Half of plant and animal species at risk from climate change
50% of plant and animal species in the Mediterranean could face extinction due to climate change.
Blue Finance Principles Unveiled to Support Ocean Health and Investment
Today at The Economist World Ocean Summit, the Sustainable Blue Economy Finance Principles were ...
European countries not yet delivering a healthy Baltic Sea
Ten years after the Baltic Sea Action Plan was adopted , the recovery of the Baltic Sea remains ...
New report on the impact of the EU IUU Regulation on seafood trade flows
Ten years after the adoption of the EU IUU Regulation, a new report examines how the EU’s carding ...
MEPs miss crucial opportunity to protect our marine environment and juvenile fish
WWF has strongly condemned today’s vote by the European Parliament, which failed to reduce the ...
Unacceptable rise in catch quota for bluefin tuna! WWF protests
WWF is deeply disappointed with ICCAT’s decision to drastically increase catch quotas for bluefin ...
Bluefin tuna recovery: a ten-year battle may be lost by lack of caution, WWF warns
The European Union and other fishing nations of the International Commission for the Conservation ...
Leaders commit to ocean conservation
Our Ocean, a conference of global leaders on ocean conservation, hosted by the European Union in ...
WWF calls on businesses to invest in a sustainable blue economy
On 5 and 6 October 2017 WWF will attend the #OurOcean Conference where high- level government ...
The Mediterranean Sea: a US$5.6 trillion economy at risk of sinking
A new WWF and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) report finds that the overall value of the ...