A new successful garbage collection today with the help of the Bourdons de Moorea! The area from Tahiamanu Beach to Opunohu Bay was cleared of its waste. Again, we found a lot of plastics: ropes, nets, plastic bottles, food packaging, lollipop sticks, etc. This waste is often found in dead turtle stomachs , which unfortunately do […]
The “MANA HONU, aita te pehu” education and awareness project aims to promote eco-friendly habits in order to significantly reduce plastic use to safeguard marine biodiversity. This Project includes: The organization of educational workshops in Punaauia schools on the alarming consequences of plastic pollution and the eco-friendly habits to adopt. The organization of a competition for […]
Te mana o te moana’s teams located on the island of Tetiaroa observed the first green sea turtle laying of the season on August 16th on Onetahi motu. On the atoll throughout the laying season, the biologists and volunteers of our foundation have as a main mission to account for female traces in the sand, to identify laying females, to confirm […]
The fight against pollution which deteriorates our environment and threatens animal species is an integral part of Te mana o te moana’s mission. Join us for cleanup day on the roads of Moorea to prevent this human pollution from ending up in our lagoon. Meet us next Tuesday, November 10, at 8:30 am at Tiahura […]
A second successful HEI HONU training session in Moorea! Sustainable development, marine biodiversity, plastic pollution, environnemental friendly actions and practical workshops enhanced these 2 days of training. A big thank you to the participants for their motivation and to the Fond de Développement de la Vie Associative (FDVA) for its support.