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Coral reefs, Capacity Building, Oceans | 29 June 2022

Webinar "From the seabed to the high seas: How international negotiations can save the ocean's future"

This event aims to present the general characteristics of ongoing international negotiations that seek to improve the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans and their resources.read more

Human Rights, Oceans | 17 June 2022

AIDA celebrates WTO agreement to curb harmful fisheries subsidies

The agreement is a "crucial step" for the sustainability of fishery resources in the short, medium and long term, as well as for ensuring food security and the livelihoods of coastal communities.read more

Human Rights, Oceans | 14 May 2022

Latin American fisheries are at risk

That’s why Latin American trade ministers must continue to push for the elimination of subsidies in distant waters, helping to ensure that fish from their waters primarily reach their vessels.read more

Human Rights, Oceans | 17 March 2022

In Chile, progress for indigenous participation in decisions affecting their territories

Chile’s Supreme Court ordered industrial salmon farmer Nova Austral to engage in public participation processes prior to authorizing the relocation of four farms into the Kawésqar National Reserve.read more

Human Rights, Oceans | 24 February 2022

Reaffirming the legitimate protection of the right to a healthy environment

We provided legal and technical evidence regarding the human right to a healthy environment and access to justice, enshrined in international law.read more

Human Rights, Oceans | 9 February 2022

Supreme Court orders protection of Veracruz's reefs and wetlands

Mexico’s high court unanimously ruled that authorities violated the right to a healthy environment by authorizing the expansion of the Port of Veracruz.read more

Mining, Oceans | 8 September 2021

Reaction: IUCN Congress votes yes to a moratorium on deep-sea mining

Scientists have warned that deep-sea mining will cause large-scale, irreversible biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation if permitted to occur.read more

Oceans | 16 August 2021

Our responsibility in the conservation of fisheries resources

The promotion and adoption of responsible fishing practices, from catch to consumption, is a joint effort in which consumers play a fundamental role.read more

Oceans | 15 July 2021

Member countries of the World Trade Organization must reach an agreement on fisheries subsidies

It is imperative that said agreement adopt solid rules, eliminate the possibility of creating legal loopholes, and seize the opportunity to establish ocean policies aimed at achieving greater sustainability.read more

Oceans | 29 April 2021

Towards an end to subsidies that promote overfishing

Overfishing is one of the main problems for the health of our ocean. And the provision of negative subsidies to the fishing sector is one of the...read more

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