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Minister announces establishment of Creative Industries, Blue Economy units

The News International 14 Jul 2024
“This unit will work on developing policies and projects that enhance the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, and the preservation of marine ecosystems.
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China boosts global marine protection

China Daily 12 Jul 2024
China has also established a policy system surrounding marine eco-environmental protection, resource conservation and management of polar activities under the framework of international conventions, the white paper said.
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Blue Economy – An Emerging Concept for Sustainable Growth

Kashmir Observer 12 Jul 2024
... sites of multi-metal hydrothermal sulphides mineralization and harnessing energy and freshwater resources from the ocean as it will also establishment of an advanced Marine Station for Ocean Biology.
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Marine Eco-Environmental Protection in China

China Daily 12 Jul 2024
I.Improving Marine Eco-Environment for Harmonious Coexistence Between Humans and the Ocean ... It is the responsibility of all countries to protect and improve the marine environment and to conserve and use marine resources in a sustainable way.
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IMO Sets 2025 World Maritime Day Theme

MarineLink 12 Jul 2024
As the largest sector operating in the ocean space, shipping has a central role to play in the protection of the marine environment and management of ocean resources ... and safe use of ocean resources.
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Marine conservation a common cause: China Daily editorial

China Daily 12 Jul 2024
The professionalism and objectivity of the fact-based document, jointly compiled by the Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Ecology and Environment, State Oceanic Administration and some other departments, is clear to see.
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Chinese company to build ocean park in Saudi Arabia

China Daily 10 Jul 2024
"The recreational facilities related to the marine park operated by Haichang Ocean Park are exactly the resources that are scarce in Saudi Arabia's tourism, and the collision of 'desert and sea' ...
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New laws address tourism and the environment

West Hawaii Today 09 Jul 2024
... Natural Resources, safeguarding marine resources and public safety ... The legislation supports sustainable marine resource management while respecting Native Hawaiian cultural connections to the ocean.
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Ahead of Shark Week 2024: A must-read on the history of the underwater predator

New York Post 06 Jul 2024
The strategic professor of paleontology at Australia’s Flinders University declares that without sharks, the earth’s marine resources “would diminish” and the oceans “would die.”.
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Supreme Court overturns Chevron—major blow to consumer protections, regulatory power

Nashville Pride 04 Jul 2024
The National Marine Fisheries Service, which oversees ocean resources, issued a rule in 2020 mandating vessel operators pay up to $710 a day for independent observers to monitor operations.
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Do not land fish at Togo border during closed season – Hawa Koomson

B & FT Online 03 Jul 2024
During this period, we are giving our marine resources the chance to recover, ensuring that future generations can continue to benefit from the ocean’s abundance ... threat to our marine resources.
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Govt bans monofilament nets in fishing

B & FT Online 01 Jul 2024
During this period, we are giving our marine resources the chance to recover, ensuring that future generations can continue to benefit from the ocean’s abundance ... threat to our marine resources.
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Indonesia must integrate marine protection with fisheries subsidies, study says

Mongabay 29 Jun 2024
Government subsidies for fisheries have enabled industries to fish in economically unfeasible ocean areas, but this support has faced wide criticism for harming the long-term viability of marine resources.
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Supreme court overturns Chevron: Here are the major implications

The Cincinnati Herald 29 Jun 2024
The National Marine Fisheries Service, which oversees ocean resources, issued a rule in 2020 mandating vessel operators pay up to $710 a day for independent observers to monitor operations.

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