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WWF has formally objected to the first Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification of an Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery, warning that this would ...
Today, the 21st Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Barcelona Convention closed in Naples after four days of negotiations among ...
Thousands of dead fish, including European eels, one of the most endangered species, recently washed up on the coast of the saltwater Mar Menor ...
Mediterranean countries have failed on a global commitment to protect 10% of their sea and to stop ongoing biodiversity loss in the region, a new WWF ...
Palma de Mallorca, Spain – Fishing vessels catching the highly overfished bigeye and other tropical tuna species will now operate under a 15 years ...
After a 2200 km long journey across the Mediterranean, the Blue Panda has finally reached the last stop of our 6-month journey: we are in Tangier in ...
The 43rd General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) closed today in Athens. WWF applauds the approval of eight recommendations that ...
The Blue Panda has reached the south of the Mediterranean: Tunisia, a balmy, sand-fringed Mediterranean coast, scented with jasmine and sea breezes, ...
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" ...