High-density plastic debris was removed from Al Ruwais Beach as part of a campaign under the patronage of the Ministry of Environment.
CETMAR Foundation, the Secretariat of Marine Affairs, Inland Waters and Fisheries of Mozambique through the National Institute of Aquaculture Development (INAQUA) and the National Institute of Fishing Research (IIP) are working on the implementation of a project, funded by Xunta de Galicia through Galician Cooperation, which aims to strengthen the development of artisanal fisheries and rural aquaculture in the area of Cabo Delgado, in this African country.
New regulations will help prevent the introduction, spread and establishment of aquatic invasive species in Canada.
The small Pacific island nation of Palau has set fire to four Vietnamese fishing vessels caught illegally operating in its waters, and delivered a stern warning that it will not tolerate poaching.
A Chinese envoy to the United Nations on Friday highlighted the importance of sustainable maritime development at the 25th Meeting of States Parties to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
Following Colorado’s lead, the Bureau of Land Management on Friday proposed new rules to cut down on the amount of methane — a greenhouse gas and the main component in natural gas — leaking from oil and gas operations on public lands.
As we saw with the BP oil spill, media coverage was very limited until it became so large that it was impossible to ignore. The same thing seems to be happening with regards to a gas leak currently occurring in Southern California.