Carpet tiles out of abandoned fishing nets
Nine thousand kilos of discarded fishing nets collected from beaches along the Danajon Bank, Philippines, have been collected and will be recycled into carpet tiles, as part of the Net-Works project.
Mexico approves measure to save vaquita
The Mexican government has approved a new regulation to save a threatened porpoise, the vaquita, and to promote sustainable fishing in the upper Gulf of California.
Seafish film 'The Business of Fishing'
Following screening success throughout the UK and Europe, Seafish will be making its 'The Business of Fishing' film available to schools, higher education institutes and other stakeholder groups.
Godt regelverk fører til utvikling av miljøteknologi
En ny undersøkelse viser at miljøkrav fra myndighetene er en viktig grunn for at bedrifter investerer i miljøvennlig teknologi. Men det er viktig at kravene er langsiktige, forutsigbare og gjelder alle for at det skal utløses teknologiutvikling.
Door open to Japan on whaling
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has told his Japanese counterpart that he is hopeful Japan will be open to resuming talks with New Zealand to find a diplomatic solution to whaling - despite New Zealand's decision to take part in Australia's International Court of Justice case to try to force Japan to stop whaling.
Kiwi's Ross Sea doco on roll in US
A Kiwi film-maker's efforts to highlight threats to "the last ocean" have been winning international laurels as pressure mounts on nations to protect the Ross Sea from commercial fishing.