Community and tradition protects one of the world's biggest reefs | Pacific Beat

Community and tradition protects one of the world's biggest reefs

Community and tradition protects one of the world's biggest reefs

Updated 31 August 2012, 17:10 AEST

In Fiji, the World Wide Fund for Nature is working with local communities around Macuata Province on the Island of Vanua Levu in a bid to conserve one of the world's biggest reefs.

It's a long term project that started several years ago with the endorsement of Turaga Ni Koro's or Village chiefs -

John Papik spoke to Francis Areki, a consultant with World Wide Fund for Nature, about the work.

Presenter: John Papik

Speaker:Francis Areki a consultant with World Wide Fund for Nature on conserving Fiji's Great Sea Reef

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