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Victory! Australia calls for moratorium on unregulated bottom trawling

Feature story | 22 September, 2006 at 0:00

Reminiscent of their performance in the World Cup Football, Australia also made a great move in our very own Oceans World Cup and today joined the Deep-Sea Defenders. After receiving over 32,000 emails sent from our Ocean Defenders around the...

Richard Branson pledges $3bn to curb global warming

Blog entry by Dave | 21 September, 2006 4 comments

Interesting news. When Richard Branson gets something into his head, he usually goes with it. From the BBC: The Virgin boss said he would commit all profits from his travel firms, such as airline Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Trains,...

Happy Birthday, Greenpeace

Blog entry by Brian Fitzgerald | 21 September, 2006 1 comment

Rex Weyler writes: "[September 15th] is the 35th birthday of Greenpeace. Some of the founders have passed on: Irving Stowe, Ben Metcalf, Davie Gibbons, John Cormack, and Bob Hunter. A new generation of environmentalists face challenges...

Dodgy and dodgier: pirate fishing around the world

Feature story | 21 September, 2006 at 0:00

Both the Esperanza and the Arctic Sunrise are working with law enforcement agencies to battle pirate fishing on different sides of the planet. The story is the same from the Pacific to Poland, along with a lack of government resources to tackle...

Stop those people from stealing our cod!

Blog entry by Irene | 20 September, 2006 1 comment

© Greenpeace/Christian Åslund. I used to enjoy eating cod when it was still sustainable to do so, but that was quite some time ago now. The cod fishing quotas in the Baltic Sea are far higher than what is recommended by scientists.

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