Oceans

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Strong laws can protect our seas and the people who depend on them

oceans

Strong laws can protect our seas and the people who depend on them

oceans

Strong laws can protect our seas and the people who depend on them

  • fishing boats in Martinique

    MEPs urged to vote against allowing the use of fishing subsidies to expand fishing fleets

    ClientEarth has joined over 100 environmental organisations in writing to members of the European Parliament (MEPs), urging them to vote to maintain the ban on subsidies for the construction of new fishing vessels.

  • Howth: The island of Ireland's Eye, part of the Special Area of Conservation

    Reefs, sandbanks and shallow bays – using the law to protect marine ecosystems

    This briefing series provides campaigners with the tools to effectively use the law to protect marine wildlife

  • gulls by the sea for story asking how can technology help tackle overfishing

    How can technology help tackle overfishing?

    Technology could be key to end overfishing, according to a new video showing how cameras and sensors can be used to monitor fishing boats at sea.

  • Harbour porpoise for story asking how does the UK protect harbour porpoises and what happens after Brexit?

    How does the UK protect harbour porpoises, and what happens after Brexit?

    The UK government has finally proposed five new protected areas for the vulnerable harbour porpoise – under threat of legal action from the European Commission. What happens next?

  • “Working for ClientEarth gives me a huge sense of hope. By combining law with science, and working with businesses, we will make a real difference to our seas at a time when action is critical.”

    Katie Miller
    Sustainable Seafood Coalition Coordinator

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