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

  • seabird in midflight with sea in background

    EU rules need to protect sensitive marine species and habitats

    New rules governing fishing must be in line with EU environment laws to protect sensitive marine species and habitats.

  • person holding fish and chips for story saying esponsibility should be a priority for seafood investors

    Responsibility should be a priority for seafood investors

    Responsible investment is a key impetus for a sustainable seafood industry, and investors are increasingly expected to use their finances responsibly. How can they do this?

  • photo of sushi for story saying over 80 percent of supermarket seafood now responsibly sourced and labelled

    Over 80 percent of UK supermarket seafood now responsibly sourced and labelled

    Over 80% of seafood in supermarkets is now labelled and sourced responsibly, after a 2011 study found that shops were potentially misleading customers with sustainability claims on their fish.

  • yellow buoy on sea for story saying Commission warns lack of enforcement is undermining EU fisheries law

    Commission warns lack of enforcement is undermining EU fisheries law

    Sanctions for fishing violations are inconsistent and toothless, according to a major report released today by the European Commission.

  • “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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