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New York, 19 June – Today, in New York, the United Nations adopted a historic agreement aiming to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction which cover over two-thirds of the ocean.
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The UN’s 193 Member States adopted a landmark legally binding marine biodiversity agreement on Monday following nearly two decades of fierce negotiations over forging a common wave of conservation and sustainability in the high seas beyond national…
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In 2022, UNDP Ocean Innovation Challenge (OIC) innovators have seen significant progress in their work and gained global exposure in demonstrating their transformative, replicable and scalable innovations.
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Panama City, 5 March 2023 – The eighth Our Ocean Conference concluded in Panama City with 341 new commitments worth more than 19.9 billion dollars to protect the ocean, strengthening Panama’s globally recognised leadership as a “Blue Leader”. Acting…
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Secretary-General António Guterres has congratulated UN member countries for finalizing a text to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction, calling it a “breakthrough” after…
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2 February 2023 – Our latest report, Tackling Microfibres at Source: Investigating opportunities to reduce microfibre pollution from the fashion industry through textile design and manufacturing innovation, presents findings from our 21-month long…
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Following is UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ remarks to the Ocean Race Summit, in Cabo Verde ....
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., December 5, 2022 – Produced by MIT Technology Review Insights in association with Morgan Stanley, the Blue Technology Barometer 2022/23 (BTB) is the second annual comparative ranking of 66 countries and territories on the progress…
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The UN’s key biodiversity conference, COP15, began on Tuesday in Montreal, Canada, where negotiators will set new targets and goals aimed at arresting the alarming destruction of nature, due by human activity.
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Accelerating action for the blue economy in Fiji
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The research was conducted by scientists at the University working with the charity eXXpedition
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When you think of plastic pollution, you may think of plastic bags strangling sea animals or bottles littering the landscape. But the impacts of plastic pollution go far beyond the finished product and start with how plastics are made.