Oceana has documented Greek vessels assisting in Turkish fishing operations and denounces the continued activity of EU vessels after the official closure of the fishery.
Oceana researchers on board the Marviva Med present evidence showing how Italian, Turkish, Tunisian and Libyan vessels continue fishing southeast of the island of Malta.
The marine conservation organisation denounces fuel subsidies to more than 40 Spanish Mediterranean bottom trawlers operating with illegal engines up to six times more powerful than permitted.
Oceana repeats its calls to the European Union to focus urgent attention on shark conservation.
Researchers call for the immediate closure of the bluefin tuna season and the urgent establishment of a marine reserve in the Balearic Sea.
Oceana urges the implementation of the Maximum Sustainable Yield approach as Fisheries Council Ministers gather to decide the fate of fish stocks in the North East Atlantic.
After 16 months of deliberations, the European Parliament has agreed on new management measures for deep-sea fisheries. Oceana regrets that...