Latest News for: Marine resources


City sets its sights on becoming a world-class tourist destination

China Daily 27 Jun 2022
The hotel is cooperating with local expert participants in marine sports such as fishing, yachting, diving and kayaking ... With its rich marine and tourism resources, Dalian aims to become a world-class destination for visitors ... Work on the first phase of Hi Coast, a marine cultural tourism project, is expected to start next month.

Researchers develop chip to boost coral reef health

Taipei Times 26 Jun 2022
The project is based at the Ocean Resources Restoration Park in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District (貢寮) ... A diver cleans algae from coral in an abandoned abalone breeding pool at the Ocean Resources Restoration Park in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District in an undated photograph.

UN Ocean Conference is a Key Step to Restoring Ocean Health

The Maritime Executive 26 Jun 2022
Overfishing continues to deplete precious marine resources and jeopardise sustainable, smaller-scale fisheries ... Plastic and chemical pollution are permeating the ocean, putting many marine species in trouble ... I am urging every attendee to bring the best of their ideas and resources to Lisbon.

Tanya Plibersek speaks at her first international summit after being 'demoted' to environment minister over ...

The Daily Mail 26 Jun 2022
The point of the conference is progress action on the UN's sustainable development goal 14 - to conserve and sustainably use the world's oceans, seas and marine resources ... Mr Clarke said about 45 per cent of Australia's marine territory sits within marine protected areas but just ...

U.S., U.K. ties near troubled waters in feud

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 26 Jun 2022
As a result, for the first time since governments banded together 40 years ago to protect marine life near the South Pole, deep-sea fishing for the pointy-toothed fish is proceeding this season without any catch limit from the 26-member Commission on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources or CCAMLR.

Maharashtra: NFF, other fishing outfits to oppose Vadhavan Port construction

The Economic Times 26 Jun 2022
The NFF has launched an 'All India Machimaar Sangarsh Yatra' to protest against the grabbing of coastal and marine resources away from the people and will oppose the construction of Vadhavan Port as part of this movement, Colaco added ... .

INTERVIEW: Pollution, Cartagena, and the Caribbean

United Nations 25 Jun 2022
This brought home the fact that this region is so dependent on the coastal and marine resources on the Caribbean Sea for tourism, for fisheries, and livelihoods, that there needed to be a framework to protect those valuable resources.

8 famous activities to enjoy in Nabq Reserve in Egypt’s South Sinai

Egypt Today 25 Jun 2022
CAIRO – 25 June 2022 ...  . Nabq Reserve was declared a nature reserve in 1992.  . In this report, et highlights some of the famous activities one can enjoy there..   ...   ... 4- Marine beauty. Enjoying the famous marine resources in the reserve is one of the activities to enjoy watching fish, coral reefs, shellfish and natural plants ... .

Pakistan believes in peaceful co-existence: PM

Urdu Point 25 Jun 2022
He observed that Pakistan navy had been effectively playing its part to the overall deterrence and national security with the available resources ... He underscored that Pakistan Navy had even more important role to play in the present age of ever growing blue economy, marine security and strategic defence.

Ministry monitors health of Mangaia’s marine environment

Cook Islands News 24 Jun 2022
Cook Islands Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) staff took part in a research expedition on Mangaia to monitor the island’s marine environment ... Ministry of Marine Resources Kirby Morejohn/22062316 ... “Within the Cooks, Mangaia is a leader in sustainable management of their marine resources.

Why a just energy transition requires seismic surveying

Mail Guardian South Africa 24 Jun 2022
I believe seismic surveys pose a limited risk to fisheries, the communities which depend on these fisheries, and marine wildlife generally. Yet, reducing natural resource extraction and associated national revenue collection has predictably devastating consequences for the poorest South Africans ... Will seismic surveying harm marine wildlife?.

US accuses UK of exploiting Russia tensions to fish highly prized species

The Observer 24 Jun 2022
Last year, amid tensions with the west over Ukraine, Russia rejected catch limits for Patagonia toothfish – also known as Chilean seabass – set by a 26-member fishing regulatory body, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) ... resources.

With Bay crabs in trouble, tighter harvest restrictions loom

The Star Democrat 24 Jun 2022
In Virginia, the Marine Resources Commission’s blue crab management advisory committee grudgingly agreed to lower daily catch caps beginning Oct ... The Virginia Marine Resources Commission is set to hold a public hearing and decide on the changes June 28.

US Reportedly Threatens To Ban Some UK Fish Imports as London Greenlights Antarctic Poaching

Sputnik 24 Jun 2022
Member-states of the Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) failed to negotiate new Antarctic fishing norms for the fifth time in 2021. One of the disputed areas is the coast of the UK-controlled South Georgia, where London has issued fished permits that Washington deems illegal ....

Rody handling of WPS issue, oil talks hailed

Manila Standard 24 Jun 2022
has a challenging task ahead ... “Our resources in the West Philippine Sea are immeasurable and will support us for generations,” he added ... China and the Philippines are embroiled in a territorial dispute over the South China Sea, an area believed to be rich in minerals, gas and oil deposits, and other marine resources ... ....

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