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The Plastic Smart City of Dubrovnik has formally adopted the first plan of actions to tackle its plastic pollution by 2026 including key measures to ...
WWF is looking for an engaged and creative communications expert to join our Blue Panda boat crew and local teams and promote the protection of ...
Once common across the Mediterranean, angel sharks have suffered widespread decline. This short report underlines the urgency of acting to save one ...
Funding is available from the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) to advance Mediterranean small-scale fisheries towards sustainability: how ...
The stock of Atlantic bluefin tuna is slowly recovering, but what needs to happen to move from recovery to full sustainability?
Today, the City of Venice has formally joined the global WWF Plastic Smart Cities initiative.
Mediterranean fish stocks, including the most commercially valuable hakes and groupers, could strongly recover if 30% of the sea is effectively ...
This week, ahead of World Whale Day (21 February), the Greek government took an important step that will enhance the protection of sperm whales in ...
Once fished to the point of collapse, the population of Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin tuna has experienced several years of growth after ...
Croatia’s government has adopted the first fishery management plans for the Telašćica and Lastovo Islands nature parks
On Wednesday December 23, a sperm whale was found stranded on the beach of Freattida, close to the port of Piraeus- one of the busiest ports in the ...
Trogir, Croatia, 30 October 2020 - After Dubrovnik, the City of Trogir is the second Croatia city to say “NO” to plastic pollution and to join WWF’s ...