Friday, August 7, 2015
Oceana demands that the boundaries of the original proposal of 90,000 must not be reduced so as to protect natural systems as important as the Emile Baudot escarpment and essential areas for cetaceans and bluefin tuna.
Oceana applauds the Portuguese Government for its decision to include the Gorringe Bank in the Natura 2000 network as a Site of Community Importance (SCI)
The first-ever EU global fishing transparency website, www.whofishesfar.org shows that 15,264 EU vessels were authorised to fish outside EU waters between 2010 and 2014.
The European Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries learned about the underwater research carried out by Oceana as part of the LIFE BaĦAR for N2K project.
Two years after the agreed deadline, threatened species and habitats still remain without protection due to OSPAR’s failing process
With just three ROV immersions in the São Vicente submarine canyon, 115 samples of waste were found, some more than 500 metres down
First EU-wide report finds that only 4% of marine species are now of ‘good environmental status’, far from 2020 target of 100%