Establishing the World’s Largest Transnational Marine Protected Area

An aerial view of a Costa Rican shoreline with clear blue water, beach that has a mix of rocks and sand, bordered by a thick green forest
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This project will support the planning and establishment of the world’s largest transnational marine protected area, including waters of Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Re:wild will support processes to engage local communities and other stakeholders, advocacy campaigns, management plans and other planning and establishment needs. The project will also help unify a larger coalition of local and international organizations to support ridge-to-reef management, sustainable financing mechanisms and capacity building for law enforcement and monitoring within and across the region.

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