Marine reserves

Last edited 30 June 2014 at 5:26pm

Our oceans cover most of our planet, but have been undervalued and over-exploited for too long. Greenpeace campaigns for large-scale networks of marine reserves, 'ocean sanctuaries' off limits to destructive human impacts. As well as protecting special places and amazing species, these will give our worlds' seas breathing space to recover, and help rebuild fisheries too.

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A fishy 'heads up' to France over tuna

OK so I'm a day or two off the pace with this story (courtesy of a long weekend - well even we need a day or two off once in a while), and didn't find out...
Posted by jossc - 19 November, 2008 - 16:11

Marine reserves can save our seas

Apo Island Marine Sanctuary, Philippines Latest updates from the impressive ProtectPlanetOcean web site provide convincing support for Greenpeace's long-...
Posted by jossc - 17 October, 2008 - 14:07

Stocks crash – massive reserves desperately needed

Our oceans are the last global commons, and as such are about as effectively regulated as Dodge City when the West was at it's wildest. As recently as 40...
Posted by jossc - 10 October, 2008 - 17:24 -

It's official: EU fishing policy is crazy

The crew of the Prolific discarding their catch So at last the sheer waste involved in modern trawling has been captured on camera. Last week a...
Posted by jossc - 14 August, 2008 - 15:01 -

Esperanza confronts world's biggest tuna ship

Our 25 metre long 'No Fish No Future' banner looks tiny alongside the giant Albatun Tres After last week's good news about Pacific Island nations...
Posted by jossc - 27 May, 2008 - 16:42

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