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Quad Joint Leaders’ Statement

The White House 24 May 2022
... to disrupt other countries’ offshore resource exploitation activities ... Space-related applications and technologies can also contribute to addressing common challenges such as climate change, disaster preparedness and response, and sustainable uses of oceans and marine resources.
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Quad to discuss ways to monitor China's activities in Indo-Pacific regionThe monitoring network is officially ...

Deccan Herald 22 May 2022
... year for the first summit of the Quad, the leaders had agreed to share satellite data for peaceful purposes, such as monitoring climate change, disaster response and preparedness, sustainable uses of oceans and marine resources, and on responding to challenges in shared domains.
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Pena: Month of the oceans

Sun Star 19 May 2022
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), at least 14 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean every year, and plastic makes up 80 percent of all marine debris found from surface waters to deep-sea sediments ... coastal and marine resources.
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Guest view: Blue finance can save Asia's oceans

Reuters 13 May 2022
The cost of implementing the UN's Sustainable Development Goal aimed at conserving oceans, seas, and marine resources is estimated at $175 billion per year through 2030, per the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung think tank, far higher than the current $26 billion spent annually ... The world's oceans are counting on it.CONTEXT NEWS.
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US fish stocks continue era of rebuilding and recovery

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2022
"The report demonstrates that we remain on track to maximize marine fishing opportunities while ensuring long-term ecological and economic sustainability in our changing world." ... In April, NOAA Fisheries also shared a new tool to better track the location and movement of marine fish and invertebrate species in U.S.
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Former President Michel addresses Llyod’s Foundation Safer World Conference in London |12 May 2022

Nation 12 May 2022
... of the ocean’s ecosystems which are essential to prevent the deterioration by anthropogenic activities such as overfishing and overexploitation of marine resources,” former President James Michel told delegates at the opening of Safer World Conference in London, on Tuesday.
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Commercial fishermen in four northeastern states sharing $11M in federal assistance

Daily Times Chronicle 09 May 2022
Maine will be getting the largest chunk of the funding, or nearly $7.2 million, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which says it will work with the Maine Department of Marine Resources to administer these funds.
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Reward offered for information after 2 dolphins died in Texas and Florida following interactions with humans

Henry Herald 07 May 2022
The Marine Mammal Protection Act prohibits the harassing, harming, killing or feeding of wild dolphins ... The agency -- whose mission is stewardship of ocean resources and habitats -- advised people to avoid interacting with stranded marine animals because they may be sick or injured.
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Free fish-release gear available

Dothan Eagle 06 May 2022
Restoration work in the Open Ocean Restoration Area focuses on restoring the living marine resources and their services that were injured by the spill,” it states. “The Open Ocean Trustee Implementation Group, comprised of the federal trustees,works together to restore ...
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US puts out calls for nominations to identify sites for offshore wind development

Splash24/7 29 Apr 2022
Scheduled to be published in the Federal Register on April 29, each call will initiate a separate 60-day comment period during which the public can submit relevant information on site conditions, marine resources and ocean uses near or within the call areas.
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Japan’s Toxic Dumping Faces Growing Protests

Dissident Voice 29 Apr 2022
... morally reprehensible as well as a despicable disregard for the lifeblood of the ocean ... The ocean connects the whole world ... Moreover, “this water adds to the already nuclear polluted ocean. This threatens the lives and livelihoods of islanders heavily reliant on marine resources.
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US govt to open public sessions in search of new offshore wind sites

Renewables Now 28 Apr 2022
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) said on Wednesday it will publish two calls for information and nominations in order to solicit information on site conditions, marine resources, and ocean users near the specific areas. The aim will be to identify potential use conflicts before designating the areas.
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BOEM Opens Comments on Eight Offshore Areas with First Two Off Oregon

The Maritime Executive 27 Apr 2022
The Bureau of Ocean Energy ... The bureau said it has already consulted with various stakeholders regarding the sites and during the upcoming comment periods the public can submit relevant information on site conditions, marine resources, and ocean uses near or within the areas.
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Chesapeake Bay Bridge top pick for site of new span: What you should know

Herald Mail 26 Apr 2022
The Chesapeake Bay Oyster Alliance, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the Virginia Marine Resources Commission, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, among others, may also be required to evaluate potential aquatic resource impacts.
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SZ to build State-level ocean aquaculture

Shenzhen Daily 25 Apr 2022
Dapeng Bay marine farm will be the country’s first coral-themed national ocean ranching demonstration area. The project will build artificial reefs, propagate and release aquatic organisms, breed and rear fishery resources, as well as protect rare and endangered marine species, in ...

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