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Late night deal on fisheries lacks decisive action on fish stocks
Political compromise risks continuing malaise of fishing communities
EU fisheries ministers use bullying tactics to allow overfishing
Despite negotiating through the night to save fisheries in Europe it is becoming clear that ...
Russian seas finally protected by robust law against oil pollution
Russian has passed a long-awaited law to protect the country’s seas from oil pollution after ...
A second chance for a trapped whale shark
Fishermen rescue and released a juvenile whale shark trapped in their fishing nets
Fisheries deal fails to bridge gap with ambitious European Parliament
Fisheries ministers work through the night but appear to have not jumped on board ambitious ...
Ending overfishing may take more than 100 years says WWF analysis of EU proposals for fish stock recovery
New scientific analysis from environmental organisation WWF reveals recovery of European fish ...
Good news for sharks at Indian Ocean Tuna Commission meeting
WWF welcomes the adoption of key conservation measures for oceanic white-tip sharks, whale sharks ...
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.