Edwin Superius is a Marine Scientist based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Co-founder of Aqua-Farms Organization, and currently Project coordinator of Voluntary Blue Carbon Credit at Aqua-Farms Organization. He holds a Master’s in Marine Biology from Zhejiang Ocean University China and a Bachelor’s in Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries from the University of Dar es Salaam. He has worked in Marine conservation for over five years and is skilled and experienced in marine and freshwater ecosystem conservation; (particularly mangrove ecosystems), fish farming, feed extrusion, fish nutrition, feed management, Blue carbon, and Research.
He is interested mainly in the Co-management of Marine resources and how it continues to influence the perception of immediate resource users (coastal communities) conservation and sustainable use of these resources. Edwin attended several pieces of training and conferences including Our Ocean Youth Leadership Summit and Our Ocean Conference in Panama, Ocean Research in SA Agulhas II offered by IIOE -UNESCO and The Department of Environmental Affairs of South Africa, Aquaculture Feed Extrusion, Nutrition, & Feed Management provided by Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and Hatchery Management and Seed Production Training for Sustainable Fish Farming Training Course Offered by AFH, in collaboration with WISSH and US State Department.