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EU out of fish for 2015

Research from the New Economics Foundation (NEF) reveals the extent to which EU countries rely on fish from outside their waters to maintain their high levels of fish consumption: The…

Subsidies for new vessel construction risk further overfishing

Research published today by nef (the new economics foundation) highlights how EU taxpayers could soon be wasting millions of euros on new fishing vessels – putting more boats on our already…

Now is the Time to Help Bluefin Tuna in the Gulf of Mexico

Now is the Time to Help Bluefin Tuna in the Gulf of Mexico

For more than half a century, surface longline fishing has wastefully caught and killed Atlantic bluefin tuna and other nontarget ocean wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico, including white marlin,…

Europe blows its annual budget for fish on Friday 9 July

Europe blows its annual budget for fish on Friday 9 July

New research reveals that Europe could not feed itself on fish from EU waters for more than 189 days a year, and from today is dependent on fish caught elsewhere.…

Oil Spill Reaches Syrian Coastline

Oil Spill Reaches Syrian Coastline

First Satellite Imagery Shows that Oil Spill Reaches Syrian Coastline. Access is Needed for Immediate Clean-up

2 August 2006, Nairobi/Athens — The oil spill that has already polluted over 80 kilometres…

Canada’s Fisheries Minister agrees bottom trawling damages habitat and fish stocks

Canada’s Fisheries Minister agrees bottom trawling damages habitat and fish stocks

31 May 2006 Ottawa – In a meeting with Dr. Sylvia Earle, Canadian Fisheries Minister Loyola Hearn agreed with the renowned ocean explorer’s views on deep sea bottom trawling. “It…