The Cook Islands have declared their entire EEZ a Shark Sanctuary. Read more about this on our Shark Page

Vacancy - Cook Island Turlte Project Science Officer positions

The Pacific Islands Conservation Initiative aims to put communities in touch with science, helping people to resolve their own issues and better understand their environment.

This fledgling organisation has some unique visions. To read more about who we are and what we want to acheive go here...

 
 
Cook Islands Shark Sanctuary. This project recognises the overwhelming pressure on sharks in our waters and has achieved in establishing regulationsn to ban any sort of shark fishery or transiting of shark derived material in Cook Islands waters. Learn more...

Cook Islands Turtle Project. An ongiong research initiative to build knowledge of Sea Turtle ecology, populations and behaviour in the Cook Islands. Learn more...

Conservation Education Project. A 2 year project to bring relevent conservation issues to the class rooms of the Cook Islands. 4 modules will be developed that link in with curriculum objectives for deliver to ages 12 and above. Learn more...

..The Aitutaki Lagoon Monitoring Project is an opportunity for adventure minded people to join a 6 week expedition survey the beautiful Aitutaki lagoon. Visit the ALMP page...

Volunteer on any of our field programmes. Current opportunities exist for the Cook Islands Turtle Project, Conservaiton Education Project and Cook Islands Shark Sanctuary. Read more.
Specific Expertise? Do you have professional expertise in a specific area that you feel could help or compliment the PICI? Lawyers, Marine Biologists, Terrestrial Ecologists, Tradesmen, Media... You could help us to make a difference.

 

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