With the ban on SCUBA lobster fishing imminent, the residents of La Moskitia, Honduras, are poised to transition to a safe, sustainable, economically secure future in a fishery employing artisanal fishing practices.
Produced by iLCP Footage and editing by Tamino Castro Images by Cristina G. Mittermeier and Mikael Castro Special Consideration to the Center for Marine Ecology for support The Moskitio people, an ethnic group living on the Mosquitio Coast, have made their living primarily as diving lobster fishermen. By diving, we mean scuba diving. As the […]
Florida Wildlife Corridor introduction by Carlton Ward, conservation photographer and founding member of the expedition. For more info go to: http://www.FloridaWildlifeCorridor.org
Jasmine Thomas of the Saikuz nation As part of the Great Bear Rainforest Tripods in the Sky (TIS) with Neil Ever Osborne. About the TIS The Issues Enbridge Inc. has a long history of pipeline oil spills throughout Canada and the US, including a ruptured pipeline in Michigan less than a year ago that spewed […]
This is an interview by Amanda Follett and Neil Ever Osborne with Gerald Amos. Gerald is a Haisla Councillor, President of Coastal First Nations, and a grandpa. Interview was conducted in Kitamaat Village, near the town of Kitimat.
A first hand account from Bridget Besaw on the Patagonia RAVE and efforts to stop the proposed dams on the Baker and Pascua Rivers.