The Danish government’s proposal to create six protected areas in the Kattegat to protect vulnerable habitats is a step in the right direction, but not good enough, according to Oceana, WWF, Greenpeace and the Danish Society for Nature Conservation.
Oceana welcomes Fisheries Committee’s decision on the multiannual plan and calls on the Council to follow suit.
Oceana calls upon MEPs to vote in line with EU law and ensure sustainable fisheries in the region.
Oceana calls on Mediterranean States to approve the proposed fishing closures at the next meeting in May.
Leading chefs – at unprecedented gathering - join Oceana’s campaign and pledge to serve and highlight anchovies and other small fish at their restaurants on World Oceans Day 2015.
The Spanish Government has announced the launch of ‘Operation Sparrow’, an investigation into several companies for alleged links with...
Permanently closing fisheries in critical areas of the Strait of Sicily will help hake and deep-water rose shrimp to recover from heavy overfishing.