Ocean Action Hub
Ireland

To protect, conserve and restore Ireland’s unique marine environment. To build a movement of ocean stewardship across Ireland.

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Cape Verde

Phos-Value is an innovative project promoted by AquaInSilico, a Portuguese startup.

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Oceans play a crucial role in the sustainability of human life on earth by providing provisioning, regulating, supporting and cultural services.

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Philippines

This programme will contribute to the effective management and the financial sustainability of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the Philippines.Our approach relies on developing well-managed and su

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Australia

Today, 20 March 2022, the Minister for the Environment, Sussan Ley announced that the declaration of marine parks in Australia’s Indian Ocean Territories by the Governor-General.

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Malaysia

Iskandar Regional Development Authority's (IRDA) mandate is to plan, promote, and facilitate the development of the Iskandar Malaysia (IM) economic corridor.

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Ecuador

Marine conservation endowment matching gift challenge launched

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France

A law banning plastic packaging for large numbers of fruits and vegetables comes into force in France on New Year’s Day, to end what the government has called the “aberration” of overwrapped carrots, apples and bananas, as environmental campaigners and exasperated shoppers urge other countries to do the same.

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Fiji

Fiji and Fijians have a long and close relationship with the sea for food, livelihoods, including tourism, and cultural tradition.

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We committed to hunt for ghost nets or any industrial and/or fishing related industry trash around Borneo especially the countries facing South China Sea such as, Sarawak and Sabah of Malaysia and

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India
Fishermen along India’s western coast are now using square mesh nets and practicing sustainable marine fishing. It is earning them higher incomes, protecting marine biodiversity and paving the way for policy change in one of the country’s most important fishing coastlines.
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Mauritius

The main aim of Dr Roshan Ramessur (Associate Professsor in Coastal Sciences) Research team's at the University of Mauritius is to investigate ocean acidification in Mauritius and East Africa taki

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