While China's ban on the ivory trade represents a huge step forward for a country that only recently called ivory carving part of its intangible cultural heritage, it's simply not enough to turn Beijing into the responsible international actor it claims to be.
Maritime security is a priority for the Indian Ocean Rim Association, currently the main regional organisation for economic
The sooner we change the way we treat our Blue Planet the greater chance we have to safeguard key habitats and species, along
For some of the world's most audacious thieves, life just got trickier.
Hennie van As, Professor in Public Law and Director of the Centre for Law in Action in the Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela
The European Union, United States and 28 other countries have ratified and brought into force the first global treaty that aims to put an end to illegal fishing and enforce a previous United Nations agreement.
According to Western sources in Beijing on Sunday, Chinese fishing boats continue to poach in foreign waters including Korea's
Many progressive chefs and campus dining programs around the country have caught on to the fact that "underloved" wild domestic
The demand for illegal fish bladders is driving the vaquita's demise.
Another third party provider, called ThisFish, also helps fishermen provide more information to their customers. Duncan Cameron