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/


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Oceana interceps a moroccan driftnetter fishing inside the Alboran island reserve
Oceana Approach Adopted to Protect Bering Sea From Destructive Bottom Trawling
Federal Study: Loggerhead Sea Turtles Face Extinction, Fishing Fleets Blamed
Great South Channel Identified as Critical Habitat
Conservation Groups Act to Protect Loggerhead Sea Turtle
New Report Reveals Human Activities Threaten Survival of Sharks Worldwide
Oceana Petitions the Government to Protect Loggerhead Sea Turtles
No More Free Ride: Global Warming Pollution from Ships Must be Regulated
Unilever ends the use of shark products in its cosmetics
The End of Pirate Fishing Vessel Viarsa 1
French driftnetters will not fish in 2008
Congress Pushes for True Shark Finning Ban
More than 80% of World’s Fisheries In Danger From Overfishing
New WTO Fisheries Subsidies Document Creates Path for Negotiations
U.S. Sets Policy to Protect the Arctic from Industrial Fishing
Overdue Protections for Chinook Salmon Move Forward
U.S. Government Issues Shark Finning Ban in Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico Waters
Congressional Trade Leaders Call on White House to Stop Overfishing Subsidies
New Report Finds Sharks Critical to Maintaining Healthy Oceans
Feds Protect Huge Areas of the Bering Sea from Trawling
Conservation Coalition and States Will Sue EPA to Reduce Global Warming Pollution from Ships and Planes
Depletion of Prey Fish may be Starving the Oceans
Chile Introduces Bill to Protect Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems
Loggerheads in Danger: 2009 Nesting Data Shows Alarming Decrease
World’s Leading Marine Scientists Call on WTO Ministers to Stop Overfishing Subsidies
Offshore Wind Can Deliver Cleaner, More Affordable Energy and More Jobs Than Offshore Oil
Impacts of Bottom Trawling on Fisheries, Tourism, and the Marine Environment
How Seafood Fraud Hurts Our Oceans, Our Wallets and Our Health
Widespread Seafood Fraud Found in New York City
Is that really Red Snapper You're Eating? Don't be so sure!
Seismic Airgun Testing for Oil and Gas Threatens Marine Life and Coastal Economies
Illegal Fishing Linked to Seafood Fraud in New Report
Sustainable Fishing
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