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Collective Ocean Action
Collective Ocean Action
Solutions for the conservation and sustainable development of the oceans are urgently required
No single nation has the capacity
No single nation has the capacity
'The oceans are a global savings account from which we keep making only withdrawals'
Big thinking, big science
Big thinking, big science
Millions depend on the Western Indian Ocean, but it is warming fast
Combatting fisheries organised crime
Combatting fisheries organised crime
It should be addressed under the Prevention of Organised Crime Act, with severe penalties of 25 years to life
Indian Ocean Africa
Indian Ocean Africa
To understand the oceans, you must understand the people who live next to them
World's most advanced ocean research vessel
World's most advanced ocean research vessel
The state-of-the-art vessel will accommodate 60 scientists and 30 crew
New marine robotics unit
New marine robotics unit
'We need to develop innovative ways to assist robotic platforms to navigate in unknown and difficult regional ocean environments'
Fish species overexploited or collapsed
Fish species overexploited or collapsed
No-take zones in estuaries may be the solution
Sewage and contaminants in Cape Town sea
Sewage and contaminants in Cape Town sea
Wastewater contains many dangerous contaminants, which are now being measure
Maritime engineering and naval architecture
Maritime engineering and naval architecture
New degree in Engineering Technology in Marine Engineering
Vehicle tyre particles a major marine polluter
Vehicle tyre particles a major marine polluter
Every set of tyres releases 6kg of toxic plastic into the environment

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