Hawksbill sea turtle tagging
2017 nesting season
Shrimp trawlers cause damage to the marine environment
Marine sector in crisis
Phelps defeated by a White Shark
Five Hammerhead sharks tagged during expedition to Cocos Island with Dr. Sylvia Earle of Mission Blue
Cocos Island Tagging Expedition 2017
Illegal fishing occurred 2 months after protected area was created (August 16, 2017 - San José, Costa Rica) The shrimp trawler María Aurelia was arrested by the Costa Rican Coast Guard and Tempisque Conservation Area (ACT) officials on August 13th after being caught...
10,000 hammerhead sharks needed to amass stockpile July 19, 2017 – San Jose, Costa Rica The Costa Rican Endangered Marine Species Rescue Center (CREMA) and the United States based organizations Fins Attached Marine Research and Conservation and Wild Over Wildlife have...
New film related to Jacques Cousteau ocean adventures
5 Hammerhead sharks tagged during the Fins Attached expedition to Cocos Island with Dr. Sylvia Earl and Mission Blue
Joint expedition with Fins Attached, Mission Blue and CREMA-Costa Rica.
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.
Direct in the field conservation projects
Research and outreach onboard commercial fishing vessels
Public awareness and education
Litigation and policy advocacy