Fisheries news archive
High score for conservation at CITES meeting, says WWF
The Thirteenth Conference of Parties to the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species ...
Humphead wrasse: coral reef fish gains trade protection at CITES
Member nations of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) approved ...
Russian government gives green light to Kyoto Protocol!
The Russian government this morning gave its approval for a ratification package for the Kyoto ...
New guidebook helps marine managers evaluate their work
Effective management of marine protected areas is key to successful conservation of marine ...
Sea turtle sanctuary needed for the Philippines
Long popular for their meat and eggs, sea turtles are being threatened in the Philippines.
Controversial marina project threatens Malaysia's Pulau Tioman Marine Park
WWF-Malaysia is urging a local government to reverse its decision to build a marina near a ...
Chinese police turn coral conservationists
Two truckloads of live stolen coral seized by Chinese police and returned to reefs.
European Commission moves to protect Azores cold-water corals
WWF welcomes proposed measures to protect deep-water corals around the Azores, which have been in ...
Looking for the Big Mammas in the Mesoamerican Reef
In the MesoAmerican Reef, WWF with the support of NOAA local partners, recently developed and ...
Court decision marks major expansion of Australia's federal environmental powers
A win by environment groups in the Full Federal Court of Australia today has confirmed the major ...