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Japan's whaling program not for scientific purposes, rules International Court ... - ABC Online

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U.S. Fishermen Throw Away 2 Billion Pounds Of Fish A Year - Co.Exist

U.S. Fishermen Throw Away 2 Billion Pounds Of Fish A Year - Co.Exist | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
U.S. Fishermen Throw Away 2 Billion Pounds Of Fish A Year
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A new report from Oceana, a ocean conservation group, totals up the "bycatch" problem, and the numbers are fairly staggering. Between 17% and 22% of all fish caught in U.S.
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International Court of Justice upholds Australia's bid to ban Japanese whaling ... - Sydney Morning Herald

International Court of Justice upholds Australia's bid to ban Japanese whaling ... - Sydney Morning Herald | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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The International Court of Justice has upheld Australia's bid to ban Japan's Antarctic whaling program.
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Sea Turtle Eggs Land Repeat Offender in Jail [Video] - Guardian Liberty Voice

Sea Turtle Eggs Land Repeat Offender in Jail [Video] - Guardian Liberty Voice | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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Man faces jail time again for poaching sea turtle eggs A man has pleaded guilty of poaching sea turtle eggs.
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Oxygen depletion in the Baltic Sea is ten times worse than a century ago, study shows

Oxygen depletion in the Baltic Sea is ten times worse than a century ago, study shows | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
The Baltic Sea is suffering from a lack of oxygen. Poor oxygen conditions on the seabed are killing animals and plants, and experts are now sounding the alarm—releasing fewer nutrients into the Baltic Sea is absolutely necessary.
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Reducing bycatch remains top issue, assures NOAA - FIS

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Reducing bycatch remains top issue, assures NOAA
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) assures that it is strongly committed to reducing bycatch in US fisheries.
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Military Dolphins and Sea Lions: What Do They Do and Who Uses Them? - National Geographic

Military Dolphins and Sea Lions: What Do They Do and Who Uses Them? - National Geographic | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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Military Dolphins and Sea Lions: What Do They Do and Who Uses Them?
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Using marine mammals like dolphins, whales, or sea lions for military purposes isn't new.
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A lawsuit may be the only way to save sea turtles - Mother Nature Network (blog)

A lawsuit may be the only way to save sea turtles - Mother Nature Network (blog) | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Mother Nature Network (blog) A lawsuit may be the only way to save sea turtles Mother Nature Network (blog) On March 1, the sea-turtle nesting season officially began in Florida, with the wondrous appearance of leatherback sea turtles returning to...
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Coral cultivation offers hope for damaged Indian Ocean reefs - TrustLaw

Coral cultivation offers hope for damaged Indian Ocean reefs - TrustLaw | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Coral cultivation offers hope for damaged Indian Ocean reefs TrustLaw AMITIE, Seychelles (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Marine scientists in the Seychelles are propagating and replanting corals resistant to bleaching in the hope of replacing...
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Poachers, nets kill turtles at Matura - Trinidad Guardian

Poachers, nets kill turtles at Matura - Trinidad Guardian | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Poachers, nets kill turtles at Matura Trinidad Guardian Nature Seekers, in partnership with state agencies and NGOs, he said, had developed a project to address the problem of by-catch, which involves providing alternative forms of fishing for...
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Court to rule on Japan's whale hunt - 3News NZ

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Sky News Australia Court to rule on Japan's whale hunt 3News NZ Almost three decades after agreeing to a ban on commercial whaling Japan could be forced to stop harpooning whales in the Southern Ocean with the UN's top court set to rule on a...
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Snapper limits kick in - Auckland stuff.co.nz

Snapper limits kick in - Auckland stuff.co.nz | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Snapper limits kick in Auckland stuff.co.nz The same trawlers responsible for high juvenile and bycatch rates are still ploughing the snapper fishery." Baker said recreational anglers were mystified that while they were legally allowed to catch...
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SOMALIA:United Nations to improve management of fisheries in Somalia - Midnimo Information Center

SOMALIA:United Nations to improve management of fisheries in Somalia - Midnimo Information Center | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
SOMALIA:United Nations to improve management of fisheries in Somalia Midnimo Information Center The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Thursday that it has launched the first database for Somali fishermen to improve management of...
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So Japan can't hunt whales any more? That doesn't mean they're safe - The Guardian

So Japan can't hunt whales any more? That doesn't mean they're safe - The Guardian | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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So Japan can't hunt whales any more? That doesn't mean they're safe
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Many more whales and dolphins die each year through pollution, bycatch, ship-strike: who is going to legislate for them?
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Climate-hit fisheries 'can still meet demand in 2050' - SciDev.Net

Climate-hit fisheries 'can still meet demand in 2050' - SciDev.Net | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Climate-hit fisheries 'can still meet demand in 2050' SciDev.Net This means that changes in the effectiveness of fisheries' management and trade practices will remain the main influence on whether global fish production rises or falls, concludes...
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Major victory for whaling campaigners as UN judges order Japan to stop hunting ... - The Independent

Major victory for whaling campaigners as UN judges order Japan to stop hunting ... - The Independent | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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Japan may suggest smaller whale catch after ICJ blow - Reuters

Japan may suggest smaller whale catch after ICJ blow - Reuters | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
WA today Japan may suggest smaller whale catch after ICJ blow Reuters Japan has long maintained that most whale species are in no danger of extinction and scientific whaling is necessary to manage what it sees as a marine resource that, after World...
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Japan whaling future in doubt after court ruling

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The future of whaling in Japan was thrown into doubt after the International Court of Justice ruled Monday that the nation's annual hunt in the Antarctic was not really for scientific purposes—as Tokyo had claimed—and ordered it halted.
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Thinking About Seafood for Dinner? You Might Change Your Mind After Reading ... - Care2.com

Thinking About Seafood for Dinner? You Might Change Your Mind After Reading ... - Care2.com | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Thinking About Seafood for Dinner? You Might Change Your Mind After Reading ...
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Bycatch Catastrophe: The Amount of Fish the U.S. Wastes Will Make ...

Bycatch Catastrophe: The Amount of Fish the U.S. Wastes Will Make ... | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
bycatch. Bycatch Catastrophe: The Amount of Fish the U.S. Wastes Will Make Your Head Spin. An Oceana report finds up to 22 percent of fish caught in U.S. fisheries are thrown overboard before reaching port.
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Ukraine's killer dolphins will never surrender, a former defense minister says - Washington Post (blog)

Ukraine's killer dolphins will never surrender, a former defense minister says - Washington Post (blog) | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Washington Post (blog) Ukraine's killer dolphins will never surrender, a former defense minister says Washington Post (blog) The Kremlin has plans to use the cetaceans — captured during the invasion of Crimea — for its own military operations,...
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Bycatch: What You Don't See at the Seafood Counter - The Consumer Eagle

Bycatch: What You Don't See at the Seafood Counter - The Consumer Eagle | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
The Consumer Eagle Bycatch: What You Don't See at the Seafood Counter The Consumer Eagle A study released this month by the international conservation group Oceana has intensified interest in the problem of bycatch, the term used for fish and sea...
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Global warming has irreversibly damaged coral reefs, Arctic ice: Report - Toronto Star

Global warming has irreversibly damaged coral reefs, Arctic ice: Report - Toronto Star | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Toronto Star Global warming has irreversibly damaged coral reefs, Arctic ice: Report Toronto Star The international climate change panel currently meeting in Yokohama, Japan, has agreed to state in its upcoming report that global warming has...
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Fisheries minister promises efforts to minimize loss for fishermen from China FTA - GlobalPost

Fisheries minister promises efforts to minimize loss for fishermen from China FTA - GlobalPost | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
Fisheries minister promises efforts to minimize loss for fishermen from China FTA GlobalPost SEJONG, March 30 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's fisheries minister pledged full government efforts to limit losses by local fishermen from a free trade...
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UN court set to rule on lawfulness of Japan's whale hunt - SBS

UN court set to rule on lawfulness of Japan's whale hunt - SBS | Marine Conservation | Scoop.it
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UN court set to rule on lawfulness of Japan's whale hunt
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Almost three decades after agreeing to a ban on commercial whaling, Japan could be forced to stop hunting for whales in the Southern Ocean.
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