Back in November, I wrote about our work in Papua New Guinea to plant a seed for conservation in the Western Pacific.

A new video has been produced by the Bismark Ramu Group telling that same story from the point of view of one of the community organizers that has been working to save leatherback sea turtles.

The community work to protect the oceans has extended beyond leatherbacks to issues such as industrial fishing, deep sea mining, and fighting against the impacts of climate change.

We are proud to have been a spark for activism in Papua New Guinea.

Watch the video to see the impact of our work.