Monday, October 5, 2015
European Environment Agency reveals that although the Baltic delivers its 10% MPA target, the small size of areas, poor distribution and management jeopardises their effectiveness.
European Environment Agency reveals only 5.9% of EU marine waters are protected, and many only on paper
BRUSSELS—The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana, The Pew Charitable Trusts, and WWF commended the European Commission today...
The EU and all Mediterranean countries should recover this overfished stock, reduced to one third of its size in just 30 years.
Oceana proposes to create a large protected area on the seamounts channel Mallorca, where black coral gardens and gorgonian forests have been found.
Oceana calls on the EU states to follow scientific advice in setting TACs and prioritise stock recovery in their final decisions.
It plans to expand the proposal of the Town Hall of Santa Eulària to Cap Moscarter and the Llosa de Santa Eulària to include areas with presence of coral, protected habitat