Released in tandem with President Obama’s extension last week of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, this report focuses on groundbreaking approaches critical to scaling marine protection efforts. These new tools include Public-Private Partnerships that motivate government leadership, corporate investments based on perceived supply chain risk, and new subcontractor models of conservation being spearheaded by NGOs.
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