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November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

To achieve global goals for biodiversity conservation, national level implementation must be significantly improved. National policy instruments need to precisely define effective actions and the actors responsible for implementation.

November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

Prime Minister Mark Brown says he expects seabed minerals exploration licences to be approved or denied by February.

November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

The Responsible Fishing Vessel Standard (RFVS) is gaining traction in tuna fisheries in the Southwest Pacific, as a Philippines-based company has achieved the standard, while the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) have partnered with the Global Seafood Alliance to adopt the standard in its fish

November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

The pelagic ocean covers over 50 percent of the planet's surface and many of the species that call it home travel thousands of miles each year, seeking food and suitable nursery grounds.

November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

One of the directors of the Phoenix Island Protected Area Trust said the marine sanctuary is a conservation treasure for the world. The Kiribati Government has announced it's planning to end the protected status to allow commercial fishing within the World Heritage Site's boundaries.

November 27, 2021 by sprep-pa

A new report suggests that the noise pollution produced by deep-sea mining activities could have far-reaching effects on the marine environment, from surface to seafloor.

November 26, 2021 by sprep-pa

A multimillion-dollar blue carbon pilot project deal by the Australian government through Conservation International and three communities around the country.

November 26, 2021 by sprep-pa

We are facing global biodiversity and climate crises. It is estimated that one million species are threatened with extinction, with the drivers of biodiversity loss due to the direct or indirect results of unsustainable human action.

November 26, 2021 by sprep-pa

It was the most ambitious and logistically challenging island restoration project to date. The aim in 2015: to turn some of the world’s rarest birds back from a path to extinction by removing introduced predators from remote French Polynesian islands.

November 26, 2021 by sprep-pa

The impacts of invasive alien species, habitat loss and climate change are compounded in small island nations, which are highly dependent on biodiversity for their economic and social wellbeing.

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