Latest News for: Ocean marine resources

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Morocco boosts foreign policy thanks to Partnership for Atlantic Cooperation

Middle East Online 26 Feb 2024
... security; and innovative financing tools for the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a media note released last week by the State Department.
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What’s So Bad About World Rule?

Off Guardian 24 Feb 2024
Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.” ... demand compliance, take away resources, etc.) was done to meet goal #1,” or #2, or #16, or whatever.
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Africa: Paving the Way for Digitizing Africa's Economy

All Africa 23 Feb 2024
... vast arable land, livestock, mines, rivers, oceans and lakes with their marine life.
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DENR to set up marine research station in Sta. Ana, Cagayan

The Philadelphia Inquirer 22 Feb 2024
MANILA, Philippines --- Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will establish a marine research station in Sta.
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German Researchers Reveal Four Unknown Seamounts

The Maritime Executive 12 Feb 2024
With 75 percent of the ocean still to be mapped, scientists reckon that the absence of detailed underwater topography, or bathymetric data, hinders the ability to manage marine resources sustainably, ...
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NASA’s PACE mission sets course to unravel Earth’s secrets

Arab Times 08 Feb 2024
With the potential to identify harmful algal blooms and monitor their evolution over time, PACE holds promise as a sentinel for safeguarding global marine resources.
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Sri Lanka: Tourism with a purpose

Gulf News 06 Feb 2024
The Pearl Protectors, a volunteer-based environmental youth organisation formed by Muditha Katuwawala, educates people about the importance of marine ecosystems and the value of the ocean as a resource.
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Governments spend US$22 billion a year helping the fishing industry empty our oceans. This injustice ...

Phys Dot Org 03 Feb 2024
Overfishing has dire consequences for ocean health and for the millions of people who depend on fish for food and well-being ... Safeguarding the ocean will strengthen food security and allow more equitable distribution of marine resources.
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Delhi-Paris tango offers a third way of diplomacy

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2024
In the aftermath of the Russia-Ukraine war in February 2022, several western countries fussed over India’s refusal to explicitly condemn Russia ... In India’s (Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative (IPOI), France looks after the marine resources pillar ... ....
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Receives $25 Million to Accelerate Search for Ocean-based Climate Solutions

The Joplin Globe 30 Jan 2024
“The ocean can help us avert a climate crisis, but we need to also ensure the long-term health of marine ecosystems and the communities that rely on ocean resources.
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Maritime Bulletin with CIMAG: Africa’s path to prosperity in the BRICS era: Capitalising on the ...

B & FT Online 29 Jan 2024
Responsible exploitation of ocean resources involves balancing extraction with conservation, ensuring the marine environment’s longevity and productivity ... millions who rely on oceanic resources.
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First ever U.S. Indigenous Marine Stewardship Area declared in California

Mongabay 29 Jan 2024
“Our tribes have a responsibility to steward, protect, and restore the ocean and coastal resources within our ancestral territories,” Jeri Lynn Thompson, chair of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, said at a Dec.
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OceanICT's Reputation as ‘Greatest Stage’ to Showcase Latest Technology

The Maritime Executive 24 Jan 2024
“As long-time supporters of Oceanology International, we are excited to explore new ways to leverage each other’s expertise and resources to create something new and compelling that puts marine and ocean ICT at the forefront.
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Quảng Ninh: Dolphins, whales spotted multiple times around Cô Tô island

Vietnam News 22 Jan 2024
... safeguarding forests, natural resources, marine ecosystems, and actively collecting and processing ocean waste, with the goal of making Cô Tô a plastic-free and sustainable tourist destination.
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DEC weighs lengthening fluke season, increasing catch size to restore population

Newsday 19 Jan 2024
... party boats, in bays, the ocean and Long Island Sound. For Steve Witthuhn, a member of the DEC's Marine Resources Advisory Council and a Montauk charter boat captain, the decision is a no brainer.
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