Long road ahead toward sustainable shark fisheries in the Coral Triangle…but with a glimmer of hope
Against the backdrop of increased scrutiny and growingly heated discussions on shark finning , the ...
www.thecoraltriangle.com tells story of the richest marine environment on earth: the Coral Triangle
A new online platform, www.thecoraltriangle.com, brings the world’s center of marine ...
VIEWPOINT: Micro vs. Macro Management - Lida Pet-Soede
Lida argues that it’s time for NGOs and others to step away from micro-managing society's actions, ...
REACTION: To import or not to import - a wakeup call
A resolution has been proposed to allow fish imports to be sold in wet markets in the Philippines. ...
Penyu Belimbing of the Bird’s Head, the last strongholds of Leatherback Turtles in the Pacific Ocean
Along the massive and mountainous Bird’s Head Peninsula lies the long lonely beaches that support ...
Cendrawasih Bay, the Galapagos of Indonesia’s reefs
Cendrawasih Bay is Indonesia's second largest marine park after Savu Sea, home to more than 1,100 ...
South Pacific leaders and NGOs meet to spur sustainable fisheries
If leaders of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) work together, they can help to reverse a ...
WWF: Get Marine Turtles Off the Hook Now
Guam, USA – WWF today called on the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) – a ...
New TRAFFIC Studies Point to Common Problem Behind Turtle, Shark Fin, and Tuna Trade
Three studies by TRAFFIC (the wildlife trade programme of WWF and IUCN) on the trade in shark fins; ...
EXPERT OPINION: Frank Smith - Director and Producer, Owner, Infocus Asia
This month we feature Frank Smith, the man behind National Geographic Channel's "Fish Wars" ...
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