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Fisheries fraud on a massive scale

Blog entry by Andrew | 16 August, 2006

Apparently, the Japanese tuna industry has been cheating the system for years - catching well over their scientifically determined quota and pushing the southern bluefin dangerously low levels to dangerously. From the Sydney Morning...

Philippines - from dedicated communities to devastating mines

Feature story | 15 August, 2006 at 0:00

Scientists recognise the Philippine archipelago as the world's centre of marine biodiversity, but the country's rich marine ecosystem is severely threatened by pollution from diverse sources.

Mexican Crop Circle asks the question

Feature story | 14 August, 2006 at 0:00

John Lundberg, a professional cropcircle maker talks about his latest work, a giant question mark in a maize field in Mexico and working with us.

Sudoku, giant squid, seamounts and railway stations

Blog entry by nick | 13 August, 2006 2 comments

Seadoku is a little experiment we're trying down here in New Zealand but it may take the world by storm. Here's the thing. Later this year the United Nations will meet to discuss the fate of deep sea life in international waters. For...

Illegal logging debate heats up in Papua New Guinea

Feature story | 11 August, 2006 at 14:56

The debate on illegal logging in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is heating up. Rimbunan Hijau (RH), the largest logging company in PNG, commissioned an Australian consultancy company, ITS-Global, to write a report attacking Greenpeace in an attempt to...

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