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CBD
Meeting
#5506
Meeting
#5498

Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference 2015

27 - 30 April 2015, Quito, Ecuador

News Headlines
#103313
2015-03-30

Is Australia meeting the UN recommendations for the Great Barrier Reef?

The Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan, released jointly by the federal and Queensland governments last weekend, claims that both governments “have responded to all recommendations of the World Heritage Committee and indeed have gone further”.

Meeting Document
#103262
2015-03-24

UNEP/CBD/MCB/EM/2014/3/2

Report of the Expert Workshop to Prepare Practical Guidance on Preventing and Mitigating the Significant Adverse Impacts of Marine Debris on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity and Habitats

Meeting
#5470

World Water Day

22 March 2015, Paris, France

News Headlines
#103224
2015-03-20

Bottom trawling reduces size of commercially important flatfish

Oceans not only provide important ecosystem services, including climate regulation and nutrient cycling, but they also serve as a major contributor to food and jobs.

News Headlines
#103213
2015-03-19

With Fins Off Many Menus, A Glimmer of Hope for Sharks

For decades, the slaughter of sharks – sought after for their fins and meat – has been staggering. But bans on finning and new attitudes in Asia toward eating shark-fin soup are leading to optimism about the future for these iconic ocean predators.

News Headlines
#103182
2015-03-17

What’s in your soup? It could be manta ray

In some parts of the world, people have been killing manta and mobula rays to use their gills for a so-called medicine. But eating these animals is threatening the future of the species and could be hurting our health.

Meeting Document
#103173
2015-03-16

UNEP/CBD/EBSA/WS/2015/1/3

Data to Inform the CBD North-East Indian Ocean Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas

News Headlines
#103166
2015-03-16

Australia Bans Dumping Along Barrier Reef

Reverses decision last year to allow millions of tons of dredge from nearby coal-port to be dumped there

News Headlines
#103134
2015-03-13

Government corruption in South Africa contributes to overfishing, study finds

Bribery among government officials who inspect fishing along the coast of South Africa contributes to overfishing, according to new study.

News Headlines
#103118
2015-03-12

Dolphins, diatoms and sea dragons join census of all known marine life

Taxonomists undertaking the daunting task of compiling a list of every species in the sea say that there are 228,445 known marine organisms. The team from the World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) has eliminated 190,400 previously listed species, because they were duplicate identities.

News Headlines
#103106
2015-03-11

World’s whaling slaughter tallied

Commercial hunting wiped out almost three million animals last century.

News Headlines
#103107
2015-03-11

UN report warns of grave consequences if mangroves not protected

Protecting Mangrove Forests Good For Environment And Economy: UN Global destruction of mangrove forests impacts biodiversity, food security, and the lives and livelihoods of some of the most marginalized communities in the world, according to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).

News Headlines
#103115
2015-03-11

A sea change for ocean resource management

Ocean ecosystems around the world are threatened by overfishing, extensive shipping routes, energy exploration, pollution and other consequences of ocean-based industry.

News Headlines
#103116
2015-03-11

WoRMS catalogue downsizes ocean life

A mammoth effort to catalogue all known ocean life is nearly complete.

News Headlines
#103091
2015-03-10

Human impacts are 'decoupling' coral reef ecosystems

There is a growing consensus among scientists of all stripes that we have entered the age of the Anthropocene, or the epoch of humans.

News Headlines
#103071
2015-03-09

Despite Protections, Miami Port Project Smothers Coral Reef in Silt

MIAMI — The government divers who plunged into the bay near the Port of Miami surfaced with bad news again and again: Large numbers of corals were either dead or dying, suffocated by sediment.

News Headlines
#102973
2015-03-02

Algal species helps corals survive in Earth's hottest reefs

SOUTHAMPTON, England, Feb. 27 (UPI) -- The warming ocean has researchers worried large swaths of corals could suffer bleaching events, jeopardizing their health and the rich biodiversity that depends on them. But not all corals in warm water reefs are affected equally.

News Headlines
#102930
2015-02-25

US sea level north of New York City 'jumped by 128mm'

Sea levels along the northeast coast of the US rose by record levels during 2009-2010, a study has found.

CBD
Meeting
#5406
News Headlines
#102890
2015-02-23

World Closes in on Consensus to Regulate Fishing on the High Seas

The high seas—the vast roiling ocean that reaches beyond a coastal states’ 320-kilometer exclusive economic zone, or EEZ—is Earth’s largest biosphere.

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