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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 ...
The 23rd meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) closed its annual meeting with a crucial adoption of ...
WWF Statement on 45th Session of General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean.
Since August this year, Izmir, the third most populous city in Turkey, has a new Plan of Action to tackle plastic pollution. The Plan is an important ...
The 35th FAO Committee of Fisheries (COFI) works to address the state of the world’s fisheries amidst an “ocean emergency”.
Over 200 small-scale fishers, fisheries associations, non-governmental organizations and government representatives from more than 40 countries ...
On Shark Awareness Day, we put the spotlight on a ray species - the Lusitanian cownose ray - that still lacks any regional management and protection ...