18 Feb 2013
Over the past few decades, there has been increased awareness about the proper management of fish...
WOMEN’S ROLE IN FISHERIES AND COASTAL COMMUNITIES
24 Sep 2012
Women's issues loomed large on social and political agendas in the 1960s and entered the cons...
COOK ISLANDS DECLARE WORLD'S LARGEST MARINE PARK
3 Sep 2012
The newly proposed reserve is set to be 1.065 million square kilometres, almost twice the size of France
CORAL REEFS UNDER THREAT?
30 Aug 2012
An article on BBC Nature has highlighted the threat to worldwide coral reefs from crown-of-thorns...
OCEAN CONSERVATION - WHAT’S BEEN DONE IN 20 YEARS?
18 Jun 2012
In the light of the Rio+20 summit conservationists are hoping for greater guarantees and a more serious commitment to protect global oceans.
WORLD'S LARGEST MARINE PARK ANNOUNCED
15 Jun 2012
The Australian government has declared that they are to create the world’s largest network of marine parks to ensure the continued protection of ocean life.
PEACOCK MANTIS SHRIMP’S SUPER STRENGTH REVEALED
13 Jun 2012
The Peacock Mantis Shrimp, a tiny, colourful crustacean in the Indo-Pacific Ocean which has been referred to by researchers as a “heavily armoured caterpillar."
GROUPER DUO PERUSING THE REEF TOGETHER ON FRONTIER’S FIJI MARINE PROJECT
2 May 2012
Photo courtesy of Paul and Jill
Groupers: these terr...
Penguins Experience Big Brother Monitoring
13 Apr 2012
Colonies of penguins in the Antarctic have had their personal lives invaded...
Wibble Wobble; Jelly in a Lake
20 Feb 2012
The thought of swimming in a lake packed full of millions of jellyfish isn’t one that most people would jump at, but what if you were guaranteed not to be stung?
New objectives on the Fiji marine project...
4 Jan 2012
As the Fiji Marine project starts the first phase of 2012, the team has a couple of new exciting ...
Amazing Diving and Science in Fiji
9 Nov 2011
Week 6 Science in Fiji Marine
Fishing boats pushing seabirds to extinction
26 Sep 2011
Researchers find that unsustainable fishing practices are having detrimental effects on seabird populations around the world.
Fiji Biodiversity Bananza
1 Sep 2011
Amazing marine animals turning up in Fiji!
Having a Whale of a Time in Fiji
18 Aug 2011
Frontier Fiji are in a state of complete elation after having their best survey of 2011 last week. The team have been diving the inner barrier reef as part of their new collaboration with WWF.
Fiji to ban shark produce
25 Jul 2011
Fiji joins the list of countries to ban shark produce
Ray In, Ray Out
2 Jun 2011
This week, our volunteers in Fiji have been swimming with magnificent manta rays!
Plastic fisheries, a solution to save our seas
16 May 2011
When on holiday, we swim in what we believe are crystal clear waters. However, this is far from the truth. In reality our seas are littered with rubbish, the majority being plastic
Selfridges dives into marine sustainability
9 May 2011
Heard about the problems of overfishing but can’t see how you can help? Know you should only eat fish that comes from ‘sustainable sources’ but not sure what that means?
Banking on Coral
21 Mar 2011
Australian researchers have announced plans to cryogenically freeze coral samples to ensure their future survival.
Beached Whale in Kent Brings Whale Conservation to the UK
14 Mar 2011
A beached whale in Kent brings cetacean conservation back onto the headlines.
7 Mar 2011
New techniques of monitoring stress in corals is being used to hold polluters to account.
Thailand bans diving on damaged reefs
24 Jan 2011
Last week Thailand imposed an indefinite ban on scuba diving in a number of marine parks, in a bid to prevent further damage to deteriorating coral reefs.
Butterflies of the Sea
13 Jan 2011
Reports from Fiji of beautiful seaslugs, otherwise known as nudibranchs.
Something fishy is going on round here...
19 Nov 2010
The team in Fiji have recently acquired a Fish Aggregation Device which will be used to attract fish to the surface of the water where they can be better observed and monitored.
Oil spill blamed for Coral mass mortalities
8 Nov 2010
News of coral deaths in the Gulf of Mexico demonstrates the great need for coral reef conservation.
13 Oct 2010
The team at Frontier Fiji are embracing the muddy, swampy and salty surroundings of Mangrove forests as they begin to map out the extent and health of mangrove strands on the western side of Gau.
We’re having a whale of a time!
19 Aug 2010
Recent volunteers in Fiji were lucky enough to sight a pod of Humpback whales off the island of Gau - where Frontier’s Fiji Marine camp is based.
24 Jun 2010
Current volunteers in Fiji were given the unique chance to snorkel with some gentle giants as Manta birostris
20 Apr 2010
Our volunteers and research staff have been very busy in Fiji, investigating the abundance of fish present both on reefs adjacent to local villages and on isolated areas of coastline
Life After Frontier Fiji ends with TV documentary
9 Mar 2010
When we first saw the island that would be our home for the best part of three months it was from a boat that we had spent the night traveling on to reach the place we had heard so much about
Volunteers swim with grey reef sharks in Fiji!
5 Mar 2010
As the first phase of research draws to a close, our volunteers in Fiji experienced a once in a lifetime opportunity
Surveying sharks at the sharp end
20 Jul 2009
Shark survey work by Frontier-Fiji researchers at one of the world’s best dive sites has started to ring alarm bells
Going local in Fiji
27 Feb 2009
A vital part of Frontier’s conservation work is engaging with local communities and working with them towards sustainable resource use
Fijian sharks encourage new research
8 Dec 2008
Frontier volunteers have been diving at the Nigali Passage, Fiji, known to be one of the great diving spots in the South Pacific
Frontier wins PADI Environmental Award 2007!
8 Feb 2008
The Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE)/Frontier is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded the PADI Project Aware Environmental Achievement Award for 2007
SHARK FINNING - STRIP-MINING THE OCEAN'S SHARKS
Photo Courtesy of hyku
Shark populations are in decline worldwide due ma...