A report has found that the condition of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has deteriorated since its last evaluation by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in 2014. The causes cited for this include climate change, overfishing and coral bleaching events. Experts believe its condition can be improved if strong local and global actions are taken. The reef’s status as a UNESCO World Heritage listing is at risk considering this outlook.
Certain types of tuna, salmon and cod are overfished and not sustainable. Here's a list of bycatch and less popular fish you should eat instead.
China’s annual catch is estimated at some 15 million tons.
Our agricultural runoff, oil rigs, plastic, fish-glut, and noises are killing the ocean.
Better traceability in a notoriously opaque seafood industry could save our oceans, experts say.
At Oceana, we fight for national policies in key countries around the world. We win key victories for the oceans that stop overfishing, reduce bycatch, limit pollution, preserve habitat and protect wildlife.