The Balearic Minister for the Environment, Gabriel Company, neither responded to the invitation to see the seabeds for himself nor sent any representative from the Regional Government
Deep-sea species account for only 1% of North-East Atlantic catches, but carry huge environmental costs
Almost half of the marine protected areas in the Baltic lack protection measures against threats from pollution, commercial fishing and eutrophication.
Today, after almost two years of negotiations the European Parliament has taken positive steps in the vote on the European Maritime and...
Oceana is one of the partners in the LIFE+ INDEMARES project, which represents the greatest impetus given to marine conservation in Spain in recent years.
Oceana adviser Alexandra Cousteau will travel to the Balearic Islands next week to join the team of divers and ROV operators
Oceana expresses concern over Fisheries Council decision continue to ignore scientific advice to reach sustainable fisheries.