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WWF joins call for seafood traceability to fight illegal fishing
WWF has joined sector leaders in calling for a new global seafood traceability system to give ...
Trawling ban in Hong Kong waters hopes to increase fish numbers
WWF-Hong Kong tireless campaign for a ban on trawling in Hong Kong waters successful.
Russian seas finally protected by parliamentary law
Earth Hour’s I WILL IF YOU WILL campaign encouraged Russian parliament pass long-awaited law to ...
Concerns over Arctic drilling grow as oil rig runs aground in Alaska
An oil drilling rig operated by Royal Dutch Shell ran aground on a pristine wildlife-rich island ...
European Union politicians vote to stop bankrupting our oceans
Today the European Parliament's fisheries committee members voted 13 to 10 in favour of the draft ...
Fisheries ministers following scientific advice only 1 out of 10 times
An analysis launched today by WWF shows that over the past nine years fisheries ministers have ...
Fiji achieves first certified sustainable tuna fishery
The Fiji Albacore Tuna Longline Fishery has become the first fishery in Fiji to achieve Marine ...
WWF: Bigeye tuna measures disappointing
WWF deplores that tuna managers once again are deferring meaningful action on bigeye tuna ...
WWF calls for firm limits on tuna fisheries to address overfishing
WWF urges the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission bringing together Pacific Island, ...
First Indian Ocean tuna fishery certified sustainable
WWF congratulates the Maldives Pole and Line Skipjack Fishery for becoming the first Indian Ocean ...