Fiji’s marine ecosystem has an incredible biodiversity. Here is a look at some of the species we have come across.
Though Fiji’s reefs are splendid, anthropogenic effects are negatively impacting local marine resources.
The Yanuca community has retained many of their traditions, while also incorporating modern culture.
After a wide spread coral bleaching in the Caribbean in 2005, PBF began to track the health of corals in Panama.
DuMouchelle and Solook traveled throughout Fiji to better understand traditional Fijian music and culture.
The Fijian canoe is a major part of Fijian sailing culture.
The Prince of the Bay is trapped in Totoya’s lagoon, encouraging us to learn more about humpbacks.