Destructive fishing methods and the effects of climate change could permanently damage the environment in Solomon Islands, and laws against it need to be supported with education and awareness: George Maelagi
Cook Islands government will ensure to protect the marine environment despite passing the seabed minerals amendment bill
The 2025 Pledge towards Sustainable Tuna (25PST) aims a new global commitment supporting responsible global tuna fisheries management and harvesting
Millions of dollars in goods and hundreds of lives are still lost at sea each year, due to extreme weather conditions
Solomon Islands communities raise concerns about improper management of the marine ecosystem.
“Inadequate policy and insufficient efforts to safeguard the ocean’s natural capital have fallen short.”- Ingrid van Wees and John Tanzer