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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Recording resilience: Filmmaker shares Japan recovery experience
An Our World 2.0 filmmaker reflects on the recovery of tsunami-hit towns.
Can no-take fishery reserves help protect our oceans?
Fish stocks are being overfished and important habitats are being lost or degraded at an unprecedented rate.
The changing socio-ecology of Japan’s Ishikawa coast
The landscapes and livelihoods of this part of Japan are facing many threats, including ocean acidification.
Fish fresh off the hook from community-supported fishers
Amazingly, it’s hard to buy fresh local fish in the seaside city of Halifax. A new co-op is fixing that.
Discovering species in the mountains under the deep sea
Investigations by a multi-disciplinary team will form the scientific basis for management and conservation in the southern Indian Ocean.
Scaling up sustainable seafood
Good information on sustainable seafood choices is now available at your fingertips.
“Plenty of fish in the sea”
Ninety percent of the oceans' big fish are already gone and if commercial fishing trends continue, there will no longer be "plenty of fish in the sea".
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