Live Marine Conservation News with Latest Updates

Live marine conservation news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current marine conservation news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with marine conservation. Recent news updates about marine conservation
Major research initiative to support marine economy deal with future shocks
Heat is on Australia to act on climate following World Heritage Reef decision
Canada’s 2025 Marine Conservation Targets
Canada making significant progress and investments to protect Canada’s oceans
Researchers launch annual survey to monitor health of Sussex seabed following trawler ban
Santos teams up with AusOcean and Whyalla High for cuttlefish monitoring
There’s More to Story behind Rare Glass Octopus Footage
Hollywood actors, former presidents and leading scientists join calls to save Great Barrier Reef
AIMS data shows limited reprieve for Reef but unless climate action is taken, Reef’s future is ‘in danger’
Leading Australians urge World Heritage Committee to put science before politics for good of Great Barrier Reef
71% of Australians agree Great Barrier Reef is in danger, as groups representing four million Australians demand climate action
Global warming to reshape Australian shark and ray populations and raise extinction risk
Opening Protected Area Off New England Coast to Commercial Fishing Compromises Protections
21 07 MR UN report ranking Australia last for climate action WH OTH
Marine conservationists warn incoming NZ trawlers – leave our seamounts alone
Expansion of drone shark surveillance on Queensland coast aligns with shifting community sentiment
Mushroom supplier to pay charity £54,880.33 for ignoring packaging regulations
Stories of South: White Shark Whisperer
Australian Government’s climate inaction to blame for Reef World Heritage ‘In Danger’ recommendation
Saving seabirds 19 June 2021
Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site officially kicks off 2021 summer season on June 19
At underwater site, research team finds 9,000-year-old stone artifacts
Reef envoy’s opposition to Clive Palmer-owned mine welcomed
Race is on – WA accelerates plastic ban to save oceans
NSW plastics ban a circuit breaker for whales and seabirds
Nahanni National Park Reserve Management Plan Tabled in Parliament
$270m funding boost is great news for Reef health
$2 billion Queensland renewable energy commitment great news for our Reef
Sault Ste. Marie Canal and Fort St. Joseph National Historic Sites officially kick off 2021 visitor seasons
Keeping a closer eye on seabirds with drones and artificial intelligence
Misplaced pride in ropey Australian fish stocks report
Whales Tales returns to Port Stephens this winter
New population of blue whales discovered with help of bomb detectors
First new board members of Office for Environmental Protection
Protect sea, neglect people? Social impact of marine conservation schemes revealed
New discovery of large-scale impact of marine conservation schemes
Queensland Minister is right to call for strengthened national environment standards
New report urges Australian Government to ramp up climate actions to protect Great Barrier Reef as World Heritage Committee decision
Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site officially kicks off 2021 navigation season
Waterton Lakes National Park officially kicks off 2021 summer season
Marine reserve study offers insights to protect ocean life
Farmers encouraged to embrace regulations and become stewards of our Reef
Parks Canada sites in western Newfoundland and southern Labrador ready to officially kick off 2021 visitor season
Academics contribute to policy advice on nature and coastlines
G7 ministers must ‘listen to science’
NSW Government helps councils score rugby league in regions
Gas folly is last thing our Great Barrier Reef needs
Significant $45,000 Court Order for fishing violations in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve