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

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    Half-hearted sanctions against illegal fishing threaten Europe’s seas

    Countries across the EU are failing to punish illegal fishing activities and not enforcing fisheries laws properly, new research by ClientEarth finds today.

  • Two orca fins in black water

    Can eco-labels really save our marine life?

    The EU and the UK have introduced new measures to stop the growing amount of plastics ending up in our oceans. But how much will this help the growing crisis affecting our marine life?

  • Close up of blue and white fishing net for story saying New North Sea fisheries management plan confirms sustainability is a top priority

    New North Sea fisheries management plan confirms sustainability is a top priority

    Fisheries in the North Sea received a boost today, as European Parliament voted for catches to be sustainable at all times under a new management plan.

  • children playing on Welsh beach for story saying Welsh marine life threatened by lack of funding and political will - new report

    Welsh marine life threatened by lack of funding and political will – new report

    Vulnerable marine life in Welsh waters is at risk from lack of funding and political will in the Welsh government, according to a new report by a government body.

  • “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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