Conservationists say measures to protect oceans are ‘about 100 years behind land conservation’

Long overshadowed by land conservation concerns, the condition of the world’s oceans is finally moving into the spotlight. At the World Conservation Congress in Hawaii in September the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) passed a motion calling for internationally binding legislation to safeguard the high seas,...

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