The SAIA Fish Lists, indicating species unsuitable for the average hobbyist or unsustainable in collection from the wild, are a real success story. Since their first publication in 2011 they have been downloaded…
Blog Articles Tagged with “sustainability”
SAIA Fish Lists
Often discussed but obviously not being stressed enough is the topic of unsuitable species. Therefore SAIA has compiled a list of marine aquarium species/families who are difficult to keep alive and thriving in the long-term in the…
Can the Indonesian Marine Aquarium Trade ever become sustainable?
The founders of LINI (The Indonesian Nature Foundation) share their thoughts after decade-long work in trying to improve the marine aquarium trade and fishery in Indonesia.
Turf war in Hawai'i
Since decades a turf war is going on in island paradise Hawai'i. Opponents of the marine aquarium trade and hobby demand the ban of the aquarium fishery from Hawaiian waters, whereas the Department of Aquatic Resources improves…
How many Dorys are there in the sea?
SAIA intends to start a project in collaboration with scientists researching the status of Paracanthurus hepatus populations in Indonesia and in the Philippines. The project seeks to use the public attention…
Dory Interview (Coral Magazine)
CM in interview with Christiane Schmid about the effects that Disney-Pixar's new movie Finding Dory could have on the marine aquarium trade and about the objectives of the SAIA campaign "All Eyes on Dory".