• Editorial: COP11 to the CBD
    (Yemaya 41, Nov 12)
  • Restricting Lives and Livelihoods
    (Yemaya 26; Nov 07) Fr, Esp
    The recent enforcement of ‘no take’ regulations in the Gulf of Mannar National Park, India, compromises the livelihood security of fisherwomen and local communities
  • Empowering Agenda
    (Yemaya 26; Nov 07) Fr, Esp
    Mexico needs to create an enabling environment for women to participate meaningfully in the protection of its vast biodiversity
  • Arent We Missing Something?
    (Yemaya 26; Nov 07) Fr, Esp
    In Cape Town, South Africa, an Anglophone Africa Sub-Regional Workshop was held in August 2007 to discuss the Programme of Work on Protected Areas under the Convention on Biological Diversity. The workshop, however, completely ignored gender concerns
  • Winning Strategies
    (Yemaya 26; Nov 07) Fr, Esp
    A mixed bag of innovative strategies helps to empower women and improve biodiversity in Zanzibar
  • Uncertain Future
    (Yemaya 24; Mar 07) Fr, Esp
    Women seaweed collectors in the Gulf of Mannar region of Tamil Nadu, India, face an uncertain future
  • Long Road Ahead
    (Yemaya 21; Mar 06) Fr, Esp
    Seeking allotments of management and exploitation areas can be a major challenge for women engaged in artisanal fisheries in Chile today
  • Conservation Contradictions
    (Yemaya 21; Mar 06) Fr, Esp
    The marine extractive reserve (RESEX) model from Brazil could have greater benefits for local communities, as compared to other conservation approaches. However, for this to happen, certain issues will need to be resolved.
  • For a Better World
    (Yemaya 19; Aug 05) Fr, Esp
    The article speaks of the efforts of a woman from the seaside village of Ban Jao Mai, Trang Province, Thailand, who along with the fisherfolks of the region dedicated themselves to make life return to the once barren sea