Partnership is at the core of what Shoal is aiming to achieve. The development and nurturing of meaningful partnerships mean an amplified voice, a sharing of skills and ultimately a more solid foundation for success.

Conservation Optimism’s extensive network can help Shoal fulfil one of its principal objectives: to raise awareness of the need for more and better freshwater conservation action. Awareness-raising is crucial at this relatively early stage of Shoal’s development. As Shoal’s platform builds, it will become easier to fundraise and thus forge new partnerships that can in turn create lasting change for freshwater species and the habitats they depend on.

Shoal embraces the positivity behind Conservation Optimism. For people to feel they can help the biodiversity crisis, they need to be given actionable advice, and the reassurance that they can make a difference. We are keen to share success stories and promote resources that help people get stuck in and participate in solutions.

Credit: Will O’Hare

The #Parosphromenus Project is a non-commercial project working to create awareness, research, and #conservation actions for the genus of 𝑃𝑎𝑟𝑜𝑠𝑝ℎ𝑟𝑜𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠 native to Malaysia and Indonesia.

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We will be celebrating #ChampionsOfTheEndangered on Wednesday!

With @TheEllenFund, we invite you to share stories about inspirational people working to protect threatened species and ecosystems on June 29.

Check out the Champions we have featured so far:
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"Being infectious in the environment for three days, that’s long enough to get from the wastewater treatment works to the public beach"

Seems like a good enough reason to avoid polluting #rivers with #microplastics.

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