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
Conservationists welcome NSW investment in non-lethal shark control, but nets still need to go
Canada announces emergency support for Vancouver Aquarium
Marine conservationists want ‘nets out now’ for our humpbacks
Science judges place CDU ecologist in top tier
Artificial night sky poses serious threat to coastal species
Victorian fishers praised for embedding sustainability in their regulations
Camping will resume gradually at a number of national parks and national historic sites across Canada starting on
Camping and Visitor Services at Parks Canada
Critical Reef water laws upheld
Diving fins and shoes display highlight Reef safe recovery for Queensland
Palaszczuk Government must not pick coal over Reef for economic stimulus
Blockchain technology secures Australian seafood sustainability to chefs and consumers in China
Blockchain technology secures Australian seafood sustainability to chefs and consumers in China
Combatting marine plastic polution
Young Conservationist Award showcases region’s eco-warriors
World Ocean Day: Coral life found ‘half a league’ under sea
Independent review backs introduction of Highly Protected Marine Areas
Marine conservation researchers play key role in World Ocean Week events
Canada will provide rent relief for eligible business tenants in all national parks
Marine conservationists would welcome support for hard hit reef tourism sector
On World Turtle Day, meet dedicated volunteer helping baby turtles reach sea
Ropey roadmap to gas would cook our Reef
LNP move to roll back on water quality laws critical for our Reef
Visitor access and services at parks Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada places
Starting June 1, 2020, Parks Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada will gradually resume some operations
Metagenomics reveals distinct microbiotypes in giant clams Tridacna maxima
UBC seahorse expert wins top animal conservation award
Cook with experts as marine conservationists offer sustainable seafood inspiration
Top End’s second only marine park kicks off
Concordia professor partners with Cree to protect 30,000+ square kilometres of Indigenous territory
Reef resilience projects like ‘pushing water uphill’ without cutting emissions
Litter problem at England’s protected coasts
Reef tourism voices and marine conservationists demand climate action with release of coral
Seafood can still be on menu this Easter
Study shows six decades of change in UK’s plankton communities
New advice to protect homes of England’s seahorses and seabream
Parks Canada helps tourism businesses in national parks and historic sites deal with impacts
UWA marine researcher chosen to tackle global ocean challenges
Dismay and devastation as record temperatures lead to mass coral bleaching on our Great Barrier Reef
IMAS researcher’s grant to help boost sustainability in coastal fisheries
A new tool for identifying climate-adaptive coral reefs
Researchers arrive in Antipodes Island to track albatross
We should be able to rely on politicians – not weather – to protect our Reef
Critically endangered shark being ‘driven to extinction’ in Queensland
Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site Management Plan Tabled in Parliament
Action urged after new report highlights dangers of bushfires for our oceans
NSW plastics ban must come sooner for sake of our oceans
Great Barrier Reef tourism operators speak out as coral bleaching threat looms