Saving the ‘Salad Bowl’: A personal account of the struggle to rehabilitate Filipino coral reefs
Through my foggy mask, I make out my dive buddy giving the go signal. I back-roll, ingloriously, ...
Australia’s help key to Pacific’s survival
As leaders gather in Cairns for today’s Pacific Leaders Forum, WWF is urging Prime Minister Kevin ...
Maps reveal secret life of marine turtles in urgent need of protection
A series of conservation maps produced by WWF reveal for the first time the secret life of ...
Paper protection not enough for Vietnam's marine turtles
Marine turtles are vanishing from Viet Nam’s waters and illegal trade is largely to blame says a ...
Leaders of Coral Triangle countries declare action to protect marine resources
Manado, Indonesia – A new, six-country Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food ...
Coral climate crunch could displace millions
If the world does not take effective action on climate change, coral reefs will disappear from the ...
Forty percent of global fisheries catch wasted or unmanaged - WWF
Millions of kilograms of non-target marine species are caught in fishing nets and discarded every ...
Rare megamouth shark caught in Philippines
An extremely rare megamouth shark was caught by Filipino fishermen, marking only the 41st time the ...
Protection of marine resources can help people adapt to climate change: Ministers
Senior ministers from Timor Leste, the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea have described climate ...
Tuna spawning grounds can help Coral Triangle nations get better deal on fishing
Asia Pacific fishing nations could use the presence of tuna spawning grounds to negotiate better ...
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