Countries tread water on Indian Ocean fisheries rules
After five days of deliberations, member states of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) ...
Maui’s dolphin faces extinction unless action is taken now
The world’s rarest marine dolphin faces imminent extinction unless urgent action is taken to ...
WWF opens 2014 Smart Gear Competition to reduce fisheries bycatch
WWF is launching the 2014 International Smart Gear Competition
Blue whale conservation gets a boost
The approval by the government of Chile of the largest Marine Protected Area (MPA) in continental ...
New report: government failures put Reef World Heritage Status “on the line”
A new report shows the Australian and Queensland Governments are failing to act on the World ...
WWF applauds country initiatives against harmful fisheries subsidies
Global environmental organisation WWF has applauded an initiative from more than a dozen ...
WWF calls for an end to overfishing in the Western and Central Pacific
WWF calls for effective and decisive action at5 the Westerna and Central Pacific Fisheries ...
WWF welcomes first MSC-certified skipjack tuna products from the Pacific in Europe
Today marks the first ever delivery of certified, sustainably-managed tuna from the Pacific islands ...
Protection of Antarctica's seas put on ice
International talks have once again poured cold water on attempts to protect the conservation ...
WWF Commentary: MPAs important for livelihoods and food security
In October 2013 we have assisted to the Ministerial Conference on Ocean Conservation, in ...