboration with the village communities identify the best sites for future diving base camps within the boundaries of Raja Ampat. The proposals […]

Old Alonnisos – Patitiri waterfront

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 16.07.2010 at 16:08

Visions from the old days when Chora was the main settlement and down at Patitiri waterfront only these few buildings existed.

Piperi – the cultural heritage

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 13.07.2010 at 13:34

Try to imagine a scenario hardly feasible, as frustrating as the task of designing a national park status regulation for islands never visited, never seen even from some distance or never assessed by other people to rely upon. The result got to be totally inadequate, rather counterproductive, useless throughout – lacking any reflection of all […]