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Oceana Canada Nov 13
Today, we launched our second annual . Canada’s fisheries are in trouble and the government is not delivering on their commitments to rebuild them. Dive in at
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OceanCanada Nov 15
Event: A Deep Dive into the Biological Mysteries of Whales: 'Curiosities of the Natural World' Lecture Series at the Central Branch
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OceanCanada Nov 15
OceanCanada's is presenting "Indo-Pacific fisheries as a key to security and cooperation" today at a workshop titled "The Indo-Pacific: Security Governance and Peace on The Geotechnical Politics of Ocean Frontiers", at York University, Toronto, ON.
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OceanCanada Nov 14
20 November 2018, 3pm GMT - Webinar: No hidden catch: mainstreaming small-scale fisheries in national accounts
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UBC Oceans Nov 14
Managing Ocean Environments in a Changing Climate, co-authored by , is listed as one of key titles for learning more about how is affecting the planet's . via
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UBC Oceans Nov 13
Congratulations to William Cheung who was named a member of ' College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
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Sea Around Us Nov 11
The links between human misery, illegality and overfishing
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OceanCanada Nov 12
We should follow the recommendations by the Indigenous Circle of Experts report released in late March. The recommendations apply to the marine environment, and facilitate land-sea protection.
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OceanCanada Nov 9
Minimum protection standards are needed for our as they will facilitate stakeholder consultations and engagement in MPA and MPA network planning
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Sea Around Us Nov 7
Modern slavery is fueling overfishing reports on the research for
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Sea Around Us Nov 6
There is nothing natural about nature’s steep decline
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OceanCanada Nov 7
Minimum protection standards are needed for our - Canada is reporting areas as protected that do not provide protections, resulting in watered down protections in terrestrial protected areas
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OceanCanada Nov 5
We need standards to mandate fully protected areas (IUCN I and II) as a core part of our MPAs and MPA networks. The minimum standards should also apply to Other Effective Areas-Based Conservation Measures.
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OceanCanada Nov 2
Human activities that alter the habitat, and industrial activities of should be prohibited. The only allowable activities, in the least protective zone, should be “low-level non industrial use of natural resources compatible with nature conservation”.
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OceanCanada Nov 1
OceanCanada's to serve on the Expert Group for the High Level Panel on Building a Sustainable Ocean Economy:
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OceanCanada Oct 31
OceanCanada's is the keynote speaker at the Emerging Opportunities for Marine Sustainability in Japan symposium on the 8 November 2018, hosted by & The University Of Tokyo Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
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Rashid Sumaila Oct 31
The 2018 Volvo Environment Prize laureate is Xuemei Bai, professor at the Australian National University. She gains the award for global thought leadership in urban sustainability research:
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UBC Oceans Oct 31
Ocean Shock: Fishmeal factories plunder Africa. Global business interests are snatching a staple of West Africa's diet from the people who need it the mosthttp://news.trust.org/item/20181030135526-okw0v/ via
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OceanCanada Oct 31
Experience around the world indicates that well-managed can help safeguard ecosystems and wildlife, rebuild fish stocks, and generate increased economic opportunities.
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OceanCanada Oct 29
OceanCanada's will present an overview of the current landscape of global fisheries subsidies tomorrow on Fisheries Subsidies​ with Brahmantya S. Poerwadi, Roberto Ampuero & in Nusa Dua, Bali.
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