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The city of Dubrovnik has recently signed an agreement with the Croatian Association for Nature, Environment, and Sustainable Development Sunce and ...
All kinds of species of sharks and rays – some of them critically endangered – are regularly illegally caught by nets and longlines in the ...
The increase in fisheries classified as overfished by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the growing gulf between well managed and ...
In a Mediterranean region ravaged by the COVID-19 epidemic and that is struggling to kick off an unpromising 2020 tourism season, on World Oceans Day ...
Rome, Italy - WWF is objecting to the potential sustainability certification by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) of the first Atlantic bluefin ...
With the release of the MSC’s Fisheries Certification Process v 2.2 on 25 March 2020, WWF is very concerned by the lack of overall improvements, and ...
A premature MSC certification of Atlantic bluefin tuna would provide dangerous incentives to the market and consumers, warns WWF today.
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 ...