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Tuna on the move on World Tuna Day!
Follow the awesome foursome, Amihan, Badjao, Hagibis, and Buhawi, as the swim through the ocean
First evidence of a leatherback turtle along Pakistan’s coastline
A rare leatherback turtle was recently caught and safely released back into the sea by a group of ...
Governments take a stand against fisheries crime
Governments address crimes at sea that impact upon the environment, including fisheries crimes.
South Africa makes marine conservation history by declaring Prince Edward Islands a marine protected area
WWF-South Africa (WWF-SA) is elated over Minister Edna Molewa’s recent formal announcement of the ...
A chill on environmental protection as Arctic shipping heats up
After a year’s delay, the United Nations body tasked with developing polar shipping regulations ...
Making a sustainable living from fishing in the Indus Delta
The Indus Delta, where the Indus River flows into the Arabian Sea, is a 600,000 ha large area with ...
Governments start to rein in ivory and rhino horn trade, give sharks and timbers better protection at wildlife trade meeting
A critical wildlife trade meeting closed Thursday with decisions from world governments to regulate ...
Historic vote protects sharks and manta rays at CITES
Historic vote to regulate trade of several species of sharks and manta rays
Large numbers of threatened reef fish still traded
The humphead wrasse, a tropical reef fish, is still suffering from illegal and unreported ...
WWF: Five species of sharks proposed for CITES listing
WWF issued the following statement today in response to decisions from world governments to offer ...