Hawksbill Project Update

Hawksbill Monitoring in Cabo Blanco

Corozalito: a nascent arribada nesting beach in Costa Rica

Sponsor a Scientific Expedition to Cocos Island National Park

Corozalito: a nascent arribada nesting beach in Costa Rica

Research Assistants / Interns Application

Recycling Center in Bejuco

We need your help!!   Turtle Trax and CREMA, Costa Rican organizations based in the district of Bejuco, Guanacaste, have joined forces to collect donations and help Don Aníbal Cortés and his family. Don Anibal Cortes has provided the collection and recovery...

Shark finning runs rampant in China’s longline fleet

The vessels of the Delian Ocean Fishing company are known for using prohibited fishing gear and operate in international waters cutting off the fins and discarding the carcasses of various shark species. There is information that can be considered true that only five...

COSTA RICA ACCUSED OF INTERNATIONAL AND U.S. FISHING VIOLATIONS

A call for U.S. Port Access and Import Restrictions to Protect Endangered Sharks and Billfish Contacts:         Randall Arauz, Marine Watch International – Costa Rica.  +506 8708-8253. rarauz@marinewatch.org   Todd Steiner, Executive Director, Turtle Island.  +1...

About CREMA

CREMA is a Costa Rican non-profit NGO founded in 2012. We are a marine conservation and research organization working to protect ocean resources and promote sustainable fisheries policies in Costa Rica and Central America.

Direction

Direct in the field conservation projects

Research

Research and outreach onboard commercial fishing vessels

Awareness

Public awareness and education

Policy Advocacy

Litigation and policy advocacy