The SEA People

in the Media

SEA Today Morning Show (Indonesia):  Arno and Tom discuss Yaf Keru.

March 23, 2022.

Yayasan Orang Laut Papua was featured on SEA Today – an Indonesian news television channel targeting Southeast Asian and international audience. Tom and Arno talk about Raja Ampat and our Yaf Keru reef restoration project, with hosts Marissa Anita and Paul Palele. 

Sapa Indonesia Malam (Kompas TV Indonesia):  Arno and Zadrak discuss Yaf Keru

March 13, 2022.

Host Sofie Syarief interviews Arno and Zadrak about the state of reefs in Raja Ampat, causes of degradation and how Yaf Keru is helping to address degradation and offer protection through community based reef restoration.


Expedition Papua: Arnaud Brival, Connected to Raja Ampat’s reefs

March 5, 2022.

An article about Co-Founder Arno Brival and Yaf Keru Reef restoration, in ‘Expedisi Tanah Papua’; a online journalistic journey to take a closer look at the relationship between the indigenous Papuan people and nature, both the forest and the sea, which has supported the lives and livelihoods for generations.

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“From AI-enabled devices to low cost monitoring systems: How technology can save our seas”. Eco Business, Singapore/Global

July 8, 2021.

An article in Eco Business discussing the latest innovations being deployed to conserve protected areas of the ocean. SEA Tracker was featured as a tecnical innovation for MPA managment. 

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Ocean of Solutions, The Ocean & Climate Platform, France/Global

June 7, 2021.

A report compiling various marine conservation projects from around the world that tackle climate change and biodiversity loss.  Our Yaf Keru Reef Restoration project was included amongths the solutions, see page 22 of the report.

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Podcast with Scuba People, France

September 29, 2020.

Listen to the podcast from Scuba People where Christophe Chellapermal interviews our co-founder Arno on our projects in Raja Ampat, along with talented French underwater photographer, Gabriel Barathieu.

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Divers For The Environment Magazine, Dubai,  UAE 

September 1, 2020.

A feature in the September issue of “Divers For the Environment”, the quarterly magazine from Emirates Diving association.

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Scuba People magazine, France

August 18, 2020.
An article from France’s leading online dive magazine Scuba People, discussing our work in Raja Ampat.

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The Telegram, Brest, France

August 15, 2020.
An interview with Paul Gerbeaud about his ongoing work with The SEA People 

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Indonesia Maju

August 11, 2020.
An article in Indonesian publication about Yaf Keru – Yenbuba Village. Reef restoration in Raja Ampat. 

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Nice-Matin, France

August 3, 2020.
And article about our work in ‘Nice-Matin’,  a regional daily French newspaper  covering the Nice and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. 

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Sept a Huit – TF1 France

The SEA People features in Sept a Huit (France), national news and current affairs program aired weekly to a national audience on TF1.  From minute 23.02 onwards.
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Policy Recommendations
A Healthy Ocean, A Protected Climate

A Healthy Ocean, A Protected Climate (English)
Un Océan Sain un Climat Protégé (French)

Our partners and supporters, the Ocean and Climate Platform presents its 2019 Policy recommendations, the result of the experiences and commitments of the members of its network and strong of 20 recommendations.

This policy document not only aims at promoting an understanding of the major challenges the global ocean, and therefore our planet, are facing.  It also proposes concrete solutions and measures, based on the latest available science.

Since the 2019-2030 international agenda marks the beginning of a new commitment to preserve the ocean, its biodiversity and the climate, the Platform presents these policy recommendations to ensure that all ocean priorities are at the heart of decision-making at all scales and identify where efforts have to be made: adaptation, science and sustainable finance.

The SEA People / Orange Laut are proud to be members of The Ocean Climate Platform, and contribute to the creation of these recommendations and the Platform’s mission in striving for  healthy oceans and a protected climate.

The #1 Radio Station of Sophia Antipolis-Valbonne

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On air with Clin d’oeil in the South of France; telling the story of The SEA People / Orang Laut in an interview with Co-Founder Arnaud Brival

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