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Sea Cucumber Ranching Supports Equitable Ocean Conservation

When people think about centering equity in ocean conservation, a sea cucumber is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. However, sea cucumber farming is turning out to be an equitable solution for managing marine resources that could soon be used throughout the world thanks to some emerging leaders who are part of the Blue Pioneers Accelerator Program. This intensive leadership development program builds capacity for solving complex ocean conservation problems through a curriculum that blends system and strategic thinking, collaborative problem solving, and rapid solution development. The Packard Foundation supported program started in China, but now includes…
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Yuwei Shi is visiting professor and academic director of the Blue Pioneers Program at University of California at Santa Cruz and co-founder of Impact Management Academy. He is also a Founder Institute mentor. His current research and practice interests center on impact management and sustainability transition.
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