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BirdLife Europe & Central Asia Jul 11
In EU waters fishing vessels are accountable for their impacts on seabirds, but not when fishing in West African waters. We want the EU to ensure ALL EU vessels are accountable for their impacts on marine life – even beyond EU waters
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BirdLife Europe & Central Asia Jul 12
🐟PROTECT OUR OCEANS🌍 EU Fisheries Agreement allowing EU vessels to fish in Senegal MUST protect marine biodiversity + promote scientific research on ! EU vessels urgently need to use seabird bycatch mitigation measures outside EU
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Bruna Campos 5h
speaks of Lady Justice and defending the Treaty. Start with the Common Fisheries Policy. Withdraw the where you've introduced harmful subsidies and goes against international commitments and position of the EU.
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Bruna Campos 19h
We are hoping that the next 5 years, Members of the European Parliament stand as heroes for the oceans (including all the small seas 😉). Looking forward to working with
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Bruna Campos 19h
Looking forward to working with to save the oceans. The next 5 years will be fundamental for helping the oceans recover.
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Àfrica ⚓️ Jun 8
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Justine Guiny Jun 13
48% of marine animals have declined in the last decade, and many face extinction. EU Ministers want to invest more money in unsustainable fishing, pushing more animals towards extinction. Why won’t protect our oceans instead?
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Bruna Campos Jun 18
Will speak in a conference about lack of in trilogue negotations. Decisions makers need to be accountable & not hiding behind closed doors. For example if you agree to invest money to harm the , citizens have a right to know.
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Justine Guiny May 22
. is delighted to officially be part of the & engage more closely with other NGOs & fisheries sector to have EU vessels outside EU waters systematically collect data on and put technical bycatch mitigation measures in place!
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BirdLife International Dec 27
About 70% of the oxygen we breathe is produced by the oceans. Sign this petition if you want the EU to invest in protecting and restoring them!
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Ariel Brunner Jun 14
There's already a Dead Sea where I come from. Let's avoid killing the living seas. EU governments, please resist IT, ES, FR attempt to reintroduce in EU funding.
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Arċipelagu Garnija Jun 14
Every kg of fish caught at sea comes with much more unintentionally captured species, including seabirds. These are accidentally caught in fishing nets and lines & research in this field can establish how to minimize the impact. 1/2
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BirdLife International Dec 2
- find out how you can have a say in preventing tragedies like these:
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BirdLife Malta Jun 15
Human activity, mainly fishing, is the #1 reason why our oceans are dying. Yet, EU leaders are discussing to increase fishing activities + fast track ocean massacre. Why won’t they use that money in protecting our oceans instead?
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Arċipelagu Garnija Jun 14
We call on the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture to allocate funding from the European Maritime Fisheries Fund to this task and make our fisheries more sustainable. 2/2
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Seas At Risk Apr 11
people - GUESS - Take away drinking made of plastic given out by restaurants and fast food in the EU alone would stretch to the moon and back how many times?
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NGO Biosfera Cabo Verde Dec 7
Every year since 2010, depending on partners, Biosfera clean the beach before nesting season in . Before and after the .
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BirdLife International Dec 2
You have the power to help change European law and prevent tragedies like this. Sign our petition here:
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Greenpeace EU Jan 4
This month, the EU Parliament & national ministers will vote on how to spend €6 billion in the European Maritime Fisheries Fund 🐙🐬 Sign & share this petition to tell them to invest €1.5 billion into protecting & restoring our oceans 🌊
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Raphael Weyland 🇪🇺 19h
Danke für das nette Treffen!
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