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Army seeks community input into Makua Beach study

The Army is seeking community input during a 60-day public comment period from Feb. 1 to April 3 on a study of marine resources near Makua Beach. 162 more words

News

World's Fisheries going Belly-up due to Pressure of Human Activities

With a frontier mentality, society has always believed that the oceans are teeming with fish and other marine species. While this perception may have held some merit at one time, science now suggests that many of our fisheries are going belly-up due to the pressure of various human activities – overfishing, in particular. 663 more words

Fisheries

Save Philippine Seas

By: Margo Montelibano

Save Philippine Seas is an organization that aims to protect our country’s marine resources by creating projects and campaigns. It advocates proper marine animal interaction and knowledge of environmental laws. 37 more words

Green Living

Byrne Blasts Feds over Snapper Limits

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne told federal officials December 4 that people along the Gulf Coast have “lost confidence” in the federal government when it comes to determining the Red Snapper catch off the Alabama coast. 364 more words

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Conservation and Sustainable Use of Marine Resources and Biodiversity

Today an informal working group was convened to discuss the feasibility of an international instrument that would clarify existing legal gaps in the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national jurisdiction. 377 more words

Sustainability

Davao Gulf ban on fishing starts in July

There will be no commercial fishing in the Davao Gulf starting July this year.

But fishermen need not worry: the ban would run for only two months up to the end of August. 210 more words

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