Series

Land of the Shallow Seas

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Envisioning a resilient future for The Bahamas

The Bahamas is evidently rich in incredible natural resources, from intricate mangrove forests to bright coral gardens to abundant fisheries. Today, myriad stakeholders of the sea are looking to balance competing interests while acknowledging a complex past. Just under the ocean surface, a world of opportunities awaits.

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Series Introduction

Stakeholders of the Bahamian Sea: A view beyond the postcard

Watch

Bodies of Water
Short Film
Antonese
Short Film
Plastic Warriors
Short Film
Understanding Our Deep Ocean Habitats
Short Film

Read

Alannah Vellacott

The Guardian: Taking care of the Bahamian sea for the next generation
5 min read
The Catalyzer: Promoting conversations that act as a force for change
Kara Jamie Norton
6 min read

Katie Storr

The Documenter: Creating empathy for ocean ecosystems through photography
6 min read

Wavemaker

Why Elijah Sands believes communication and collaboration are vital for The Bahamas’ land and sea
5 min read
Fishing Tales and Seaside Photographs from The Bahamas
Alessandro Sarno
8 min read

Wavemaker

How love, care, and compassion can foster climate resilience
7 min read
Hurricane Dorian: Our recovery from the alarming realities of a warming world
Trevor Oneil Johnson II
7 min read

Poem

A Love Letter to the Competent Authority

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April 2021

How The Tide is supporting the management of 21 marine protected areas in The Bahamas

March 2021

How The Tide is helping build a team of Certified Community Marine Scientists in The Bahamas

Watch the digital screening event of two original short films and a panel discussion

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