Mediterranean Programme News
ICCAT: bluefin tuna recovery on track but illegal fishing still to be tackled, swordfish at risk, says WWF
Barcelona, November 17th, 2015 – As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic ...
We will insist on a strong COP21 agreement that paves the way to the future
An interview with Geneviève Pons-Deladrière, WWF EPO director
Mediterranean bluefin tuna: WWF recommends caution against over-optimism
Barcelona, November 10th, 2015 – As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic ...
Mediterranean countries fall short of achieving sustainable development
New Study: Mediterranean countries fall short of achieving region’s vision of sustainable ...
WWF at Milan Expo: Sustainable fish for nature and people in Europe
At EXPO 2015, from 18-25 October an installation, video, website and events on sustainable ...
Failing fisheries and poor ocean health starving human food supply – tide must turn
Populations of fish critical to human food security are in serious decline worldwide, according to ...
Earth Overshoot Day: humanity exceeds nature's budget for 2015
In less than eight months humanity has used up nature’s budget for the entire year, with carbon ...
UN readies historic plan for the well-being of people and the planet
Draft agreement will tackle poverty and improve living standards while protecting the environment
NGOs launch fishing transparency website identifying 15,264 EU vessels authorised to fish outside the EU
The first-ever EU global fishing transparency website, www.whofishesfar.org shows that 15,264 EU ...
Record breaking number of EU citizens call to protect nature
Almost 500,000 called on the EC to save Europe’s nature laws in a public consultation