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2017

Nine of world's biggest fishing firms sign up to protect oceans
UN Oceans Conference Opens on World Environment Day
This 22-Year-Old Is Launching a Controversial Plan to Clean Up The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
UN Environment declares war on ocean plastics, lobbies for product bans and taxes
Fish under threat from ocean oxygen depletion, finds study
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2016

Scientists discover hidden world of Hawaii's coral 'twilight zone'
Largest ever World Wildlife Conference hailed as a ‘game changer’
First evidence of deep-sea animals ingesting microplastics
Our Ocean 2016 New Commitments Factsheet
400-year-old Greenland shark ‘longest-living vertebrate’
Squids and octopuses thrive as 'weeds of the sea' warm to hotter oceans
Heat kills: Global warming surge may rout Great Barrier Reef's natural defenses
Ecuador creates Galápagos marine sanctuary to protect sharks
New global strategy to save sharks and rays
From oil use to ocean pollution: five facts about the plastics industry
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2015

Pooped out: absence of big mammals foils ecosystem fertilization
Marine food chains at risk of collapse, extensive study of world's oceans finds
Giant 'blob' of cold water in North Atlantic bucking trend of warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures, say scientists
Armed with 10,000 more genes than humans: Scientists hail the intelligence of the octopus
Turtles' future at risk as scientists show rising sea levels affect egg hatchings
40% of Europe's sharks and rays face extinction, says IUCN
Ocean wealth valued at US$24 trillion, but sinking fast
Warm oceans pose risk of global coral bleaching event in 2015
Madagascar’s New Shark Sanctuary Protects 19 Shark Species
Goverments Will Forge First Treaty Protecting Global Oceans
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2014

Great Barrier Reef: 'A Massive Chemistry Experiment Gone Wrong'
Strategic assessment bolsters protection of the Great Barrier Reef
From despair to repair: Dramatic decline of Caribbean corals can be reversed
Unique underwater world discovered in Pitcairn Islands
World Oceans Day 2014 Dawns on Oceans in Danger
New Caledonia Creates World’s Largest Protected Area
Entire marine food chain at risk from rising CO2 levels in water
EU Council announces first-ever seafood trade ban against illegal fishing nations
Warmer seas 'are making fish smaller'
Extinction Shadows One-Quarter of All Sharks, Rays
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2013

Killer whales experience menopause – just like humans
No Safe Havens in Increasingly Acid Oceans
Manta rays lacking libido in empty blue seas around the Maldives
Coral reefs suffer as the relentless hunt for shark fins takes its toll
Climate change pushing marine life towards the poles, says study
Baby Reef Fish ‘Steer by the Sun’
Thresher sharks use their tails like bullwhips to kill or stun prey
Mexico approves measure to save world's rarest marine mammal
Maldives launches US$3.38 million eco-tourism wetland conservation project
EU agrees to tighten its ban on 'shark finning'
Shark tourism expected to double as fishing value declines
EU fisheries ministers use bullying tactics to allow overfishing
UN Warns of Global Shift ‘From a Fish to a Jellyfish Ocean’
The Acid Ocean: Arctic’s soaring CO2 leaves fish and hunters gasping for life
South Africa makes marine conservation history by declaring Prince Edward Islands a marine protected area
First ‘Sex-on-the-Reef’ Recorded on India’s Only Coral Atolls
Fossil Found on Brazilian Beach Key to Blue Whale Survival
CITES conference takes decisive action to halt decline of sharks and manta rays
Deepwater corals may be key to restoring damaged reefs, survey finds
One-third of fish caught in Channel have plastic contamination, study shows
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2012

Indonesia's Fisheries Most Vulnerable to Collapse
Palau Proves Sharks Worth More Alive Than Dead
Burke approves new Abbot Point coal terminal
From Fishing to Crab Farming in Indonesia
Agreement clears way to trim mangroves to improve Barefoot Beach Club views
Great Barrier Reef loses more than half its coral cover
Groups Sue Canada Over Pipeline Danger to Species At Risk
Bolivian President Protects Amazon Pink River Dolphins
Tuna-Loving Kids at Risk of Mercury Poisoning
IUCN’s New Red List for Ecosystem Alerts, Green List for Rewards
Honduras Committed to Protecting Marine Treasures
Working together to save the dolphins of the Mekong River
Warm water marine species spreading northwards into British waters
Gulf of Mexico Still Suffering Two Years After BP Spill
Coral Reef Off Coast of Bontang Severely Damaged
Rescue Planned for World's Most Endangered Turtles
Norway leads calls for EU ban on fish discards
Sea Shepherd Declares Victory as Japanese Whalers Head Home
New Alliance calling for fully protected marine reserve in Antarctica’s Ross Sea
WWF calls for total ban on set nets in rare dolphins’ range
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2011

127 Areas to be Proposed as English Marine Conservation Zones
Battle to Rescue Young Whale Stranded in Humber
Great Barrier Reef: Rising Turtle Deaths Prompt Warnings of Wildlife Crisis
Mekong River Dolphin Population on the Brink of Extinction – WWF
Atlantic Cod Survive without 'Vital' Immune Genes, Say Scientists
Scientists Call for Protected Areas to Conserve Deep Sea Environment
Arctic May be Ice-Free within 30 Years
'Shocking' State of Seas Threatens Mass Extinction, Say Marine Experts
Explosion in Jellyfish Numbers May Lead to Ecological Disaster, Warn Scientists
Fishing for Plastic to Aave Our Seas
Wildlife threatened by Fukushima radiation
The 13 Most Vulnerable Arctic Treasures
Trade group's report emphasizes need for action on fisheries subsidies
India set to be first country to publish 'natural wealth' accounts
Critical Habitat Set Aside for Endangered Cook Inlet Beluga Whale
Invasive Lionfish Now Found From Bahamas to New England
Whaling Policy in Choppy Waters
Oil giant plans new platform near feeding ground of critically endangered whale
Globally, 2010 Was a Good Year for Sharks
On-Board Cameras to Monitor Hake Fishing in South Atlantic
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2010

The Fifth International Fishers Forum on Marine Spatial Planning and Bycatch Mitigation
Hawaiian False Killer Whale Proposed for Endangered Status
Jewelers Boycott Pebble Mine Gold to Save Bristol Bay Salmon
Striving to stave off marine extinctions
Marine Sanctuaries Recommended for Half Australia's South West Oceans
Maldives 'tourism boom' putting manta rays at risk
1,200 New Aazon Species Discovered: Mammals, Birds, Fish, Plants
SOS - A new call on businesses to respomd to extinction crisis
Palan Declares South Pacific Sanctuary for Whales, Dolphins
One step forward to halting biodiversity loss?
African freshwater species threatened-livelihoods at stake
Japan to rally pro-whaling nations for ending ban
Extreme weather events signal global warming to world's meteorologists
EPA rejects petitions to reverse climate change endangerment finding
Northwestern Hawaiian Islands granted world heritage status
Scientists warn of global warming threat to marine food chain
BP oil poisons the gulf of Mexico's food chain
Obama establishes America's first national oceans policy
Govermment urge Russia to suspend seismic testing that could harm one of world's most endangered whales
G20 backs funding for climate, food as protesters rage outside
Gulf spill could produce wealth of scientific knowledge
Whale cull plan sunk as national delegates fail to agree
Oil spill comes at worst time for endangered Bluefin Tuna
NASA icebreaker voyage to probe climate change impact on Arctic
Australian prawn fishery tries for major certification
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2009

Great Whites hang out in Pacific's 'shark cafe'
Costing the Earth: Investing in protecting the planet
Species' extinction threat grows
Maldives' president all wet on sea level
Climate change and coral health
Australia needs national plan for rising seas
'Freezer plan' bid to save coral
Icelandic Whaling Condemned by 26 Countries
U.S. Flood Insurance Endangers Puget Sound Salmon, Orcas
EC backs bluefin tuna trade ban - WWF urges EU to follow
The Cove' worked ! Dolphin slaughter stops in Taiji
The Battle Over Bluefin
Global Warming Jeopardizes World's Most Diverse Marine Ecosystem
China to adapt for EU rules on illegal fishing: study
U.S. Commerce Secretary Freezes Arctic Fishing Expansion
Atlantic Salmon returns to Seine
At Risk of Rising Seas, Pacific Nations Demand Global Climate Action
Whales' Fate Hangs on Whaling Commission Power Struggle
Overfishing Pushes Open Ocean Sharks Towards Extinction
New Rules Would Shield Puget Sound Killer Whales from Boats
ASIA-PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION
France, UK, Monaco press for global ban of bluefin tuna sales
Climate Change and Marine Ecosystems
Ocean Acidification
Ocean Fertilization
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