Sustainable Fishing

Overfishing Threatens Our Oceans - Again

James Thornton | Posted 02.12.2014 | UK
James Thornton

The fishing industry has been gearing up for the landing obligation, and progress is being made. New nets with larger holes mean smaller fish, doomed to be thrown back dead under the old law, are allowed to swim free.

A New Blueprint for Protecting Britain's Seas

Charles Clover | Posted 02.09.2013 | UK
Charles Clover

What BLUE believes - and the Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology has backed us on this - is that how reserves are managed is key to their acceptability. If there are obvious benefits to be derived from being part of a managed area, more people will put up with the imposition.

World Oceans Day - What Will You Promise?

Frontier | Posted 07.08.2013 | UK
Frontier

Pledging to take shorter showers, using a smaller amount of water for baths, and doing the washing up in a bowl in the sink are all easy ways to reduce your personal water usage. Families have been taking pledges together.

Why Prince Charles's Marine Programme Can Impact on the Future of World Fish Stocks

Tony Juniper | Posted 03.04.2012 | UK
Tony Juniper

Many of the world's fish stocks are in a state of crisis - right? And there is nothing that can be done about it? Well no. And that is the message that comes through today, following two years of research, conversation and thinking from the Prince of Wales's International Sustainability Unit (ISU) and the launch of a new programme to conserve fish stocks.

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Whales And Dolphins Slaughtered During Tuna Trawl

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 18.11.2011 | UK

A shocking Greenpeace video has revealed the appalling slaughter of marine life during tuna fishing. A tuna industry whistleblower spoke out to expose...