When “sharks” protect fish
Everyone has heard the jokes about lawyers and sharks. But this month, lawyers became fishâ€™s best friends. In 2013, a West African fisheries commission asked the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea for clarity on four questions. These questions focused on the responsibilities of states that license fishing vessels and the recourse available […]Read more
FROM TIGERS TO MARINE CONSERVATION â€“ 10 Years On!
Will Maclennan, UK â€“ one of the four first volunteer interns selected for an assignment with WWFâ€™s Youth Volunteer Internship Programme when it was created in 2005â€¦ I got my degree in Zoology from the University of Aberdeen in June 2004 and since then I haveÂ notÂ looked back. Today I am aÂ senior marine environmental scientist at […]Read more
Drinking maqui juice and talking plantations
Long meetings and animated discussions are usually fuelled by coffee. But at the New Generation Plantations (NGP) annual meeting in Santiago, Chile, most of us were drinking maqui juice. Maqui berries grow wild in the forests of southern Chile. Theyâ€™re so rich in antioxidants that they make other superfoods look positively ordinary. And, mixed with […]Read more