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Chapter 3: Beyond The Science

One of the challenges for scientists working in conservation is translating studies and data into actionable policies. How do we make communities a participant in marine conservation?

One of the key challenges for scientists working in conservation is translating studies and data into actionable policies. How do we make communities a participant in marine conservation? Organizations like RARE and Kapit Sisid are working towards bridging the gap between scientists and the communities who benefit from their findings.

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