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The project (developed in Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde and Sierra Leone) contributed to identifying the risks faced by the sea turtles as well as monitoring the species and defining new conse

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The project has improved the surveillance and monitoring capacity of IBAP (Institute of Biodiversity and Protected Areas) and enhanced the relationship between local populations, fishermen and the

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More than 4.5 million tons of tuna are caught each year as part of a $5 billion industry that is an economic lifeline for Pacific island countries. But for how much longer?

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About one billion people rely on seafood as a primary source of animal protein.

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The Dominican Republic is succeeding in eradicating lionfish from its waters by eating them...before they devour local species.

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Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are some of the countries on the frontline in the global fight against human-induced climate change.

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Short video on sea level rise and our responses to it, which include a wide variety of approaches, from elaborate and expensive seawalls to enhanced natural resilience, such as the restoration of m

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The use of fertilizers in agriculture has increased the productivity of our farms. However, this increase has come with a price.

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UNEP has partnered with syndicated cartoonist Jim Toomey to bring you this latest in a series of ocean videos, about climate change

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A segment of the video "Troubled Waters" from "Strange days on planet Earth" from NatGeo.

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18-year-old Boyan Slat combines environmentalism, entrepreneurism and technology to tackle global issues of sustainability.

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UNEP has partnered with syndicated cartoonist Jim Toomey to bring you this latest in a series of ocean videos, about litter in our ocean.

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