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Bottom trawling on all seamounts must stop
B.C. ocean’s worth of almost $5 billion to GDP likely underestimate
Feedback sought on action plan to protect sharks
New Zealand Company Develops Unique Technology to Produce World Class Marine Collagen at Over 90% Purity
Continuing IMO’s “Voyage Together”
NZ not making waves at oceans conference
Southern resident killer whales not getting enough to eat since 2018
This scientist is taking an international jellyfish tour to explore mucus and medusae
New Zealand food and fibre exports on track for record $52.2 billion
Rollout of cameras on fishing vessels to begin
Human influence is culprit for warm and wet winters in northwest Russia
Expect to see more squid and less sockeye salmon on “climate changed” menus
Nature needs us to act right now
New rules to include all finfish in combined daily bag limit for recreational fishers
Greens join Pacific leaders to call for an end to deep sea mining
Scallop closures among sustainability measures for fisheries
RMA reform needed to keep aquaculture moving
IMO debuts interactive GHG SMART workshop series
Protect seamounts and ban bottom trawling right now
Europe’s most valuable marine species “reduced to a fraction” of their current population size by 2100
Nearly half of countries’ shared fish stocks are on move due to climate change, prompting dispute concerns
Enhanced statistical models will aid conservation of killer whales and other species
UN urged to act to reduce ocean plastic pollution
Government considers seafood workforce inquiry recommendations
Spain-New Zealand collaborate for seabird conservation
New Zealand food and fibre exports forecast to hit record $50.8 billion
Farmed seafood supply at risk if we don’t act on climate change
UW’s Shogren Among Academics Who Support Elimination of Subsidies for Fisheries
Nearly 300 scientists ask WTO to ban harmful fisheries subsidies
Shedding light on mysterious jellyfish diets
NUTEC Plastics: Roundtable for Europe, Central Asia Focuses on Nuclear Solutions to Plastic Pollution
57.4M tonnes expected in 2021 will outweigh China’s Great Wall
No apparent shortage of prey for southern resident killer whales in Canadian waters during summer
Kaikōura pāua fishery to reopen
Marine heatwaves could wipe out an extra six per cent of country’s fish catches, costing millions their jobs
Dr. Daniel Pauly’s extraordinary life and work revealed in new book
Coral reefs are 50% less able to provide food, jobs, and climate protection than in 1950s, putting millions at risk
Food for seals and other Arctic predators is shrinking – literally
How to spot elusive narwhal
‘Sticky questions’ raised by study on coral reefs
Surprising insights into migration pattern of world’s farthest-migrating species
Industry conference future-focused
A robust new strategy for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in Mediterranean and Black Sea
Government adopts oceans vision
Hauraki Gulf changes raise challenges and opportunities
Kiwis finally ‘Sea Change’ from Labour
Bringing back health of Hauraki Gulf
FAO Director-General opens 8th World Congress on Conservation Agriculture