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Oceana

Oceana Campaigns to Protect and Restore the World's Oceans. Their teams of marine scientists, economists, lawyers and advocates win specific and concrete policy changes to reduce pollution and to prevent the irreversible collapse of fish populations, marine mammals and other sea life. Global in scope, Oceana has campaigners based in North America (Washington, DC; Juneau, AK; Los Angeles, CA), Europe (Madrid, Spain; Brussels, Belgium) and South America (Santiago, Chile). More than 300,000 members and e-activists in over 150 countries have already joined Oceana.


Website: http://oceana.org/international-home-nao/


Contact:

Oceana
2501 M Street, NW
Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20037-1311 USA
phone: +1 (202) 833 3900
fax: +1 (202) 833 2070
toll-free: 1 877 7 OCEANA or 1 800 8 OCEAN 0

General Information: info@oceana.org


Federal Study: Loggerhead Sea Turtles Face Extinction, Fishing Fleets Blamed
September 12, 2007 01:12 PM - , Oceana

Washington - One of the oldest animals on earth, the loggerhead sea turtle, is in deep trouble. The population of this animal is declining precipitously experts say. Now the federal government is confirming that, reversing a long standing 'hands off' approach to a problem conservationists have been alarmed by for years. The species is now considered threatened under the endangered species act.

Oceana Approach Adopted to Protect Bering Sea From Destructive Bottom Trawling
August 17, 2007 02:44 PM - , Oceana

North Pacific Fishery Management Council protects important seafloor areas in the Bering Sea by freezing the footprint of bottom trawling

Oceana interceps a moroccan driftnetter fishing inside the Alboran island reserve
August 17, 2007 02:41 PM - , Oceana

The Kamalane was using a banned net measuring more than five kilometres in length in Spanish territorial waters, also protected by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fishing CONTACT/CONTACTO: Marta Madina (mmadina@oceana.org)

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