Western Pacific island states taking back control of their fisheries
A group of western Pacific nations is showing the way in making major fisheries both ...
WWF hails new act to protect first and only marine UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Coral Triangle
Tubbataha Reefs, Philippines—Environmentalists celebrate a historical event as the enabling act for ...
Driftwood from proposed park in Malaysia part of symbolic table for UN International Year of Biodiversity
Kudat: Driftwood collected from the state of Sabah, Malaysia will be made into a symbolic table to ...
Indonesian fishing moratorium a small step to help save Coral Triangle
WWF welcomes Indonesian moratorium on new trawl and purse seine fisheries licenses but an immediate ...
Indian Ocean tuna commission fails again on tuna, does better with sharks
Closing to fishing an area already largely closed by pirates is a long way short of being ...
WWF ‘Singapore Seafood Guide’ to help save Coral Triangle
The new ‘Singapore Seafood Guide’ produced by WWF helps concerned seafood consumers and ...
Coral triangle set to gain from certifying key canned tuna fishery
Koror, Palau. Eight Pacific nations yesterday announced they would seek sustainable seafood ...
Europe accepts responsibly-caught Coral Triangle tuna
The first-ever Philippine shipment of handline-caught tuna with catch certificates successfully ...
Private sector outlines plan to protect Coral Triangle
Seafood, travel and tourism operators in the Coral Triangle made a joint declaration reduce the ...
WWF partners with ANOVA on sustainable seafood in the Coral Triangle
WASHINGTON, DC, January 19, 2009 – Today, the ANOVA Food Group alliance of companies joined other ...
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