In 2019 we set the stage for the work we must do now.
How transhipment at sea facilitates illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing that devastates our oceans.
Why the world's ultimate ocean wanderers need protection.
In Hot Water: The Climate Crisis and the Urgent Need for Ocean Protection
Brazil’s forests and savannahs remain at the frontline of industrial agriculture’s war on the world’s climate, the environment and traditional communities.
The Abandoned Fishing Nets Haunting Our Oceans Pollution of the world’s oceans is a growing and pervasive problem, and that is especially true of the increasing volume of ocean plastic.
The Blue Hole is in danger from overfishing, destructive fishing practices and the inability of states to cooperate to ensure that marine ecosystems are effectively protected, and fisheries sustainably managed.
The oceans are facing more threats now than at any time in history. Yet a nascent industry is ramping up to exert yet more pressure on marine life.
In 2018 Greenpeace worked diligently to find ways to make rapid changes in these urgent times.
Shark catches must be dramatically reduced if we want to see healthy oceans for future generations.