Fisheries news archive
South Korea, Ghana and Curaçao must act quickly to combat illegal fishing
The European Commission today gave South Korea, Ghana and Curaçao six more months to improve ...
Tuna commission fails Pacific Bluefin test
WWF will urge a suspension of the Pacific Bluefin tuna fishery, if fishing nations fail to ...
Halve catches or lose Pacific bluefin tuna, WWF tells fishery managers
The long term sustainability of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna fishery can only be guaranteed by ...
WWF: Papua New Guinea and Marshall Islands deploy innovative electronic catch documentation system for observers
Economic adjustment programme threatens Greece with a deeper crisis, warns WWF
WWF has addressed International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, European ...
EU warns Philippines and Papua New Guinea on illegal fishing practices but WWF calls for even greater action
WWF has today welcomed the European Commission’s warning to two fishing nations, the Philippines ...
Countries tread water on Indian Ocean fisheries rules
After five days of deliberations, member states of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) ...
WWF welcomes much needed GFCM reform as a hope for the future of Mediterranean fish and fisheries
WWF commends the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) for adopting a new ...
Over 600 European election candidates pledge support for the environment
Brussels – With just days to go before the European Elections 2014, more than 600 candidates ...
Europe’s oceans – a business park?
Nowadays, Europe’s oceans are used by maritime industries and sectors in a multiple way: fisheries, ...