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Izmir is the second city in the Mediterranean to join WWF’s action against plastic pollution and to commit to stop any source of plastic leakage into ...
Prince Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste ...
“Istanbul is a testimony to the fact that East and West combine cultural gracefully, or sometimes in an anarchic way, came together, and that is what ...
Coastal activities are responsible for half of the plastic entering the sea. In the next weeks, the Blue Panda will be in the most iconic "Riviera" ...
Do you know that some of the most iconic and valuable marine areas of Greece could be drilled in search for some oil? This is what could happen in ...
More than half of the species of sharks and rays living in the Mediterranean are under threat, with almost a third of them fished close to the level ...
On July 5th France Agrimer announced the approval of the first certification of the “Peche Durable” ecolabel for a bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) ...
The Blue Panda has started its Plastic Marina Tour across the Mediterranean. Our first stop is Argentario (Tuscany), a famous tourist destination and ...
All Mediterranean countries underperform in managing plastic waste, losing almost half a billion euros per year and increasingly polluting their sea. ...
Today the world’s environment ministers at the 14th Conference of the Parties to the Basel Convention (COP14) meeting in Geneva decided to include ...
Over the last four years, WWF and partners engaged with fishers, technologists, scientists, universities, and NGOs, from the region to find and share ...
An unfortunate incident took place this weekend in Port De Peche Kelibia, Tunisia, where nine Giant Devil Rays were landed.