|Location:||Isabel and Choiseul Provinces, Solomon Islands|
|Subject:||Conservation; turtles; marine resources|
|Series:||Community Conservation in Action|
|Producer:||Tradewinds Communications; South Pacific Biodiversity Conservation Programme (SPREP)|
|Description:||Three villages from different islands have used the marine resources of the remote and uninhabited Arnavon Islands for centuries. Overharvesting of sea turles have had a severe impact on the South Pacific’s most important hawksbill turtle breeding area. Villagers have agreed to protect the resources of the islands and there are village conservation officers on the main island of Kerehikapa.|
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