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This week (19-23 February), WWF joins the Fish Forum2024, the largest scientific gathering dedicated to fisheries and related issues in the region, ...
WWF celebrates today’s decision by Mediterranean countries gathered at the 23rd COP of the Barcelona Convention in Portoroz (Slovenia) to increase ...
Commenting on the conclusion of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) meeting, that closed its door yesterday ...
Rome, Split – The 46th Session of the General Fisheries Commission (GFCM-FAO) for the Mediterranean closed its door today with a positive ...
The lifetime cost of plastic is 10 times higher for low-income countries than rich ones, according to a WWF report.
At the close of the Mediterranean Conference on Mediterranean Fisheries in Malta, WWF continues to express full support for the MedFish4Ever ...
WWF’s Mediterranean Marine Initiative is a Member of the newly launched Mediterranean Offshore Coalition for Energy and Nature (Med OCEaN).
We are happy to announce that Alessio Satta has joined our team as the new Director.
On Shark Awareness Day (14 July), WWF launches a call to Mediterranean countries to implement the binding measures that they recently adopted and ...
National maritime plans are misaligned within and across borders, fail to account for climate change, and are off track to achieve renewable energy ...
WWF welcomes ‘tangible progress’ as the vast majority of countries show support for an ambitious and impactful treaty with binding global rules
European Commission launches a new package aims to set a pathway to curb destructive fishing practices, restore wildlife, protect marine ecosystems ...