EU Lifts Yellow Card Warning on Philippine Fisheries
The European Union (EU) on 21 April lifted the nation’s Yellow Card fisheries rating, which was ...
Coral Triangle Women Leaders in Marine Conservation
Over 40 women, including university students, attended a talk on the important role of women in ...
Beihai clampdown leads to significant reduction in marine turtle trafficking
Illegal trade in marine turtles in Beihai has fallen dramatically following a suit of measures ...
This Filipina conservation leader is a woman on the ground
WWF Philippines’ new Vice President for Conservation Programmes, Chrisma Salao, is a 20-year ...
Blowing up the bad guys: Will Indonesia’s new fisheries laws deliver?
Suspended fishing licenses, a transhipment ban, and proposed port state measures are meant to crack ...
New electronic system allows commercial fishers to 'do the right thing’
WWF and technology innovation company navama introduce a new tracking and data-sharing platform to ...
WWF-Philippines’ new head braces for big challenges
‘Business as usual will not be enough,’ says Jose Angelito ‘Joel’ Palma, who has risen steadily up ...
User-friendly technology can help small fishers get ready for big business
An electronic catch documentation system (e-CDS), introduced by WWF’s Coral Triangle Programme ...
Coming soon to your local fish market: 200,000 tonnes of certified Pacific tuna
FCF, one of the world’s biggest tuna traders, commits to sourcing MSC tuna—a big step in addressing ...
The Coral Triangle in the spotlight at the World Parks Congress
The Coral Triangle figured prominently in discussions at the recent IUCN World Parks Congress, held ...
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