Steve de Neef

Steve de Neef is a photojournalist who mainly focuses on conservation stories. He feels most at home in our seas and oceans, especially in the coral triangle region. He says that working with GRID is an amazing opportunity to highlight some of the incredible nature and wildlife found in the Philippines.

Fishermen, scientists, and environmental activists have been at work for decades in imaginary constructs called marine protected areas. This grand experiment started in Apo Island, through the work of one scientist, nearly 40 years ago.
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Turning the Tide

Fishermen, scientists, and environmental activists have been at work for decades in imaginary constructs called marine protected areas. This grand experiment started in Apo Island, through the work of one scientist, nearly 40 years ago.

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Turning the Tide

Fishermen, scientists, and environmental activists have been at work for decades in imaginary constructs called marine protected areas. This grand experiment started in Apo Island, through the work of one scientist, nearly 40 years ago.

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