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Growing Resilient Communities Through Coral Restoration: A Conversation with Tasya Karissa, CoFounder and Executive Director of Biorock, Indonesia - Shared screen with speaker view
Khairul Anwar AS
35:51
Sorry, Is it allowed to record this session? :)
Khairul Anwar AS
35:57
Just for personal documentation
Ashley MP
46:58
Hello everyone, I am not able to join you today by video or have the capability to speak on audio! But I can hear you all well :D
Ashley MP
47:10
My name is Ashley. I'm calling in from Washington State.
Ashley MP
47:50
**claps**
Women's Earth Alliance
52:08
Hi Anju and Mishal!
Women's Earth Alliance
52:19
And Stefani!
Ashley MP
52:58
This Coral Reef Status report makes me so sad :(
Stefani Han
53:14
Hello all
Women's Earth Alliance
53:20
Heartbreaking :(
Ashley MP
55:24
Question for later: Where does Indonesia get the funds they use towards coral conservation? Is it mostly from in-country revenue streams or from outside conservation groups (thinking 'big greens' like the nature conservancy etc etc)
Ashley MP
01:14:10
Question for later: When considering their 4 pillars, can Tasya expand upon on the epistemologies* they value as an organization? For instance: Considering the context of the coastal areas, coastal fisher people may identify as indigenous ...And they have deep rooted world views and knowledge systems* within their culture and connection with the sea. These perspectives are often absent from Science literature and are 'dismissed' or can be distorted by 'outside' researchers or visiting professionals [who are from outside the fisher people community]. Does Tasya's team incorporate ways for fisher people to contribute to the coral restoration and research in this way?
Ashley MP
01:26:04
I can't speak on audio
Ashley MP
01:26:06
:(
Hannah Méndez
01:27:29
How do you predict your organization will be impacted by COVID-19, and do you have any plans as to how to combat the negative effects of the tourism industry shutting down to continue to support the local community?
Ashley MP
01:29:06
Thank you for asking my questions :D
Hannah Méndez
01:33:37
thank you! Another question: what have you found in terms of women’s role in environmental protection projects, do you feel it is mostly male dominated? Does this differ depending on regions, is it more female directed in Bali?
Ashley MP
01:34:02
What was tasya's email on the last slide? Thank you.
Ashley MP
01:34:38
I appreciate Khairul's question.
Women's Earth Alliance
01:37:57
www.biorock-indonesia.com tasya@biorock-indonesia.co
Women's Earth Alliance
01:43:14
https://womensearthalliance.org/2020indonesiaaccelerator/
Hannah Méndez
01:43:43
amazing!
Claudia V.’s iPhone
01:44:00
thank you
Ashley MP
01:44:27
Thank you so much !! You are really inspiring :D Even here in USA I don't get to see many Maritime SE Asian/American scholars in marine science and or conservation :)
Hannah Méndez
01:45:41
I really hope I will get to be working with you this fall. Such incredible and inspiring work.
Ashley MP
01:45:54
**claps**
Jacqueline Duncan
01:46:07
Thank you for sharing!! So informative and inspiring!
Ira Maresa
01:46:08
thank you
Louise
01:46:12
Thank you!