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Endangered species /
Iceland
Despite a record low demand for whale meat, Japan and Iceland approved fin whale hunts in this year's hunting season. Read More
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Conservation /
UK
Eight in ten adults in the UK (81%) feel that bottom-trawl fishing – which involves dragging heavy metal gear and nets across seafloor habitats – should be banned in marine protected areas (MPAs), according to new polling. Read More
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Conservation /
New York
Today, during the opening ceremony of the Capitol Hill Ocean Week, the Biden-Harris Administration announced that it is designating a 1,722-square-mile area in eastern Lake Ontario as America's 16th national marine sanctuary. Read More
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England /
jobs /
Oceanographic team
Oceanographic Magazine is looking for a talented and ambitious Social Media Manager to oversee the next phase of growth across its social media channels. Read More
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Marine Life /
North Pacific
A rare deep-sea squid has been captured on video at a depth of more than a kilometre underwater. Read More
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Endangered species /
Indonesia
The Important Shark and Ray Areas (ISRA) project, an initiative led by the IUCN SSC Shark Specialist Group, has released a compendium of Important Shark and Ray Areas identified in the waters of Asia. Read More
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Endangered species /
Indian Ocean
The Global Tuna Alliance (GTA) is attending the opening day of the 28th Indian Ocean Tuna Committee (IOTC) meeting in Bangkok today, urging delegates to cooperate on much-needed reductions to the yellowfin catch. Read More
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Arctic /
Exploration
The Ocean Census Arctic Deep Expedition is set to redefine our understanding of the biodiversity of the deepest Arctic Ocean marine habitats. Read More
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Endangered species /
Papua New Guinea
Last night, the 2024 winners of the Whitley Awards were announced in London. Amongst other grassroot activists, Naomi Longa was given the prestigious award for her inspiring work with the Sea Women of Melanesia.  Read More
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Endangered species /
Greenland
It is well documented how certain bird species react to the cycles of night and day time, but what about birds in the far north Atlantic during summer, when the sun shines almost 24 hours a day? A research team has now found some answers. Read More
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