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The Seal of Excellence is a quality distinction granted by the European Innovation Council to innovative and promising proposals deserving funding from alternative sources (public or private), i.e., national, regional, European, or international…
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The nominees of the 2024 Future For Nature Award have been selected by the National Selection Committee of Future For Nature Foundation (FFN), an organization based in the Netherlands that supports young, talented, and ambitious nature…
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The value of traceability in fisheries not only generates transparency but also the sustainability of the resource. Today, 'TrazApp' aims to reach more fishing communities throughout Peru.
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Fisheries biologist and marine conservationist Aylin Ulman introduces globally for the fist time invasive pufferfish leather (PFL) - derived products!
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"Dhumashi," the traditional fish rack, symbolizes the Maldives' rich fishing heritage. Now, it's also the name of an e-commerce platform that's empowering women fishers and revolutionizing the industry. Developed by the International Pole and Line…
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In a stride towards gender equality and sustainable fisheries, the International Pole and Line Foundation (IPNLF) has launched "eDhumashi" – an e-commerce platform aimed at uplifting women engaged in the country's fisheries industry. This cutting-…
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Negotiators gathered for their third of five meetings to craft an international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, responding to the Zero Draft and considering possible provisions related to principles, definitions, and scope.
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The world needs a “strong, ambitious and just” treaty to cut down on the mass-produced plastics which are helping fuel the climate crisis, said the head of the UN-backed secretariat steering international negotiations towards a binding agreement to…
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The Cape Eleuthera Institute (CEI) is embarking on first-of-its-kind research of Caribbean spiny lobster that could revolutionize the breeding, raising, and harvesting of the species, and lead to the sustainable replenishment and consumption of the…
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The time for trade-offs is over – pitting people against the planet is dangerous and not how we will thrive, argue Francine Pickup and Astrid Schomaker.
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In recent months, much of the world has suffered under scorching heatwaves – searing temperatures that aren’t just felt on land; they are having a profound effect on the 70 percent of our Earth’s surface that remains hidden for many: our oceans.…
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A new library connects individual policies to studies of their effectiveness, while a pair of publications explore overarching trends and gender considerations in the policy landscape.