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A Global Ban on Fishing on the High Seas? The Time Is Now Yale 360 Daniel Pauly September 27
Shark Fins Need To Be Struck Off The Menu, Scientists Say Asian Scientist Daniel Pauly September 21
Appetite for Shark Fin Drives Threatened Shark Population Decline, New Report Taiwan News Daniel Pauly September 19
Wider die Tragödie der Hochsee KlimaReporter Daniel Pauly September 19
Managing the ocean CBC Radio - The Broadcast with Jane Adey Rashid Sumaila September 18
Fishing Ban Possible in International Waters to Save Biodiversity The Green Optimist Daniel Pauly September 18
Where battle to curb shark fin consumption is being won and lost, and why trade has to stop – new research South China Morning Post Daniel Pauly September 17
Could A Ban On Fishing In International Waters Become A Reality? NPR Daniel Pauly September 14
Hong Kong and Vancouver researchers argue shark-fin soup must be abandoned to prevent shark extinction Georgia Straight Daniel Pauly September 13
Appetite for shark fin soup serious risk to threatened sharks Science Daily Daniel Pauly September 13
Out of control means off the menu Phys.org Daniel Pauly September 13
Forget environmental doom and gloom – young people draw alternative visions of nature’s future The Conversation UK Daniel Pauly September 12
Un comité scientifique pour le Parc naturel de la mer de Corail Nouvelle Caledonie Presse Daniel Pauly September 12
Warming Seas, Falling Fortunes: Stories of Fishermen on the Front Lines of Climate Change Center for American Progress Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly, William Cheung September 10
Fishing on the Open Ocean Is Rarely Profitable, and Comes with a Huge List of Environmental Issues Vue Weekly Rashid Sumaila September 6
Sea lions and orcas battle it out in Puget Sound Crosscut Andrew Trites September 6
Are There Too Many Harbor Seals in British Columbia? Hakai Magazine Andrew Trites September 4
“Al ritmo actual, no habrá pescado para todos” El Pais Daniel Pauly September 3
Ecologistas celebran fallo judicial sobre oleoducto en Canadá Presna Latina Andrew Trites September 3
Les vertus génétiques du monde marin convoitées Ouest France Colette Wabnitz September 3
High seas need to get fishy again Daily Pioneer Rashid Sumaila September 3
The rule of law on the high seas Cyprus Mail Rashid Sumaila September 2
Court’s pipeline decision underscores plight of whales Globe and Mail Andrew Trites September 2
Wait, So How Much of the Ocean Is Actually Fished? The Atlantic Rashid Sumaila August 31
Négociations à l’ONU pour protéger la haute mer Le Monde Rashid Sumaila August 30
Dyer: Treaty to regulate fishing on high seas laudable The Province Rashid Sumaila August 30
DYER: Establishing the rules on the high seas Merritt Herald Rashid Sumaila August 29
Comment savoir quel poisson on achète? Radio Canada Daniel Pauly August 29
Hora de dar adeus aos oceanos? (1) Outrapalavras Daniel Pauly August 28
How the U.N. should regulate high-seas fishing Japan Times Rashid Sumaila August 28
El drama de la pesca en España: cada se vez se van más lejos y pescan menos Esdiario Daniel Pauly August 28
Interspecies rivalry: Dolphins defend imperiled humpback whale calf Newsweek Andrew Trites August 23
The South China Sea’s Marine Environment in Decline Amid Territorial Spats Radio Free Asia Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung, Sea Around Us August 23
Οι ωκεανοί χρειάζονται μιαν ανάσα Efsyn Sea Around Us August 20
In defense of using “the new normal” to describe climate change Salon Daniel Pauly August 18
How Jellyfish Rule the Seas Without a Brain National Geographic Lucas Brotz August 17
Reducing Plastic Pollution Isn’t Enough to Save the Ocean News Deeply Sea Around Us August 17
Could the High Seas Be Closed to Fishing? News Deeply Sea Around Us August 15
Surfrider Foundation's Vancouver chapter to hold shoreline cleanup at Jericho Beach Georgia Straight research by: Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 15
Die herzzerreißende Notlage der vom Aussterben bedrohten Orcas im pazifischen Nordwesten TEKK Stephen Raverty August 14
The Battle for Oceania: A Billionaire Donor Gives to Save the Seas Down Under Inside Philanthropy Sea Around Us August 13
The heartbreaking plight of the critically endangered orcas in the Pacific Northwest Info Surhoy Stephen Raverty August 12
Plight of the critically endangered orcas in the Pacific Northwest: Pod that includes grieving mother whale and starving 3-year-old calf has faced YEARS of hardship due to food scarcity and human activity Daily Mail Stephen Raverty August 10
Are Wealthy Nations Hoarding the World's Fish Supply? Pacific Standard Rashid Sumaila August 9
Daphne Bramham: Rewriting the book on killer whales ... again Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites August 8
Industrial fishing fleets traveling farther to reel in fewer fish Mongabay Daniel Pauly, Sea Around Us August 8
In defense of using ‘the new normal’ to describe climate change Grist Daniel Pauly August 6
Las flotas recorren el doble de distancia que hace 65 años para capturar casi cuatro veces menos de pescado ABC Es Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us August 6
Rising water temperatures have sharks moving north away from Florida WPLG Local 10 William Cheung August 5
Pêche en haute mer : des distances deux fois plus grandes pour trois fois moins de poissons Radio Canada Sea Around Us, Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller August 5
Scientists struggle to measure change in the natural world Press Herald Daniel Pauly August 5
Fishing fleets traveling more but catching less Market Business News Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us August 4
Sharks are changing where they swim, breed and hunt along American coasts, say experts ABC News William Cheung August 4
Rich and Poor Divide: Which Nations Benefit From Global Fishing? News Deeply Rashid Sumaila August 3
UBC study says cigarettes make up 50% of waste on BC shorelines Daily Hive Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 3
An orca has been carrying her dead calf for 10 days. What does this mean? Salon John Ford August 3
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts, researchers Times Colonist Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Hunters demand quota to cull thousands of seals to save salmon population along B.C.’s coast The Star Vancouver Andrew Trites August 2
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts: researchers CTV News Cassandra Kocnecny, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Orca’s Death Vigil Shows Complexity of Killer Whale Emotions National Geographic John Ford August 2
Les mégots, principaux déchets sur le littoral englobant Vancouver et Victoria Radio Canada Cassandra Kocnecny, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts: researchers Calgary Herald Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts: researchers News 1130 Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Cigarette butts make up half of plastic waste found on Victoria and Vancouver shorelines: UBC study CHEK News Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts, researchers say Star Vancouver Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Vancouver, Victoria shorelines littered with cigarette butts, researchers say Vancouver Courier Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
UBC study: half of the garbage on Vancouver’s shorelines is cigarettes Vancouver Is Awesome Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Smokers outed: cigarette waste accounts for 50 percent of trash on southern B.C. shorelines Georgia Straight Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Meet Erina Pauline Molina, a young Filipina exploring new ways to save our oceans GMA Network Daniel Pauly August 2
Shores littered with butts Castanet Cassandra Kocnecny, Santiago de la Puente, Vanessa Fladmark August 2
Economía.- Industria pesquera recorre el doble de distancia que hace 65 años para capturar casi 4 veces menos de pescado Bolsamania Daniel Pauly August 2
Industrial fleets travel further but catch fewer fish FIS Daniel Pauly August 2
Forrest’s $100m marine lifeline The Australian Daniel Pauly August 2
The 'shifting baseline' of New Zealand's whitebait fishery Stuff NZ Daniel Pauly August 1
Fishing fleets travelling further to catch fewer fish Indo Canada Voice Sea Around Us, Daniel Pauly August 1
Twiggy Forrest joins fight to save our oceans with $100 million pledge Brisbane Times Sea Around Us, Daniel Pauly July 31
Les vertus génétiques du monde marin convoitées Ouest-France Colette Wabnitz July 30
Beached dolphin dies despite rescue efforts News 1130 Andrew Trites July 28
Exotic dolphin died from 'unusual' stranding on Vancouver beach despite rescue effort National Post Andrew Trites July 28
Un dauphin s'échoue et meurt en Colombie-Britannique Radio Canada Andrew Trites July 28
Warm-water dolphin dies in Tofino, B.C., in 'unusual' stranding CBC News Andrew Trites July 28
Un dauphin exotique s'échoue et meurt près de Tofino La Presse Andrew Trites July 27
'Unusual stranding': dolphin dies despite heroic efforts by Vancouver rescue teams Vancouver Courier Andrew Trites July 28
Subtropical dolphin dies after becoming stranded on Vancouver Island beach CTV News Andrew Trites July 27
Exotic dolphin stranded on Vancouver Island beach dies despite rescue effort CTV News Andrew Trites July 27
In Flux: Pondering Penobscot Bay’s Future Free Press Online Daniel Pauly July 26
5 Filipino marine scientists who are saving our seas CNN Philippines Deng Palomares July 24
Fishing Frontlines: A Sea Change for Southeast Asia Fish Exports GeoPolitical Monitor Daniel Pauly, Lydia Teh July 24
L’expérience " tout à fait française " d’Amanda Vincent Midi Libre Amanda Vincent July 24
Sostenibilidad: 35% del pescado nunca es comido; se va a la basura America Retail Daniel Pauly July 23
Detecting Pregnancy by Proxy Hakai Magazine Andrew Trites July 20
Scientist Sees Harmful Fisheries Subsidies Taking Toll on Global Fish Stocks Pew Trusts Rashid Sumaila July 19
La sovrapesca porta i mari al collasso: cosa possiamo fare? Rivista Natura Sea Around Us, Daniel Pauly July 19
How many hippos are too many? Proposed cull raises questions The Guardian Daniel Pauly July 19
Ένα στα τρία ψάρια τα οποία αλιεύονται δεν φτάνει ποτέ στο τραπέζι μας! Ekriti Daniel Pauly July 18
Lost at Sea: Why the Birds You Don’t See Are Fading Away National Geographic Sea Around Us July
New 200m rule might not help save endangered killer whales Yahoo! Canada Andrew Trites July 12
Sharks honoured on new Canadian postage stamps Toronto Star Madeline Cashion, William Cheung July 12
Pemborosan, 35 Persen Ikan yang Ditangkap Terbuang Sia-sia Kompas Daniel Pauly July 12
Did You Know? Over One-Third Of Fish Caught Never Make It To The Plate Global Animal Daniel Pauly July 12
Study: Do Coral Reef Reserves Protect Ocean Life? Yes, But…. News Deeply Daniel Pauly July 11
New 200m rule for whale watching boats CBC BC Today Andrew Trites July 11
New 200m rule might not help save endangered killer whales CBC News Andrew Trites July 11
Wild in the Squamish sea Squamish Chief Andrew Trites July 10
35 Prozent Fisch gefangen für Nahrung wird nie gegessen TEKK Daniel Pauly July 9
Ένα στα τρία ψάρια που αλιεύονται δεν φτάνει στο τραπέζι μας Aftodioikisi Daniel Pauly July 9
35 percent of fish caught for food is never eaten Newsweek Daniel Pauly July 9
One in three fish caught never makes it to the plate – UN report The Guardian Daniel Pauly July 9
Exploding Salish Sea seal population sparks call for a cull Vancouver Province Ben Nelson July 7
Thau : pourquoi il faut protéger l’hippocampe, star de la Méditerranée Midi Libre Amanda Vincent July 4
Accidental Habitat or Nature’s Ghosts? Coastal Review Daniel Pauly June 29
UBC studies Falklands penguins Global News Sarah Dier-McComb, Marie Auger-Méthé June 28
«Je propose de transformer la haute mer en banque à poissons» Le Temps Rashid Sumaila June 28
UBC is tracking data for penguins to teach us ways to preserve their habitat Toronto Star Sarah Dier-McComb, Marie Auger-Méthé June 27
Vancouver Aquarium invites you to meet walruses Lakina and Balzak Vancouver Sun David Rosen June 27
The Vancouver Aquarium invites the public to watch its walrus research project in real time Toronto Star David Rosen June 27
You can now see ‘charismatic’ young walruses in action at the Vancouver Aquarium Global News David Rosen June 27
'Different perspective': VanAqua unveils new research exhibit featuring walruses News 1130 David Rosen June 27
'Fish Wars' Loom as Climate Change Warms Waters Truth Dig William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau June 25
Seis países lideran la pesca ilegal en alta mar, revelan El Universal Sea Around Us June 23
Seis países dominan la pesca ilegal en el mundo ADN 40 Sea Around Us June 23
Fisheries management systems should reflect the realities of climate change FIS William Cheung June 21
Stock ittici: si spostano più veloci delle normative per la loro allocazione Regionie Ambiente William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau June 19
El cambio climático ha aumentado los conflictos pesqueros entre los países Diario Financiero William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau June 18
El cambio climático acrecienta los conflictos entre países por la pesca Eco Diairio William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau June 17
Third of Gulf's marine life could be extinct by 2090, study finds The National (UAE) Colette Wabnitz, William Cheung June 17
El cambio climático fomenta los conflictos entre países por la pesca Diario Siglo XXI William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau June 15
Patente auf Pottwal und Plankton Bergedorfer Zeitung Colette Wabnitz June 15
https://warta.sumedang.info/tekno/92086-drone-siap-tanggulangi-penangkapan-ikan-ilegal/ Sumedang Media Sea Around Us June 15
'Fish Fights' Could Erupt as Climate Change Drives Species Across Borders Ecowatch Gabriel Reygondeau, William Cheung June 15
Research: Researchers say out-of-date regulatory system hasn’t kept up with the realities of global warming — (science) Tunisie Soir Gabriel Reygondeau, William Cheung June 15
Chi è il padrone della biodiversità marina? Quasi la metà dei brevetti sui geni appartiene alla Basf Green Report (IT) Colette Wabnitz June 14
Climate change has fish moving faster than regulations can keep up Science Daily Gabriel Reygondeau, William Cheung June 14
One company has the majority of patents on sea creature genes Quartz Colette Wabnitz June 14
Climat: les poissons migrent, les tensions montent entre pays pêcheurs Le Monde Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program June 14
Climate change is moving fish around faster than laws can handle, study says SF Gate Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program June 14
Climate change is moving fish around faster than laws can handle, study says Washington Post Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program June 14
Climate Change Means Fish Are Moving Faster Than Fishing Rules, Rutgers-led Study Says NewsWise Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program June 14
Climate Change Is Already Sparking A New Era Of Fishing Wars, Study Finds Huffington Post Nippon Foundation-UBC Nereus Program June 14
Nearly Half the Patents on Marine Genes Belong to Just One Company Smithsonian Colette Wabnitz June 13
Controversy sparked over chinook salmon closures Business in Vancouver Andrew Trites June 12
Government subsidies play key role in profitability of high sea fishing UWA Science Matters Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 11
Who Owns the Ocean? One Company Has Registered Half of All Marine Gene Patents Technology Networks Colette Wabnitz June 11
Renommierter Meeresbiologe referiert im Tiergarten Online Focus Daniel Pauly June 11
La multinacional BASF posee el 47% de las patentes mundiales de ADN de vida marina La Vanguardia Colette Wabnitz June 11
Corporate control of marine biodiversity Radio Canada International Colette Wabnitz June 12
North Coast Brewing Celebrates World Ocean Day with Steller IPA Full Pint Andrew Trites June 8
Estudio científico revela que la mayoría de la pesca en alta mar no sería rentable sin subsidios gubernamentales El Mostrador Sea Around Us June 8
La Terra senza di noi Internazionale Daniel Pauly June 8
¿Sabías que el 47% de patentes genéticas marinas, están en manos de una sola empresa? Periodista Digital Colette Wabnitz June 8
Half of all patents in the world for genes of marine species owned by one corporation: study Toronto Star Vancouver Colette Wabnitz June 8
Government subsidies serving to prop up destructive high-seas fishing: study Mongabay Sea Around Us June 8
Stop net losses: China urged to cut huge subsidies for unprofitable trawler fleets to curb overfishing and save oceans South China Morning Post Sea Around Us June 7
Comment la France pourrait devenir un leader mondial de la protection des océans Huffington Post France Daniel Pauly June 7
El 47% de patentes genéticas marinas, en manos de una sola empresa Europa Press Colette Wabnitz June 7
One Corporation Holds Most of Ocean’s Genetic Patents AAAS Colette Wabnitz June 6
Why the ‘Obsession’ with Urban Biodiversity Could Be a Fatal Distraction Link TV Daniel Pauly June 6
¿QUIÉN ES EL DUEÑO DE LA BIODIVERSIDAD MARINA? Quo Colette Wabnitz June 6
Patenting marine genetic resources: Who owns ocean biodiversity? Science Daily Colette Wabnitz June 6
More than half of industrial fisheries aren’t turning a profit: study Toronto Star Vancouver Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila, Sea Around Us June 6
Blue Rush: One Company Leads the Race to Own Marine Genetic Sequences The Scientist Colette Wabnitz, Curtis Suttle June 6
High Seas Fishing Isn’t Just Destructive — It’s Unprofitable National Geographic Rashid Sumaila, Sea Around Us June 6
Mais de metade da pesca em alto mar vive de subsídios CM Jornal Sea Around Us June 6
Lo spreco di pesce è una questione ambientale, economica e alimentare. Il sistema pesca in perdita se non fosse per i sussidi pubblici Il Fatto Alimentare Sea Around Us June 6
Revelan que países explotan más las aguas internacionales El Diario Sea Around Us June 6
High seas fishing would go broke without 'massive' subsidies: study Sierra Sea Around Us June 6
High seas fishing would go broke without 'massive' subsidies: study MENAFN Sea Around Us June 6
High seas fishing would go broke without 'massive' subsidies: study Sierra Sea Around Us June 6
Half of all patents for genes from marine species owned by one company The Independent Colette Wabnitz June 6
High Seas Fishing As Economically Unsustainable As It Is Ecologically Sierra Sea Around Us June 6
The genes of many marine creatures are patented—and one company owns half of them Popular Science Colette Wabnitz June 6
Quase metade das patentes de material genético de espécies marinhas são de uma única empresa Sapo 24 Colette Wabnitz June 6
Blue Rush: One Company Leads the Race to Own Marine Genetic Sequences The Scientist Colette Wabnitz, Curtis Suttle June 6
'All of that species is coated with poison' Oregon Business research by Villy Christensen cited June 4
Viren auf Weltreise Berner Zeitung Curtis Suttle June 4
Cambodia volunteers step up battle against illegal fishing Nikkei Asian Review Amanda Vincent June 2
‘If you put this to a climate test, it would fail,’ expert says of pipeline, increased oil sands production Star Vancouver Simon Donner May 31
Cientos de millones de virus caen constantemente desde el cielo Enterate Curtis Suttle May 29
Trudeau government will buy Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline system Georgia Straight Simon Donner May 29
B.C. marine mammal expert says moving killer whale from Miami a death sentence CBC News Andrew Trites May 28
Ecologistas urgen al comisario de Pesca a acabar con la sobrepesca antes de 2020 La Opinion Coruna Rashid Sumaila May 26
Scientists make few gains on federal environment bill Globe and Mail Kai Chan May 25
Why Wild Seafood’s Carbon Footprint Is Growing – and How to Reduce It News Deeply Robert Parker May 25
EU fisheries commissioner urged to ‘seize the moment’ to end overfishing Undercurrent news Rashid Sumaila May 24
Nueve medioambientalistas instan a Karmenu Vella a poner "la casa en orden" Industrias pesqueras Rashid Sumaila May 24
Karmenu Vella recebe apelo para terminar com a sobrepesca na Europa Jornal da Economia do Mar Rashid Sumaila May 24
Nine ocean leaders urge for an end to EU overfishing Safety 4 Sea Rashid Sumaila May 23
Global ocean leaders urge Commissioner Karmenu Vella to end EU overfishing The Shift News Rashid Sumaila May 23
Global Ocean Leaders Urge Commissioner Vella To End EU Overfishing ESM Magazine Rashid Sumaila May 23
Canadians see value in zoos, aquariums, but voice support for banning whales and dolphins in captivity Angus Reid Institute Andrew Trites May 22
Flooding in B.C. won't help Alberta's case for Kinder Morgan Rabble.ca Simon Donner May 20
Study: $560 Billion Wasted by Bottom Trawling Maritime Executive Tim Cashion, Deng Palomares May 18
Bottom trawlers toss tons of fish overboard Cordova Times Tim Cashion, Deng Palomares May 18
Washington state finds virus in Cooke Atlantic salmon, plans expanded testing Seattle Times research by Curtis Suttle referenced May 18
It pays to invest in biodiversity National Post Rashid Sumaila May 18
It pays to invest in biodiversity The Conversation Rashid Sumaila May 17
Billions in revenue lost globally for bottom trawling fisheries: new study Vancouver Sun Tim Cashion, Deng Palomres May 16
Over 400m tonnes of fish wasted due to bottom trawling FIS Tim Cashion, Deng Palomares May 16
Fish Species Forecast to Migrate Hundreds of Miles Northward as U.S. Waters Warm Inside Climate News Vicky Lam May 16
Seal, sea lion cull called for at Nanaimo workshop CHEK News Andrew Trites May 16
Million of tonnes of fish, $560B wasted due to destructive fishing: report News 1130 Tim Cashion, Deng Palomres May 15
Feature: Insurance turns to coral reefs and mangroves as ocean risks surge Reuters Rashid Sumaila May 14
When Big Data meets overfishing Reuters Sea Around Us May 11
Mother of cod: We’re fishing exactly the wrong fish, scientists warn Washington Post Tony Pitcher May 10
Should nations close the high seas to fishing? Quartz Rashid Sumaila May 9
The Future of Food: Fish Not Fowl Best for Planet, Scientists Say News Deeply Daniel Pauly May 9
She wasn’t an environmental expert, but now she has a ‘Green Nobel’ Christian Science Monitor Daniel Pauly May 7
„Überfischung und Delfinsterben“ – ARD deckt Schwächen des MSC-Siegels auf, doch Iglo und Dr. Oetker halten dem Siegel die Treue Absatzwirtschaft Daniel Pauly May 7
Daniel Pauly: “Los recursos vivos son más valiosos que el cobre” La Republica Daniel Pauly May 7
With warmer water, fish need more oxygen than their gills can supply’ Sentinel Source Willliam Cheung, Daniel Pauly May 6
Is The Virus Real On 'The Rain'? The Netflix Series Depicts An Extreme Scenario Romper.com Curtis Suttle May 4
We'll Need A New Kind Of Umbrella For This Nevada Appeal Curtis Suttle May 3
Should nations close the high seas to fishing? Rethink Rashid Sumaila May 3
Climate change could deplete fish stocks without better data, international agreements, researchers say Toronto Star William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila April 30
Warm water could mean less oxygen, smaller fish Panama City News Herald William Cheung, Daniel Pauly April 28
A ciência por trás do vírus que cai do céu ESTADAO Simon Donner April 27
The military paid for study on sea level rise, results were scary Washington Post Simon Donner April 26
Every Day, Tons Of Viruses Are Swept Into The Sky And Fall Back Down To Earth NPR Curtis Suttle April 26
We have too many jellyfish, so scientists want to cover them in chocolate Popular Science Lucas Brotz April 25
Tausende Delfine sterben für MSC-Fisch NAU Daniel Pauly April 25
Cientistas alertam que aquecimento global vai deixar peixes nanicos Gazeta do Povo William Cheung, Daniel Pauly April 25
ARD-Doku warnt: Verlassen Sie sich beim Fischkauf nicht auf das blaue MSC-Siegel Focus Online Daniel Pauly April 24
“Malos y feos”, subsidios a pesca Cuarto Poder Rashid Sumaila April 23
Beberapa Terumbu Karang Kuat Hadapi Gelombang Panas Republika William Cheung April 23
For 50 Years, Deep-Water Trawls Likely Caught More Fish Than Anyone Thought NPR Maria (Deng) Palomares April 23
Heat waves are roasting reefs, but some corals may be resilient Science News William Cheung April 20
News at a glance: Deep-sea catches undercounted Science Sea Around Us April 20
Daniel Pauly, el científico que investiga los mares para ayudar a las personas Mongabay Latin America Daniel Pauly April 19
”Malos y feos”, subsidios a pesca por 3 mil mdp El Universal Rashid Sumaila April 18
Des milliards de virus tombent du ciel chaque jour Les In Rocks Curtis Suttle April 18
A stratospheric calling to document viruses and how they affect humans Business Times Curtis Suttle April 18
‘Boom and bust’ cycle of deep-sea trawling unsustainable, study finds Mongabay Sea Around Us April 18
Los datos de la pesca de arrastre son mayores de lo que se creía Gastronomiaycia Republica Sea Around Us April 16
Chocolate-covered jellyfish, anyone? Science Line Lucas Brotz April 16
Bottom trawling captures prove 42pct higher than informed, new study FIS Deng Palomares, Sea Around Us April 14
Un estudio afirma que las redes de arrastre han extraído 25 millones de toneladas de peces de aguas profundas en 60 años La Vanguardia Deng Palomares, Sea Around Us April 14
Trillions Upon Trillions of Viruses Fall From the Sky Each Day New York Times Curtis Suttle April 13
Un nuevo estudio revela subregistro masivo de las capturas de peces de aguas profundas Rebelion Sea Around Us April 12
Redes que arrasan el fondo marino EcoAvant Deng Palomares, Sea Around Us April 12
Bloom claims study reveals ‘massive under-reporting’ of deep-sea fish catches UndercurrentNews Sea Around Us April 12
Desfase entre la pesca real y declarada de arrastre profundo Efe Agro Sea Around Us April 12
Study finds UN underestimated deep-sea fishing by as much as 42 per cent New Food Magazine Sea Around Us April 12
Bottom trawling causes deep-sea fish populations collapse Phys.org Deng Palomares April 12
Un estudio afirma que las redes de arrastre han extraído 25 millones de toneladas de peces de aguas profundas en 60 años TeleCinco Deng Palomares April 11
Massive underreporting of deep-sea fish catch revealed in new study/ University of Hawai'i News Deng Palomares April 11
Oysters and illness: Research suggests potential for norovirus early warning system CBC News Curtis Suttle April 11
Declining fish populations and policies that favor large operations threaten small fisheries Science Daniel Pauly April 9
UBC researcher finds most fish has a lower carbon footprint than meat, but not all Vancouver Sun Robert Parker April 6
Fisheries emissions rising despite recent efforts, UBC study shows Yahoo News Robert Parker April 5
Seafood greenhouse gas emissions have spiked due to demand for lobsters and shrimp The Independent Robert Parker April 5
Fisheries emissions rising despite recent efforts, UBC study shows CBC News Robert Parker April 5
Carbon emissions related to fisheries jump Truro Daily News Robert Parker April 4
Los virus caen del cielo Tiempo Curtis Suttle April 4
Carbon Emissions: Beef, Lamb, Lobster or Fish? Maritime Executive Robert Parker April 3
Our growing taste for shrimp is bad news for climate change Science Magazine Robert Parker April 2
Seafood greenhouse gas emissions have spiked due to demand for lobsters and shrimp The Independent Robert Parker April 5
Bodo saltans Virus: Researchers Find Microzooplankton-Infecting Giant Virus Sci News Curtis Suttle April 2
WWF: Sustainable-Seafood Label MSC Needs Reform The Maritime Executive Daniel Pauly March 30
‘Annihilation trawling’: Q&A with marine biologist Amanda Vincent Mongabay Amanda Vincent March 28
UBC graduate students want to see an end to reduce plastic use on campus CBC Early Edition Kaleigh Davis, Fiona Beaty, Ocean Leaders March 25
Reefs protect Caribbean fish from climate change Caribbean Life Ravi Maharaj, William Cheung March 25
UBC grad students make pitch for a plastic-free campus CBC News Kaleigh Davis, Fiona Beaty, Ocean Leaders March 19
Quarter of fishing in the Philippines relies on illegal methods Undercurrent News Jennifer Selgrath March 19
When love to eat seafood far exceeds care Daily Express Malay Daniel Pauly March 18
Philippines: Coral Reefs Suffering Despite Outlawing Damaging Fishing Practices Eurasia Review Jennifer Selgrath March 18
New research finds reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change Jamaica Observer Ravi Maharaj, William Cheung March 18
Reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change Science Daily Ravi Maharaj, William Cheung March 16
Reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change Phys.org Ravi Maharaj, William Cheung March 16
Coral reefs suffering in Philippines despite outlawing damaging fishing practices Science Daily Jennifer Selgrath March 16
Coral reefs suffering in Philippines despite outlawing damaging fishing practices Phys.org Jennifer Selgrath March 16
Federal whale protection plan Radio Canada - Boulevard du Pacifique Andrew Trites March 15
Canada Pledges $12 Million to Research Endangered Killer Whales, But Critics Say Urgent Action Still Needed Desmog Canada Andrew Trites March 15
As Alaskan Waters Warm, Market Squid Extend Their Reach Northward Undark Daniel Pauly, William Cheung March 14
Dollars for disaster: Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila discuss how governments subsidize overfishing Oceana Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila March 13
Protect the Inlet is really about preventing future generations from enduring climate hell Georgia Straight Simon Donner March 10
It's raining viruses, but don't panic WMOT Curtis Suttle March 9
Experience matters: how I got my hands dirty in conservation The Starfish Project Seahorse March 8
What's hampering aquaculture? FIS Online Muhammed A. Oyinlola, Nereus Program March 8
Minister of Fisheries Stuart Nash urged to 'stand firm' by LegaSea NZ Herald Sea Around Us March 8
New maps show the utterly massive imprint of fishing on the world’s oceans Watertown Daily Times Daniel Pauly, Sea Around Us March 6
Industrial fisheries in Southeast Asia divert millions of tonnes of fish to fishmeal Phys.org Sea Around Us March 2
Fishmeal landings under fire The Fish Site Lydia Teh, Daniel Pauly March 2
The World Has Two Years to Meet Marine Protection Goal. Can It Be Done? National Geographic Rashid Sumaila March 2
Overfishing poses risks for investors Eco Business Sea Around Us, Tim Cashion February 28
International Fishing Trawlers are Driving Up Demand for Ocean Bushmeat in West Africa Earth Island Sea Around Us February 28
Tracking Fishing Vessels Reveals Industry’s Toll on the Ocean Smithsonian Magazine Daniel Pauly February 24
World News: Large vessels are fishing 55 per cent of world's oceans Richmond News Daniel Pauly February 24
New maps show massive imprint of fishing Post Guam Daniel Pauly February 24
Fishing’s startling scale Santa Fe New Mexican Daniel Pauly February 22
Large vessels are fishing 55 percent of world's oceans eNCA Daniel Pauly February 22
We May Not Be Catching as Many Fish as We Were Two Decades Ago Futurism Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller February 22
Devil in the Data: Study Uncovers Sharp Decline in Global Fish Catches News Deeply Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller February 20
New book sheds light on the amazing capabilities of jellyfish, addresses myths and misperceptions PRI Lucas Brotz February 10
Incorrect statistics create 'false impression' of global increase in fish catch FIS Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller February 9
It’s fishy: rise in warm-water species found off our coasts Irish Times William Cheung February 8
Green groups urge Hong Kong restaurants to stop selling shark fin soup, as protest planned at Maxim’s Hong Kong Free Press Daniel Pauly February 8
Drone Captures Massive Swarm of Jellyfish Off British Columbia That Weighs More Than 70 Tons Mental Floss Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 8
How Extinction Shaped the Australian Outback The Atlantic Daniel Pauly February 8
Mistake in fisheries statistics shows false increase in catches The Phys.org Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller February 7
Scientists use drones to track jellyfish blooms (Video) Tunis Daily News Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 7
Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations Globe and Mail Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations News 1130 Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
UBC researchers enlist drones to scope out jellyfish Roundhouse Radio Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations Vancouver Sun Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Blooming marvellous: drones give B.C. researchers new view of 'enormous' jellyfish clusters CBC News Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Des millions de méduses étudiées grâce à des drones : des chercheurs de la Colombie-Britannique émerveillés Radio Canada Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
UBC researchers use drones to track jellyfish blooms Phys.org Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Drones giving B.C. researchers new perspective on jellyfish populations Times Colonist Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Drones spot 'huge' populations of jellyfish as waters off B.C. coast warm Vancouver Courier Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Researchers use drones to help study ‘enormous’ jellyfish clusters CHEK News Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Drones study BC jellyfish Castanet Brian Hunt, Jessica Schaub February 6
Global Fisheries Catch Declining, Despite Statistics Maritime Executive Sea Around Us February 5
Why Salmon Eating Insects Instead of Fish Is Better for Environment National Geographic Tim Cashion February 5
Hongkongers appetite for reef fish ‘unsustainable’, study shows South China Morning Post Daniel Pauly February 1
Shark found washed up on Delta beach Vancouver is Awesome IOF research cited (William Cheung) January 31
Ocean Luminaries Explore Ocean Mysteries at American Museum of Natural History Broadway World Rashid Sumaila January 30
Red Herring: The Tons of Fish That Are Caught But Not Eaten News Deeply Tim Cashion January 29
Less money, more problems – trying to get fisheries right The Conversation Colette Wabnitz January 28
Why Fisheries Aid to Developing Nations Has Plummeted News Deeply Colette Wabnitz January 26
Mesoamerican Reef gets improving bill of health Mongabay Daniel Pauly January 22
Decrease in financial aid for fisheries in developing countries FIS Online Colette Wabnitz January 22
Fisheries aid funding is drying up The Fish Site Colette Wabnitz January 19
Climate aid for fisheries is in decline, says new study Climate Action Colette Wabnitz January 18
A better way to support marine fisheries ReThink Earth Colette Wabnitz January 18
Aid for oceans and fisheries in developing world drops by 30 percent Phys.org Colette Wabnitz January 17
UBC’s insight on changing coral reefs informs policy at annual UN Climate Change Conference The Ubyssey Simon Donner January 16
Scientists cite solutions to arrest alarming fisheries decline Radyonatin Daniel Pauly January 15
Marine scientist calls for stronger action to protect Philippine seas Rappler Daniel Pauly January 14
Scientists cite solutions to arrest alarming fisheries decline Canadian Inquirer William Cheung, Daniel Pauly, Deng Palomares January 13
Pilipinas, nanganganib maubos ang yamang dagat ABS-CBN William Cheung, Daniel Pauly January 13
Behind the blubber Hakai Magazine Andrew Trites January 13
Oceans starving for oxygen Roundhouse Radio Rashid Sumaila January 11
King tides a reminder of sea rise with climate change Times Colonist Simon Donner January 8
Researchers take to water and sky in major effort to save endangered killer whales Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites January 1

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Small-scale fisheries and WTO subsidies disciplines E15 Inititiave Rashid Sumaila December 2017
The UN Starts a Conservation Treaty for the High Seas National Geographic Rashid Sumaila December 24
Experts to China: cooperate or South China Sea fisheries may collapse Asia Sentinel Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung December 23
Experts to China: cooperate or South China Sea fisheries may collapse Mongabay Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung December 21
Our selective blindness is lethal to the living world The Guardian Daniel Pauly December 20
Foreign Fleets Plundered Somalia’s Fish Hakai Magazine Tim Cashion, Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us December 18
Thai fishing report shows worrying signs for Pacific Radio New Zealand Brittany Derrick, Sea Around Us December 13
Report: Thailand's Fish Catch Higher than Reported Maritime Executive Brittany Derrick, Sea Around Us December 13
Thailand hides big numbers when it comes to its fish catches in neighbouring waters Phys.org Brittany Derrick, Sea Around Us December 13
Sea Change Food In Canada William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila December 12
Last Tango in Buenos Aires: WTO Faces Deadline to Ban Fishing Subsidies News Deeply Rashid Sumaila December 11
Oceans under greatest threat in history, warns Sir David Attenborough The Guardian Daniel Pauly December 5
Our fishermen should land Brexit benefits The Telegraph Daniel Pauly December 2
Catch-all fisheries are squeezing Asia’s seahorses Mongabay Sarah Foster, Project Seahorse December 1
Nu invigs världens största marinreservat Sverige Radio Rashid Sumaila December 1
Pacific island fish migrating to cooler seas Sci Dev Net William Cheung November 30
Se nya bilderna på kronprinsessan Victoria Svensk Dam Rashid Sumaila November 30
Världshaven i akut behov av skydd GP Rashid Sumaila November 30
Expert vill förbjuda fiske på öppet hav Enkopings Posten Rashid Sumaila November 29
Kronprinsessan vid The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity Kungahuset Rashid Sumaila November 28
Field Reports: Marie Auger-Methe Journal of Animal Ecology Marie Auger-Methe November 24
Big Brother at Sea Hakai Magazine Daniel Pauly November 23
Climate change could kill 50-80% of Pacific fish species: study Radio NZ William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 22
How drones uncovered a mystery about Arctic whales that were nearly hunted to extinction Global News Sarah Fortune November 22
Whales enjoy a good rock-rub exfoliation Cosmos Sarah Fortune November 22
These whales use boulders for a good back scratch The Verge Sarah Fortune November 22
Whales love a nice exfoliating rub down New York Post Sarah Fortune November 22
Bowhead Whales Like to Exfoliate, Too Hakai Magazine Sarah Fortune November 22
Drone video provides fascinating glimpse of exfoliating whales Vancouver Courier Sarah Fortune November 22
See What Happens at a ‘Day Spa’ for Whales National Geographic Sarah Fortune November 22
Even Whales Have to Exfoliate New York Times Sarah Fortune November 22
New research offers insight into the skin care routine of bowhead whales Canadian Geographic Sarah Fortune November 22
The incredible moment bowhead whales rub themselves against large rocks to EXFOLIATE as part of their annual pamper regime Daily Mail Sarah Fortune November 22
Bowhead whales come to Cumberland Sound in Nunavut to exfoliate Phys.org Sarah Fortune November 22
Endangered orcas compete with seals and sea lions for salmon, study says Toronto Star Andrew Trites November 21
Las islas del Pacífico perderán hasta un 80% de sus especies marinas hacia el final del siglo ABC William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 20
Endangered orcas compete with seals, sea lions for salmon National Post Andrew Trites November 20
Endangered orcas compete with seals, sea lions for salmon ABC News Andrew Trites November 20
Endangered orcas compete with seals, sea lions for salmon CTV News Andrew Trites November 20
Endangered orcas compete with seals, sea lions for salmon Washington Post Andrew Trites November 20
Pacyfik: Do końca wieku wyginie 80 proc. gatunków ryb? Rzeczpospolita William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 18
Pacific Islands could lose 80 per cent of their fish because of climate change The Independent William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 18
Le biologiste de l'UBC Daniel Pauly devient chevalier de la Légion d'honneur Radio Canada Daniel Pauly November 17
Fisheries, oceans and climate (starts at 1:21:27) CBC Early Edition Daniel Pauly November 17
A moment that changed me: seeing my first moth fish The Guardian Amanda Vincent November 17
Pacific threat: 80 per cent of fish set to be wiped out as ocean temperatures surge Newsweek William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 17
50-80pct of fish in Pacific Islands could disappear due to climate change FIS William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 17
Las islas del Pacífico perderán hasta un 80% de sus especies marinas hacia el final del siglo ABC William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 16
Las islas del Pacífico perderán hasta un 80% de las especies marinas por el cambio climático RTVE William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 16
Climate Change Impacts On Fisheries And Biodiversity Of Pacific Island Countries And Territories Science Trends William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau, Nereus Program November 16
Fishing: Books warns of poor fishing practices Marin Independent Journa Daniel Pauly November 16
Climate Change Could Wipe Out 80% Of Fish In The Pacific Islands Huffington Post UK William Cheung, Nereus Program November 16
How Somalia lost millions of dollars to fish poachers The East African Sea Around Us November 14
Blob is gone, but not forgotten for scientists studying decline in B.C. fish stocks Vancouver Sun William Cheung November 13
This Seaweed Is Good for You — And for the Environment National Geographic Muhammed Oyinlola November
Seahorses found in London's famous River Thames XinhuaNet Project Seahorse November 9
Vancouver Aquarium seeks senior marine mammal trainer comfortable with 'sea lion bites, pathogens' Vancouver Sun Open Water Research Station (MMRU) November 8
The second Universal Scientific Education and Research Network (USERN) Congress will be held in Kharkiv on November 8-10 UKRINFORM Daniel Pauly November 7
The Animal Without a Brain That Is Taking Over the Ocean News Deeply Lucas Brotz November 2
See a Blanket of 'Jellyfish' That Washed Ashore National Geographic Lucas Brotz November 1
Very hungry snails are guarding coastal ecosystems against climate change Popular Science Christopher Harley October 31
Report claims seafood company investors are in the dark on product origins Seafood Source Sea Around Us October 31
Loss of Federal Protections May Imperil Pacific Reefs, Scientists Warn New York Times Daniel Pauly October 30
Sustainability report takes aim at seafood’s public companies Undercurrent News Sea Around Us October 30
Why the World Is Severely Underestimating Just How Much Fish it Catches News Deeply Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us October 27
DNA tests on water samples provide glimpse into biodiversity on Canada's coastline Vancouver Sun eDNA (Brian Hunt) October 23
Oceanernas beskyddare tilldelas Volvos Miljöpris Vancouver Sun Rashid Sumaila October 17
Alert raised over local fishing in Vanuatu Radio NZ Sea Around Us, Dirk Zeller October 17
Sustainable fisheries solution earns prestigious environmental prize for UBC economist Vancouver Sun Rashid Sumaila October 16
Reducing discard rates Fishing World Sea Around Us October 16
Sustainable fisheries solution earns prestigious environmental prize for UBC economist The Province Rashid Sumaila October 16
The Protector of the Oceans Receives the Volvo Environment Prize Business Insider Rashid Sumaila October 16
Action needed now to restrict vessels in critical killer whale habitat, scientists warn Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites October 12
There were 98 southern resident killer whales in 1995, and there are 76 now Global BC Andrew Trites October 12
Why herbivores can help protect ecosystems from climate change Evening Express Christopher Harley October 12
Starfish, anemones protect ecosystems from climate change Business Standard Christopher Harley October 12
Starfish, anemones protect ecosystems from climate change APB Live Christopher Harley October 11
Herbivores help protect ecosystems from climate change Phys.org Christopher Harley October 11
Marine Insurers Join the Fight Against Illegal Fishing Maritime Executive Dana Miller, Rashid Sumaila October 9
Endangered seahorse ends up as poultry feed, fish food Times of India Tanvi Vaidhyanathan, Amanda Vincent October 9
Le poids de la surpêche RCI Canada Daniel Pauly October 7
How Vulnerable Are Fish to Climate Change? An Algorithm Might Tell You Vancouver Sun William Cheung October 5
La Economía Azul: Se acerca una revolución industrial en los océanos Latin American Science Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor October 4
Un tercio de las especies marinas están en riesgo por el cambio climático ABC.es William Cheung October 4
Une conférence sur la protection de notre océan ce samedi Tahiti Infos Daniel Pauly October 3
Phát hiện sinh vật huyền bí dễ thương dưới lòng đại dương SOHA Amy Coghlan, Natasha Henschke, Evgeny Pakhomov October 3
Le temperature aumentano e i pesci sono costretti a emigrare Wise Society Italia William Cheung October 2
Le temperature aumentano e i pesci sono costretti a emigrare LesEcos.ma William Cheung, Daniel Pauly October 2
L"Vous allez devenir le grenier de la Chine" Tahiti Infos Daniel Pauly October 2
Island reef fish and tourism Marianas Variety Colette Wabnitz, Yoshitaka Ota September 29
5 Things: B.C.'s climate losers and winners Vancouver Sun William Cheung September 26
Some marine species more vulnerable to climate change than others Phys.org William Cheung September 26
Pauly: “Los peces están encogiendo a causa del cambio climático” EFEAgro Daniel Pauly September 25
Going diving in the tropics? Don't eat the reef fish! Phys.org Colette Wabnitz, Andres Cisneros-Mayor September 21
Pesca artesanal pequeña tiene gran impacto en los océanos FIS News Jennifer Selgrath September 18
Fighting for our life-giving oceans CEBU Daily News Daniel Pauly September 17
Executive Summary for September 15th: Small Fisheries Have Big Environmental Impact News Deeply Jennifer Selgrath September 15
Trawling and use of drag nets for fishing pose threat to seahorses The Hindu Amanda Vincent September 15
Small-Scale Fisheries Have Big Impact On Oceans CKNW - Simi Sara Show Jennifer Selgrath September 13
Indianapolis Prize Nominates 32 Animal Conservationists For 2018 Award The Patch Amanda Vincent September 13
Study: UBC research finds climate change might be making fish smaller The Ubyssey William Cheung September 12
Indianapolis Zoo announces 32 nominees for prestigious Indianapolis Prize CBS 4 Amanda Vincent September 12
Climat : les poissons rétrécissent ! Avec le biologiste Daniel Pauly RFI Daniel Pauly September 9
Meet Eight Unsung Heroes Silently Doing Their Bit To Save Nature, Forest And Wildlife India Times Tanvi Vaidyanathan September 6
The oceans need our protection – and our lives depend on them Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila September 5
Climate Change Could Cause Fish To Shrink TOLO News Daniel Pauly September 4
Climate Change Is Making Fish Smaller EcoWatch William Cheung September 3
Climate Change Could Cause Fish to Shrink in Size, Study Canada Journal Daniel Pauly August 30
Fish Likely to Shrink by Up to 30 Percent Due to Climate Change, New Study Shows Organic Authority Daniel Pauly August 30
Warming oceans may cause the world's fish to shrink, study suggests CBC News Daniel Pauly August 29
Climate Change Could Cause Fish to Shrink in Size Yale Environment 360 William Cheung August 29
Fish might be shrinking Popular Science William Cheung August 28
Warmer waters from climate change expected to shrink fish: UBC researchers Global News William Cheung August 28
Climate change will cause fish to shrink in size, study warns Undercurrents William Cheung August 28
Historia y balance: ¿Cómo se ha manejado la pesca de anchoveta en el Perú? Con Nuestro Peru Santiago de la Puente August 27
Climate Change Is Causing Fish to Shrink Seeker Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 22
Climate change could shrink fish by as much as 30 percent, new study claims CNBC Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 22
Climate change likely to shrink fish size by 30%: Study Economic Times of India Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 22
Amid Closure of B.C. Salmon Fisheries, Study Finds Feds Failed to Monitor Stocks
Desmog.ca Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 21
Climate Change May Shrink the World’s Fish National Geographic Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 21
Warmer waters from climate change will leave fish shrinking, gasping for air Phys.org Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 21
Warming Oceans Will Reduce Fish Size? Here's 2 Schools Of Thought American Council on Health and Science Daniel Pauly, William Cheung August 21
No Fish Story Trek Magazine Daniel Pauly Winter 2017
What future for fisheries in the South China Sea? Virgin Unite Rashid Sumaila August 14
Four Pacific Marine National Monuments Face Threat Under Trump Order Earth Island Journal Daniel Pauly August 14
Réduction de la vitesse des navires pour protéger les mammifères marins Radio Canada Andrew Trites August 8
Climate change jaw dropper: Great white shark could one day prowl B.C. waters ENN William Cheung August 8
Teach mankind to fish... and we will waste 10 million tonnes per year ParticleWA Dirk Zeller July 29
Report says marine oil tankers less likely to spill oil than pipelines or trains Global News Rashid Sumaila July 27
10 percent of fish caught globally are discarded, study says Seafood Source Tim Cashion, Dirk Zeller July 27
Les grands requins blancs pourraient un jour sillonner les eaux de la Colombie-Britannique Radio Canada William Cheung July 26
Great White Shark Population Booms In British Columbia As Ocean Temperature Rises International Business Times William Cheung July 26
Warming Pacific means more great white sharks swimming in B.C. waters CTV News William Cheung July 26
Great white sharks likely to head north as water warms, prof says Times Colonist William Cheung July 26
G700 tonnes of fish lost in discard, subsistence and recreational catches every year Malta Today Myriam Khalfallah July 25
Great white sharks could swim along B.C.’s coast as oceans warm: UBC researcher Global News William Cheung July 25
Great white sharks could one day swim in B.C. waters: expert MSN William Cheung July 25
Great white shark could come to BC, says UBC researcher Daily Hive William Cheung July 25
Climate change to bring great white sharks to B.C. says UBC prof CBC News William Cheung July 25
Great white sharks could one day swim in B.C. waters Metro News William Cheung July 25
The Future of Oceans Biotechin.Asia Rashid Sumaila July 24
Trop de poissons rejetés à la mer Radio Canada Daniel Pauly July 22
A Healthy Ocean Needs Viruses Hakai Magazine Curtis Suttle July 21
Aquecimento global força a migração de peixes Terra Brasil Daniel Pauly July 20
Un scientifique de UBC décoré chevalier de la Légion d'honneur Radio Canada Daniel Pauly July 14
Your fish and chips could be about to change massively - here's why Birmingham Mail William Cheung July 13
Your fish and chip supper could soon fall victim to climate change Chronicle Live William Cheung July 11
Anchovy and chips, anyone? How shortages in the North Sea threaten traditional battered cod and haddock Daily Mail William Cheung July 8
Climate change could threaten the traditional British fish and chips Sky News William Cheung July 8
Expect “child’s portions” of fish and chips as climate change shrinks ocean stock London Economic William Cheung July 8
OH MY COD! Portions of chippy favourites such as cod are set to shrink 20 per cent by 2050 due to global warming, scientists claim The Sun William Cheung July 8
Cherished cod and chips supper under THREAT due to North sea shortages, experts declare The Express William Cheung July 8
Where do seabirds search for food? Satellite-tracking gives fascinating new insight The Express William Cheung July 8
Anchovy and chips? Shrinking fish could see unusual offerings for sale Irish News William Cheung July 8
Have North Sea fishy favourites had their chips? Press and Journal William Cheung July 8
Vancouver Aquarium unveils new seal lion exhibit Global News Andrew Trites July 6
Vancouver Aquarium launches new Steller sea lion exhibit (Starts at 9:10) CTV News Andrew Trites July 6
Gallery: Vancouver Aquarium opens its Steller sea lion exhibit Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites July 6
Vancouver Aquarium reveals new Steller sea lion exhibit Metro News Andrew Trites/Marine Mammal Research Unit July 6
Vancouver Aquarium Launches New Stellar Sea Lions Exhibit 604 Now Andrew Trites July 3
Millions of tonnes of fish wasted every year: study News 1130 Dirk Zeller July 2
Vancouver Aquarium is opening a brand new Steller sea lion exhibit – Steller’s Bay Hello Vancity Andrew Trites June 30
Come Nose To Snout With Steller Sea Lions At Vancouver Aquarium’s New Steller’s Bay Exhibit My Vancity Andrew Trites, David Rosen June 30
Pêche : «S'il y a moins de rejets de poissons, c'est parce que beaucoup ont disparu» Liberation (France) Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 30
Pêche : «S'il y a moins de rejets de poissons, c'est parce que beaucoup ont disparu» Yahoo News (France) Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 30
27 events in Vancouver this Canada Day long weekend Daily Hive Andrew Trites June 29
Überfischung der Ozeane Weser Kurier Daniel Pauly June 29
Study Shows The Fishing Industry Is Wasting 10 Million Tons Of Fish Per Year Konbibi Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 29
Come Nose To Snout With Stellar Sea Lions At Vancouver Aquarium’s New Exhibit! Inside Vancouver Andrew Trites June 29
Global Fishing Fleets Waste Ten Percent of Catch Smithsonian Magazine Sea Around Us June 29
Fish discards (starts at 1.19.45) Deccan Chronicle Tim Cashion, Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 28
10 million tonnes of good fish wasted annually CBC Early Edition Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 28
Diez millones de toneladas de pescado se desperdician cada año El Espectador Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 28
A Staggering Amount Of Fish Is Wasted Each Year Gizmodo Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 28
Almost 10 pct of worldwide catches were discarded in the last decade FIS Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 27
Fishing Fleets Threw Away 10 Percent of Their Catch Over the Past Decade Discover Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 27
Industrial fish wastes total nearly 10 million tons Cordova Times Tim Cashion, Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 27
Study: 10 Percent of Fish Caught in Oceans Get Dumped VOA News Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 26
Ten per cent of fish caught in oceans get thrown back, study finds Globe and Mail Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 26
10 million tonnes of fish catches dumped back into oceans: study CBC News Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 26
Ten percent of fish caught in oceans get dumped: study Reuters Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us June 26
Scarborough Shoal of Sansha City, Hainan province, China Manila Times Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung June 26
Subsidies go to big fisheries, not small-scale companies: UBC study News 1130 Rashid Sumaila June 25
Battle lines drawn in Vancouver Aquarium debate Globe and Mail Andrew Trites June 23
Criminality in Africa's Fishing Industry: A Threat to Human Security ETH Zurich Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila, Dyhia Belhabib June 16
Oceans In Crisis: 'We Must Protect Fish From Overfishing And Global Warming' Plant Based News Daniel Pauly June 16
Under-reporting fish catches off Africa's coast, Part 2 RFI News Dyhia Belhabib June 15
Gerçekçi olma zamanı: Denizlerde çok balık yok ve bu bizim hatamız Gaia Dergi Daniel Pauly June 15
Marine expert warns of climate emergency as fish abandon tropical waters The Guardian Daniel Pauly June 15
Shifting climate baselines in B.C: Get ready for the new normal CBC Simon Donner June 12
The future of our fisheries under climate change Medium.com William Cheung June 8
Journée Mondiale des Océans - État des lieux Radio Canada Gabriel Reygondeau June 8
Can marine reserves help counteract climate change? Mongabay Daniel Pauly June 8
2050: Degrees of Change - Episode 2 - Snow and Ice CBC William Cheung June 8
2050: Degrees of Change - Episode 1 - B.C. in 2050 CBC Simon Donner June 8
Fishing subsidies harm artisanal fishermen worldwide FIS Anna Schuhbauer, Rashid Sumaila June 7
Marine reserves help mitigate against climate change, say scientists Science Daily Danile Pauly, Rashid Sumaila June 5
Should large scale fisheries get more subsidies than small scale fishing? Roundhouse Radio Anna Schuhbauer June 5
Harbour seals selectively eat juveniles of salmon species most at risk The Province Andrew Trites June 5
Committing to socially responsible seafood Science Lydia C. L. Teh, Yoshitaka Ota, Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor June 2
Why Mexican fishermen are going from shark hunting to shark protecting Fusion.net Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor June 2
Des dizaines de millions de ces animaux sont capturés dans la nature chaque année. Et personne n’en parle Holidog Times Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse June 1
Los beneficios de la restauración de los océanos: Menos pobreza, más empleo y mejor salud iAqua Nereus Program, Yoshitaka Ota, William Cheung June 1
The shared stewardship of the South China Sea The Manila Times Rashid Sumaila June 1
Subsidies promote overfishing and hurt small-scale fishers worldwide Phys.org Rashid Sumaila, Anna Schuhbauer June 1
Why There Is Really No Such Thing as a ‘Sustainable’ Fishery One Green Planet Dirk Zeller, Daniel Pauly May 31
Foreign fishing fleets drain West African waters Times of Oman Dyhia Belhabib, Sea Around Us May 31
West Africa’s Artisanal Fishers Rival the Industrial Fleet Hakai Magazine Dyhia Belhabib, Sea Around Us May 26
Restored ocean will alleviate poverty, provide jobs, and improve health, finds report Science Daily Nereus Program, Yoshitaka Ota, William Cheung May 31
Un mundo sin peces se perfila en el horizonte, advierte eminencia canadiense Radio Canada Daniel Pauly May 25
Un code d'éthique pour protéger les océans Radio Canada Andrew Trites May 24
China's appetite for seafood is pushing global fish stocks to the brink Australia Financial Review Rashid Sumaila May 23
A sea lion yanked a girl into the water. Officials blamed her parents for ‘reckless behavior.’ Washington Post Andrew Trites May 23
Dramatic Video Captures Sea Lion Dragging Girl Into Water Washington Post Andrew Trites May 22
Parents of Girl Snatched by Sea Lion to Blame: Port Chief NBC News Andrew Trites May 22
Watch shocking moment sea lion grabs girl from dock and pulls her underwater South China Morning Post Andrew Trites May 22
Sea lion attack video goes viral while victim and family vanishes Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites May 22
Sea Lion Drags Girl Into the Water in Scary Viral Video US Weekly Andrew Trites May 22
Sea Lion Dragged Child Into Water After Being Fed Bread Crumbs Huffington Post Andrew Trites May 22
Watch Sea Lion Drag Little Girl Into Water In Terrifying Viral Video IB Times Andrew Trites May 22
American group exploring B.C. coast for open water pens for unreleasable cetaceans CKNW Andrew Trites May 21
West Africa fishing communities working hard for little return RFI Dyhia Belhabib, Sea Around Us May 21
Sea lion pulls young girl into water off Steveston Wharf in Richmond, B.C. Washington Post Andrew Trites May 21
This sea lion dragging a little girl into water will scar you for life Cosmopolitan Andrew Trites May 21
Family slammed for 'reckless behaviour' after sea lion drags girl into water in Richmond, B.C. CBC News Andrew Trites May 21
Sea lion grabs girl from dock and pulls her underwater The Guardian Andrew Trites May 21
Overfishing Risks Collapsing Global Fishing Industry VOA News Rashid Sumaila May 18
The Fish that Smells like Money Hakai Magazine Santiago de la Puente May 17
I mari africani svuotati dai pescherecci stranieri Internazionale Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib May 17
Vancouver met fin aux cétacés en captivité sur son territoire Radio Canada - Boulevard du pacifique Andrew Trites May 16
Marine mammal rescue and research (starts at 1:40:12) CBC On the Coast Andrew Trites May 15
Minister Susi Receives Peter Benchley Ocean Awards Tempo Rashid Sumaila May 12
Susi Pudjiastuti Raih Peter Benchley Ocean Awards VOA Indonesia Rashid Sumaila May 12
Tens Of Millions Of These Animals Are Being Snatched From The Ocean Every Year Holidog Times Amanda Vincent May 11
China cracks down on coastal fisheries Science Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung May 11
Foreign fishing fleets drain West African waters Post Guam Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib May 10
Biển Tây Phi chao đảo vì đội tàu cá hùng hậu của Trung Quốc Zing.vn Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib May 9
All at Sea: Foreign Fishing Fleets Drain West African Waters VOA Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib May 8
FEATURE-All at sea: foreign fishing fleets drain West African waters Reuters Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib May 8
A third of fish catches in worlds' oceans is unreported, claims Canadian report Merco Press Dirk Zeller May 8
A third of global fishing goes unreported, study reveals FIS Dirk Zeller May 3
UBC maps increasing rate of coral bleaching in tropics Metro News Simon Donner May 2
Milioni di cavallucci marini stanno sparendo, uccisi per la “medicina” cinese La stampa.it Amanda Vincent May 1
Nearly One-Third of Global Fishing Goes Unreported, Study Finds Organic Authority Dirk Zeller May 1
New coral bleaching database to help predict fate of global reefs Science Daily Simon Donner May 1
China’s appetite pushes fish population to brink Business Mirror Rashid Sumaila, Dyhia Belhabib April 30
China’s appetite pushes world’s fish stocks to the brink Seattle Times Sea Around Us, Dyhia Belhabib April 29
Millions Of Seahorses Are Losing Their Mates — Because People Are Killing Them For 'Medicine' The Dodo Amanda Vincent April 27
Not Just a Boys' Club: Women Hooking Into Fishing Industry VOA Sarah Harper April 27
New coral-bleaching database puts Australia second-worst New Daily Simon Donner April 27
Coral-bleaching database puts Australia second worst in the world Radio Australia Simon Donner April 27
A third of global fishing goes unreported, UBC researchers find CBC Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us April 27
Declining fish populations - "The Missing Catch" CBC Almanac Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us April 26
Coral bleaching database puts Australia second worst in the world ABC News Simon Donner April 26
Seahorses: Magical Creatures in South Florida's Backyard Analytical Beats Emilie Stump, Project Seahorse April 25
Thought Antarctica's biodiversity was doing well? Think again Science Daily Deng Palomares April 25
Why Putin supports Marine Le Pen and tries to thwart Emmanuel Macron Georgia Straight Simon Donner April 23
What’s on TV Saturday: An Ocean Mystery: The Missing Catch New York Times Daniel Pauly April 21
Xavier Cortada, Environmental artist-in-residence to kick-off Earth Day celebration South Florida Reporter Project Seahorse April 20
Ten Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Miami Miami New Times Project Seahorse April 20
Best family fun this weekend Sun-Sentinel Project Seahorse April 19
Our Climate Future Is Actually Our Climate Present New York Times Daniel Pauly April 19
How scientists can fight for science without losing trust Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist Simon Donner April 17
Dugong habitats shrink by a quarter The National UAE Dalal Al Abdulrazzak, Daniel Pauly April 13
D.B. Pleschner: Study: No correlation between forage fish, predator populations Santa Cruz Sentinel Carl Walters April 8
Bill to ban whales in captivity comes under fire in committee iPolitics Andrew Trites, David Rosen April 7
Warming Oceans May Lead to Smaller Fish Inside Science William Cheung April 7
Des scientifiques déplorent l’interdiction des cétacés à l’Aquarium de Vancouver Radio Canada Andrew Trites April 5
Cetacean scientists say aquarium decision 'banning research' crucial to endangered animals CBC News Andrew Trites April 5
The science and art of the Haida's connection with herring The Ubyssey Mimi Lam April 5
China has fished itself out of its own waters, so Chinese fishermen are now sticking their rods in other nations’ seas Quartz Dirk Zeller April 4
Smithsonian Channel celebrates Earth Day with “An Ocean Mystery” Real Screen Daniel Pauly April 4
Blowhole 'Breathalyzer' Shows Salmonella in Killer Whales CBS Stephen Raverty April 4
Blowhole 'Breathalyzer' Shows Salmonella in Killer Whales Live Science Stephen Raverty April 4
Biology Versus Bones: the Case of the Cape Flattery Fur Seal Hakai Magazine Andrew Trites April 3
Fish are evolving to outsmart fishermen The Ubyssey Sea Around Us April 3
Smithsonian Channel Celebrates Earth Day with New Special AN OCEAN MYSTERY: THE MISSING CATCH Broadway World Daniel Pauly April 3
B.C. researcher uses 'whale breath' to study orcas Caledon Enterprise Stephen Raverty April 3
Killer whale breath bacteria highlight endangered species Digital Journal Stephen Raverty April 3
'Whale breath' reveals bacteria threatening endangered killer whales SitNews Stephen Raverty April 3
Des chercheurs de UBC captent le souffle des orques pour les étudier Radio Canada Stephen Raverty April 3
Espèce menacée : que révèle le souffle des orques lorsqu’elles remontent à la surface? Radio Canada Stephen Raverty April 3
Медосмотр диких косаток обнаружил угрожающие виду человеческие патогены Vesti Stephen Raverty April 3
Badanie mikrobiomu orek z oddechu kopalniawiedzy Stephen Raverty April 3
Researchers using ’whale breath’ to study endangered orcas off B.C. coast Vancouver Sun Stephen Raverty April 2
Researchers using 'whale breath' to study endangered orcas off B.C. coast CTV News Stephen Raverty April 2
Researchers using 'whale breath' to study endangered orcas off B.C. coast CBC News Stephen Raverty April 2
Quel pays pêche le plus de poissons? La réponse en carte Radio Canada Daniel Pauly March 31
'Whale breath' reveals bacteria threatening endangered killer whales Science Daily Stephen Raverty March 31
The Accidental Slaughter of Millions of Seahorses Hakai Magazine Julia Lawson March 31
Därför ville de fånga valarnas andedräkt Sverige Radio Stephen Raverty March 31
Herring People - the values that are at stake in the management of herring in BC Roundhouse Radio Mimi Lam March 29
Our love of sushi is wiping out tuna fishstocks and is not very healthy, warn experts China Daily Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller March 28
Surpêche : les scientifiques ont du mal à se faire entendre BC/Yukon, Radio Canada Daniel Pauly March 28
Pourquoi les politiques ignorent la science sur la protection des océans? Phare Ouest, Radio Canada Daniel Pauly March 28
Bacteria That Cause Human Diseases Found in Orca Blowholes National Geographic Stephen Raverty March 28
Bad Breath: Study Finds Array of Bacteria When Orcas Exhale Laboratory Equipment Stephen Raverty March 27
Endangered orcas: Bacteria study raises concerns about infectious diseases Times Colonist Stephen Raverty March 26
Orcas breathe out an array of bacteria, study finds i4U Stephen Raverty March 26
Orcas Spew An Array Of Bacteria When They Exhale, And Human Waste May Be To Blame Tech Times Stephen Raverty March 25
Laziness could save a fish’s life: a case for establishing marine reserves ZME Science Daniel Pauly March 24
Whales really DO have bad breath: Orca blowhole study finds salmonella and other harmful bacteria that could put species at risk Daily Mail Stephen Raverty March 24
Inside China’s Almost-Totally-Legal $400M Fishery in Africa Wired Daniel Pauly March 23
Fish can ‘learn’ to stay in no-fishing areas: UBC study Metro News Daniel Pauly March 21
Cautious fish evolve out of marine reserves Vancouver Sun Daniel Pauly March 20
Fish evolve quickly to take advantage of marine protected areas: UBC study FIS Daniel Pauly March 20
Looking back: March 19, 2017 Alaska News Miner Andrew Trites March 19
Des loutrons abandonnés rejoignent une loutre à l'Aquarium de Vancouver Radio Canada Andrew Trites March 18
Vancouver Aquarium's sea otter pups frolic with adult for first time CBC News Andrew Trites March 17
Aquaculture: le difficile sillage du poisson écologique Le Devoir Daniel Pauly March 17
Ecologist Special Report: New Zealand's Fisheries' Fraud The Ecologist Daniel Pauly March 15
Alta mar, una enorme jungla en manos de unos pocos países El Colombiano Daniel Pauly March 13
– 90 prosent av fisken som brukes til fôr kan spises av mennesker NRK Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us March 5
Matt Robinson: All reasons for keeping belugas may be outweighed by cruelty argument Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites March 8
Un chercheur peut parler sans perdre sa crédibilité Science Presse Simon Donner March 3
Grandes problemas en cómo utilizamos las especies de peces pequeñas Oceana Peru Daniel Pauly March 2
Het gaat slecht met de vissen. Kunnen we ze nog wel blijven eten? De Correspondent Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller March 1
Most fish turned into fishmeal are species that we could be eating Science News Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us March 1
Ocean Fish Stocks on “Verge of Collapse,” Says IRIN Report New Security Beat Simon Donner February 28
Do Scientists Lose Credibility When They Become Political? The Atlantic Dirk Zeller February 28
Sustainable and Healthy Ocean Ecosystems: Putting Our Money Where Our Mouths Are IISD SDG KNOWLEDGE HUB Rashid Sumaila February 27
Public may be more accepting of advocacy by climate scientists than previously thought Phys.org Simon Donner February 27
New Zealand Fishing Industry Accused of Driving World’s Rarest Dolphin to Extinction Earth Island Journal Daniel Pauly February 27
Most fish turned into fishmeal are species that we could be eating Science News Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us, Santiago de la Puente February 27
This is Insane! Cows Are Eating a Huge Amount of Fish Caught From The Ocean One Green planet Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 27
Most fish turned into fishmeal are species that we could be eating Science News Tim Cashion, Santiago de la Puente February 27
This Little Fish Could Help Fix Child Malnutrition in Peru. Why Is It Feeding Farmed Animals Instead? Oceana Santiago De la Puente, Villy Christensen February 24
UBC study says ocean harvest being wasted Global News Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 24
Is China’s Hands-Off Approach to Fisheries Producing More Fish? Hakai Magazine Daniel Pauly February 23
Perú tiene la oportunidad de redirigir pesca a consumo humano El Comercio Tim Cashion February 22
We could eat 90% of the fish we feed other fish ZME SCIENCE Tim Cashion February 17
Oceans are losing oxygen, posing growing threats to marine life, research says Pittsburgh Post Media Tim Cashion February 16
90 percent of fish used for fishmeal are prime fish Phys.org Tim Cashion February 15
90 Percent Of Fish We Use For Fishmeal Could Be Used To Feed Humans Instead OPB Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 14
L'aquaculture menace la sécurité alimentaire des pays en développement Actualités Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 14
Un quart des poissons pêchés dans le monde est transformé en farine L'Express Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 14
L'aquaculture, une menace à la sécurité alimentaire? La Presse Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 14
990 Percent Of Fish We Use For Fishmeal Could Be Used To Feed Humans Instead Delaware Public Media Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 13
90 Percent Of Fish We Use For Fishmeal Could Be Used To Feed Humans Instead NPR Tim Cashion, Sea Around Us February 13
UBC study helps protect seahorses Global News Amanda Vincent February 10
For indigenous communities, fish is more than food Salon Yoshitaka Ota, Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor February 6
Hungry Salish Sea seals and sea lions devouring resident orcas' favourite food Vancouver Sun David Rosen February 3
Fish economist, Dr. Rashid Sumaila, wins “Academy Award of the Sea” The Ubyssey Rashid Sumaila February 3
Sushi as We Know It Will Be Wiped Out by 2050 Vice William Cheung February 2
Nella Polinesia francese saranno costruite delle isole galleggianti Il Post Simon Donner January 31
What seafood consumption can tell us about environmental sustainability Newsweek Yoshitaka Ota, Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor January 29
For indigenous communities, fish mean much more than food
The Conversation Yoshitaka Ota, Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor January 29
Fishing in a warmer Arctic WWF Vicky Lam 2016
Here comes an answer to rising seas: a city of floating islands in the South Pacific Seattle Times Simon Donner January 27
As Climate Change Accelerates, Floating Cities Look Like Less of a Pipe Dream The New York Times Simon Donner January 27
A Buddhist Tradition to Save Animals Has Taken an Ugly Turn National Geographic Chris Harley January 23
Why oysters, mussels and clams could hold the key to more ethical fish farming The Guardian Daniel Pauly January 23
Overfishing and under-reporting of catches in region under scrutiny The National AE Dalal Al Abdulrazzak, Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller, Dyhia Belhabib January 21
OPINION | Trading for Sustainable Fisheries IndraStra Rashid Sumaila January 20
Daniel Pauly, scientifique de l’année de Radio-Canada Radio Canada Daniel Pauly January 19
This Tiny Seahorse Has Mastered Its Domain Science Friday Project Seahorse January 18
World's annual fishery catch is far more than reported, UBC expert says Vancouver Sun Daniel Pauly January 18
Brexit gives UK 'once in a hundred years opportunity' to restore fish and marine life Daily Express Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 17
A Good Time for Inspiration – 2017 Benchley Winners Announced National Geographic Rashid Sumaila January 17
Is your sushi lunch as fattening as a Big Mac?.. not to mention packed with salt, sugar, toxic microbeads and even parasites Daily Mail Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 16
I’m part of Generation Sushi — don’t make me give it up The Times Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 16
Our love of sushi is wiping out tuna fishstocks and isn't very healthy, warn experts The Independent Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 14
Letters: Pipelines imperil Canada's ecosystem Science Juan José Alava January 13
Overfishing in oceans (starts at 7:56) BBC Radio 4 Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 13
The REAL cost of your sushi: How the lunchtime favourite is wiping out tuna supplies... and is packed full of harmful microbeads Daily Mail Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 13
What's REALLY in your sushi? Study finds almost half of fish are mislabeled in restaurants Daily Mail Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 13
Sushi Isn’t As Healthy as You Think It Is, Biologists Warn Next Shark Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 13
Experts say sushi is wrecking the environment and our health Metro UK Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 13
Conservationist fights to save seahorses in Cambodia Hamilton Spectator Amanda Vincent January 8
How warming seas are forcing fish to seek new waters The Guardian Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller January 8
2048, la fin des sushis sauf à ce que nous changions radicalement nos modes de pêche Atlantico Daniel Pauly January 8
Paris warming limit will increase fish catches Ecobusiness William Cheung January 3
Food And Jobs From Fish Hinge On Paris Agreement Value Walk William Cheung January 3
The bizarre and inspiring story of Iowa's fish farmers Mother Jones Daniel Pauly January/February
Une épaulard de 105 ans serait morte Radio Canada Andrew Trites January 3

Headline Source Researcher(s)/
Research Unit(s)
Date
Marine life die-off on NS coast CBC News Rashid Sumaila December 30
Paris warming limit will increase fish catches Climate News Network William Cheung December 30
Study predicts sticking to climate targets could net 6m tons of extra fish Undercurrent News William Cheung December 29
Limiter les températures c'est sauver les pêcheurs Science et Avenir William Cheung December 27
WATCH: Large pod of dolphins spotted swimming along B.C. ferry on Christmas Day Global News Andrew Trites December 26
Respecter l'accord de Paris permettrait d'épargner la pêche mondiale La Presse William Cheung December 23
A menor calentamiento, más peces en los océanos ABC Espana William Cheung December 23
Meeting Paris Agreement Global Warming Target Will Benefit Fish Stocks The Fish Site William Cheung December 23
Maximale stijging van 1,5 graad is ook goed voor vissers scientias.nl William Cheung December 23
El acuerdo del clima de París podría salvar millones de pece El Universal William Cheung December 22
Climate change could have devastating impact on global fisheries CBC News William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau December 22
World's fishing fleet to catch 25 billion fewer fish a year by 2100 unless more is done to stop climate change The Independent William Cheung December 22
International climate targets good for global fisheries: B.C. researchers Montreal Gazette William Cheung December 22
The Paris Climate Agreement Could Save Commercial Fishing Gizmodo William Cheung December 22
Global warming could cause fishing to decline by millions of tons each year, study says San Diego Union Tribune William Cheung December 22
Study: Nova Scotia catches could be maintained if world abides by Paris climate agreement Local XPress William Cheung December 22
Keeping global warming at 1.5C or less would boost fish catches - report BT William Cheung December 22
Incumplir el Acuerdo de París reduciría en un 38% la pesca en el Mediterráneo El Mundo William Cheung December 22
Global climate target could net additional six million tons of fish annually Phys.org William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau December 22
International climate targets good for global fisheries: B.C. researchers Western Star William Cheung December 22
Paris climate deal could save millions of fish, livelihoods Yahoo News William Cheung December 22
Wie das Pariser Klimaabkommen den globalen Fischfang beeinflusst Watson William Cheung December 22
Cumplir el objetivo climático mundial podría proporcionar 6 millones de toneladas de pescado adicionales al año El Dia William Cheung December 22
Trade policy options for sustainable oceans and fisheries ICTSD Bridges Africa Rashid Sumaila December 20
The world’s fish are vanishing far faster than previously thought Inhabitat Daniel Pauly December 19
The World Is Running Out of Fish Faster Than We Thought Vice Daniel Pauly December 15
La pesca mundial es un 50 % superior a los datos oficiales, según experto La Vanguardia Daniel Pauly December 7
Coastal indigenous communities eat 15 times more seafood than non-indigenous people Metro News Andres Cisneros-Montemayor, Yoshitaka Ota December 5
Indigenous seafood consumption 15 times higher per capita than national averages FIS Andres Cisneros-Montemayor, Yoshitaka Ota December 5
The loss of biodiversity in some marine habitats Marianas Variety Christopher Harley December 5
Coastal indigenous consume 15 times more seafood than non-indigenous people Siasat Daily Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 4
UBC study proposes changes between DFO and First Nations Relations Roundhouse Radio Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 3
Indigenous peoples losing their fisheries Montreal Gazette Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 3
Coastal Indigenous people eat 15 times more seafood than non-Indigenous, study reveals CBC News Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 3
Indigenous, costal people consume 15 times more seafood than others: study NorCal News Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 3
Indigenous people eat 15 times more seafood than non-indigenous people UPI Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 2
Indigenous peoples of the world’s coastlines are losing their fisheries — and their way of life Washington Post Andres Cisneros-Montemayor December 2
Can Canada increase oil capacity and still meet its Paris commitments? CBC News Simon Donner December 1
Climate change and the Canadian pipeline decisions Roundhouse Radio Simon Donner December 1
Consumer Demand for Fish Combined With Climate Change Is Creating the Perfect Storm Alternet Daniel Pauly, Dirk Zeller December 1
The plan to ban fishing in more than half the world's oceans New Scientist Rashid Sumaila November 30
El «efecto dominó» de unos océanos más ácidos La Razon Christopher Harley November 28
L’Aquarium de Vancouver sous le feu des critiques après la mort de ses deux derniers bélugas Radio Canada Andrew Trites November 27
Drones fly through blow sprays of humpback whales for health checks 24 Hours Marine Mammal Research Unit November 27
Scientists, police called in over Vancouver Aquarium's beluga deaths Globe and Mail Andrew Trites November 26
Animal welfare groups criticize Vancouver Aquarium after second beluga whale death Globe and Mail Andrew Trites November 26
La acidificación del océano advierte sobre una pérdida de biodiversidad en cascada Iaqua Christopher Harley November 24
World-renowned UBC marine lab set to close Global News Andrew Trites November 23
Los océanos más ácidos causaría una pérdida en cascada de la biodiversidad marina LAInformacion Christopher Harley November 22
Ocean Acidification Already A Warning For Marine Life And Habitat iTech Post Chris Harley November 22
Un estudio de la acidificación del océano ofrece advertencias para la vida marina y los hábitats Cuatro Christopher Harley November 21
Ocean acidification study offers warnings for marine life, habitats Phys.org Chris Harley November 21
Un écart important entre les pêches réelles et celles officielles Radio Canada Daniel Pauly November 21
Marine World Heritage Sites: Cornerstone of Sustainable Fisheries National Geographic Daniel Pauly November 16
Small Scale Fishery May Be Solution To Low Cod Stocks: Study VOCM Daniel Pauly November 16
World leaders look to 'Trump-proof' climate change plans News 1130 Simon Donner November 15
Global fisheries declining at alarming rate Global News Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us November 15
Thousands of Chinese ships trawl the world, so how can we stop overfishing? The Guardian IOF November 15
Station de recherche Open Water : Financement précaire Radio Canada Andrew Trites November 15
Sea lion research station scrambles as U.S. funding dries up CBC News Andrew Trites, Marine Mammal Research Unit November 15
Il lato buono delle alghe National Geographic Italia Muhammed Oyinlola November 15
Bahamas Considers Granting Commercial Fishing Rights to Chinese Sport Fishing Magazine Dirk Zeller, Nicola Smith November 14
Daniel Pauly: ‘Cal eliminar les modalitats de pesca més destructives’ VilaWeb Daniel Pauly November 11
Tough Call: What The Chinese Fishing Proposal Means For The Bahamas Tribune 242 Dirk Zeller, Nicola Smith November 9
Kinder Morgan President Isn't Sure If Humans Caused Global Warming Troy Media Daniel Pauly November 4
Kinder Morgan President Isn't Sure If Humans Caused Global Warming Huffington Post Simon Donner November 4
Kinder Morgan Canada president not sure humans contributing to climate change CTV News Simon Donner November 4
Kinder Morgan Canada president clarifies climate change views CBC News Simon Donner November 4
Kinder Morgan Canada president doesn’t know if humans causing climate change Macleans Simon Donner November 4
Kinder Morgan Canada president not sure humans contributing to climate change CTV News Simon Donner November 4
Climate change may lead to annual revenue loss of $10 bn for global fisheries sector by 2050 Financial Express Rashid Sumaila/William Cheung/Vicky Lam November 3
New atlas bolsters global perspective of fisheries – book review Mongabay Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller/Sea Around Us November 3
Another turn of the screw Millbrook Independent Daniel Pauly November 1
World’s largest marine reserve hailed as diplomatic breakthrough Nature Daniel Pauly October 28
Stunning drone footage of bowhead whales Global News Sarah Fortune/Andrew Trites October 24
Election-free video: No Trump. No Clinton. Just drone footage of bowhead whales Washington Post Sarah Fortune October 24
Technology gives new insight into whale behaviour Radio Canada Sarah Fortune October 24
In the Arctic Ocean near Nunavut, researchers have turned to drones to enhance the study of endangered bowhead whales Globe and Mail News Sarah Fortune October 24
Watch: drones capture rare footage of a pod of Bowhead whales SKY News Sarah Fortune October 22
Awesome footage of one of the most elusive mammals on Earth - the bowhead whale. Channel 4 Sarah Fortune October 22
Drone captures rare images of whales Reuters Sarah Fortune October 22
Spectacular drone video of bowhead whales reveals their social behaviour International Business Times Sarah Fortune October 22
Stunning drone footage reveals bowhead whales feeding, swimming patterns CBC News Sarah Fortune October 21
Drone Video Reveals Rarely-seen Bowhead Whales in the Arctic ABC News Sarah Fortune October 21
Stunning drone footage reveals bowhead whales feeding, swimming patterns CBC News Sarah Fortune October 21
WATCH: UBC researchers capture drone video of bowhead whales in Canada’s Arctic Global News Sarah Fortune October 21
Video: Drones capture up-close-and-personal view of bowhead whales in Canada’s Arctic Metro News Sarah Fortune October 21
It's a whale of a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites October 15
Economic impacts of climate change on global fisheries could be worse than we thought Mongabay Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila October 14
Stanford researchers find that the future of Antarctic marine protected areas is at risk Stanford News Rashid Sumaila October 13
UBC's marine lab faces the axe as U.S. funding of sea lion study dries up Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites October 12
Port Moody marine lab faces axe as funding dries up The Province Andrew Trites October 12
Marine lab faces axe as funding dries up 24 Hours Vancouver Andrew Trites October 12
People of the Saltwater Roundhouse Radio Charles Menzies October 7
Global Fisheries Will Lose $10B A Year To Climate Change By 2050 Forbes Vicky Lam, William Cheung October 6
Thailand Acts to Protect Vulnerable Seahorses Care2 Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse October 3
Thailand Suspends Exports of Seahorses National Geographic Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse October 6
Move to stop vast trade in threatened seahorses Dive Magazine Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse October
Thailand suspends seahorse trade Rivet News Radio Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse September 29
Thailand suspends seahorse trade amid conservation concerns CTV News Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse September 29
Thailand suspends seahorse trade amid conservation concerns The Washington Post Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse September 29
High Stakes on the High Seas: A Call for International Reserves Yale Environment 360 Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila September 29
IUCN behind major advance for seahorse conservation IUCN Amanda Vincent, Project Seahorse September 28
Stop insuring fishery pirates ESA Dana Miller September 27
UBC researchers look into the troubles of Northern Fur Seals Global News David Rosen September 22
Trawling and use of drag nets for fishing pose threat to seahorses The Hindu Amanda Vincent September 16
Study: Climate change could make fisheries lose boatloads of money The Ubyssey Vicky Lam September 16
La pêche frauduleuse mieux surveillée sur internet Le Figaro Rashid Sumaila September 15
Rescue of humpback whale caught in fishing lines highlights a growing problem for the species Cantech Letter Andrew Trites September 15
Dead whales in Pacific could be fault of the Blob CBC News Andrew Trites September 14
A perfect storm: climate change and overfishing IRIN Dirk Zeller, Daniel Pauly, Sea Around Us September 14
I cambiamenti climatici causeranno forti perdite economiche al settore ittico pesceinrete Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila September 12
UBC study warns climate change could cost fishing industry billions News 1130 Vicky Lam September 11
Scientific research and beauty mix on the Marshall Islands CBC Quirks and Quarks Sara Cannon September 10
Outlook is dismal for B.C.'s wild salmon Vancouver Sun William Cheung September 10
UBC research predicts heavy losses for global fisheries by 2050 FIS Vicky Lam September 9
Fisheries could lose $10 billion a year due to climate change: study Global News Vicky Lam September 8
U.S. removes most humpback whales from endangered list CBC News Andrew Trites September 8
Unchecked climate change could cost fisheries billions Cordova Times Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila September 8
Future Fisheries Can Expect $10-Billion Revenue Loss Due To Climate Change CKNW - Sara Simi Show Vicky Lam September 7
Fishing to take $10 billion hit due to climate change: UBC researchers Metro News Vicky Lam September 7
Future fisheries can expect $10 billion revenue loss due to climate change Science Daily Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila September 7
Sustainable management of the high seas could recoup fish stock losses due to climate change Environment ResearchWeb Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila September 7
Closing High Sea to Fishing Could Increase Fish Catches in Coastal Waters The Fish Site Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila September 2
How to keep plenty of fish in the sea Metro News Canada William Cheung September 2
High sea fishing ban could boost coastal fisheries FIS Worldnews Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila August 31
La gestion des pêches en haute mer Phare Ouest, Radio Canada Dyhia Belhabib August 31
Closing high-seas fishery would boost coastal catches, researchers say Local Xpress Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung August 30
High seas fisheries management could recoup losses due to climate change Science Daily Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung August 30
Sustainable means re-wilding our waterways and coastal seas Echo Net Daily Daniel Pauly August 29
One of the World's Biggest Fisheries Is on the Verge of Collapse National Geographic Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung August 29
Experts Convene in Galápagos to Brainstorm Protection of Earth’s Marine Heritage National Geographic Daniel Pauly August 27
The wicked problem beneath the waves Policy Forum Rashid Sumaila, Allison Witter August 26
Dirty Water and Good Intentions: The Murky Case for Victoria Sewage Treatment The Tyee Evgeny Pakhomov August 24
Seal leaps on boat to escape killer whales Toronto Star Andrew Trites August 24
Considerable effort goes into rehabilitating seal pups Vancouver Courier Ben Nelson August 23
July was ‘absolutely’ Earth’s hottest month ever recorded Washington Post Simon Donner August 17
Fishing, not oil, is at the heart of the South China Sea dispute The Conversation Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung August 15
Warmer Global Ocean Pushes Fish to Extremes Sport Fishing Magazine William Cheung, Daniel Pauly August 12
The Blob That Cooked the Pacific National Geographic Andrew Trites August 11
Under-reporting of catches threatens Caribbean marine life UPI Aylin Ulman August 5
Why Would a Pirate Ship Want Insurance? Slate Rashid Sumaila, Dana Miller, Dyhia Belhabib July 26
5 Things About Fishing in the South China Sea Wall Street Journal Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung July 19
Former Governor, Chefs Protest Marine Monument Expansion Honolulu Civil Beat Rashid Sumaila July 15
South China Sea ruling won't stop plundering of ecosystem, experts say Reuters William Cheung July 13
Virus uses stolen CRISPR to outcompete its competition (maybe) The Ubyssey Curtis Suttle July 12
A nation planning for its own demise Straits Times Simon Donner July 10
Global Seafood Consumption Hits Record Level The Maritime Executive Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller July 7
El país que está siendo devorado por el mar El Debate Simon Donner July 7
Jak robią to koniki morskie? Ludzie mogą sie ze swoją kamasutrą schować National Geographic Polska Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse July 6
Negotiations to control fishing at the top of the world RCI International Daniel Pauly July 5
Rising sea shocks Pacific's Kiribati Bangkok Post Simon Donner July 4
A Remote Pacific Nation, Threatened by Rising Seas New York Times Simon Donner July 2
Insurance industry unknowingly supports illegal fishing, UBC researchers say CBC News Rashid Sumaila July 1
Perché il cavalluccio marino è il pesce più romantico? #Sapevatelo National Geographic Italia Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse July 1
Fall in fish catch threatens human health Nature Sea Around Us June 30
1 In 10 People May Face Malnutrition As Fish Catches Decline NPR Sea Around Us June 30
Seahorse Sex Ed & Why We Should Take Notes Global Animal Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse June 29
Afrika: Fischfang weitaus höher als bisher angenommen Afrika Info Sea Around Us/Dyhia Belhabib June 28
Obama urged to create world’s largest marine reserve Saipan Tribune Rashid Sumalia June 27
Romance of the Seas: Strange Mating Habits of the Seahorse National Geographic Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse June 25
African Fisheries Plundered By Foreign Fleets All Africa Dyhia Belhabib June 23
Will a New Treaty Slow Down Illegal Fishing? The Marine Executive Dana Miller June 23
Without Reserves, An Ocean With More Plastic than Fish The Marine Executive Daniel Pauly June 22
Where’s Walter the sea lion? Powell River Peak David Rosen June 22
Scientists discover virus that steals CRISPR machinery from bacteria Genetic Literacy Project Curtis Suttle June 17
Verzekeringsmaatschappijen dragen onbewust bij aan illegale visserij National Geographic Netherlands Dana Miller June 17
Nutrition: Fall in fish catch threatens human health nature William Cheung/Dirk Zeller June 15
Ten per cent of world could face malnutrition as fish stocks tumble Globe and Mail William Cheung June 15
An Antidote to high-tech fishing Save Our Seas magazine Daniel Pauly June 15
Why some coral reefs thrive as others die off CBC News Rashid Sumaila June 15
One-Fifth of the Global Population Risks Malnutrition As Fish Stocks Decline
Motherboard William Cheung/Rashid Sumaila June 15
Virus Hacks Host Genome, Steals CRISPR to Protect Itself Gen Eng News Curtis Suttle June 15
Adjusting the estimated of global fish catch Next Big Future Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller June 14
Insurance Companies Unwittingly Aid Marine Poaching National Geographic Dana Miller June 11
Rogue fishing vessels still insured: UBC study Vancouver Sun Dana Miller June 10
World Oceans Day Roundhouse Radio Rashid Sumaila/Fisheries Economic Research Unit June 9
Images of fish trapped inside a jellyfish don't tell the whole story CBC News Lucas Brotz June 8
A Global, Community-driven Marine Fisheries Catch Database Huffington Post Daniel Pauly June 7
The Shellfish Wars: Lobsters, Shoalies, Olys, Atlantics and Pacifics vie for supremacy Chinook Observer Chris Harley June 7
Ships flagged for illegal fishing still able to get insurance Science Daily Daniel Pauly June 6
Rogue Fishing Vessels Still Able to Secure Insurance: Study Jakarta Globe Dana Miller/Rashid Sumaila June 6
World's first illegal fishing treaty comes into force Al Jazeera Dana Miller June 6
International treaty targeting illegal fishing takes effect Mongabay Rashid Sumaila June 3
Matt Watson wants quota change Northern Herald Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries May 20
Fish Subsidies Must Come to an End to Save Ocean Stocks (Op Ed) Live Science Rashid Sumaila May 18
NZ Fisheries catch under-reported: Expert reaction NZ Herald Sea Around Us May 16
Revealed: New Zealand’s enormous 60-year, 25 million tonne illegal fishing lie The Spinoff Sea Around Us May 16
Nations negotiate fishing in Arctic high seas UPI Daniel Pauly April 28
The environmental dimension of the South China Sea Dispute Business World Online IOF April 15
First round of UN negotiations to regulate high seas fishing concludes Mongabay Daniel Pauly/Rashid Sumaila April 8
Health of NZ's fish stocks disputed RNZ News Sea Around Us/ Daniel Pauly April 8
How Our Favorite Fish Could Recover in a Decade National Geographic Daniel Pauly March 28
How to Save Fisheries and Save Jobs Too Yahoo News Rashid Sumaila March 28
Two Walruses Are Pregnant In Canada, And the Odds Are Against Them Motherboard Andrew Trites March 10
SPEKTRUM: Kisah Orang-orang Tepi Bumi Bisnis Indonesia Simon Donner March 17
Inuvialuit ask feds for regional environment assessment of Beaufort Sea CBC News Rashid Sumaila March 15
dr.d.m. pauly - the unifier The Bentwood Project Daniel Pauly March 11
Dr. Sumaila discusses recent publication in Scientific Reports CBC Radio One (Newfoundland and Labrador) Rashid Sumaila March 10
Canada in 2050 could face climate extremes at current emissions levels Metro News William Cheung February 29
With climate change, amended Fisheries Code no guarantee for ample seafood supply: academics Inter Aksyon William Cheung/Nereus Program February 29
The Case of The Vanishing Seals: An Alaskan Island Mystery KUCB Andrew Trites February 29
Canada in 2050: land of climate-change extremes at current emissions levels The Province William Cheung February 28
UBC scientist a finalist for prestigious $250,000 award The Province Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse February 9
UBC scientist a finalist for prestigious $250,000 award Vancouver Sun Amanda Vincent/Project Seahorse February 9
Conservationists vie for zoo's $250,000 Indianapolis Prize Indianapolis Business Journal Amanda Vincent February 6
Large variability in abundance of viruses that infect ocean microorganisms Science Daily Curtis Suttle January 25
The dangers of underestimating overfishing CBC Radio Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 23
Fake Reports of Fish Caught Harms Economy, Environment VOA News Daniel Pauly January 23
Seals blamed for drop in juvenile salmon stocks in Strait of Georgia: study Vancouver Sun Ben Nelson January 23
Fish catch is vastly underreported: study RCI International Daniel Pauly January 22
Study finds fish stocks in Caribbean declining fast Caribbean 360 Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 22
We've Taken Far More Fish Out Of The Ocean Than We Thought Fast Company Daniel Pauly January 22
Global Fish Harvests Far Higher Than Official Figures, Study Says Scientific American Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 20
We're Catching Millions of Tons More Fish Each Year Than We Report Popular Science Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 20
Overfishing Has Been Even Worse Than We Thought Smithsonian Daniel Pauly January 20
The Planet’s Fisheries Are In Even Worse Shape Than We Thought Huffington News Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Oceans are running out of fish – much faster than we thought ZME Science Daniel Pauly/Dyhia Belhabib/Rashid Sumaila January 20
Overfishing causing fish populations to decline faster than thought, study finds The Independent Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
El 30% de la pesca mundial no aparece en los datos oficiales La Vanguardia Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 20
Global Fisheries are Depleting Far Faster Than We Thought: Massive Underreporting Science World Report Daniel Pauly January 20
Global fishing catches may be double reported size, threatening stocks: study Japan Times Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
We’re Running Out of Fish Faster Than We Thought Pacific Standard Daniel Pauly January 20
As much as 32 million metric tons of global fish catch goes unreported every year Dispatch Tribunal Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Running Out Of Fish? Global Catch Significantly Underreported, Study Finds Tech Times Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Study: Global fish catch under-reported by 32bn kg per year Undercurrent News Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Global Fishing Fleets Took Much Larger Catch from Oceans in Last Six Decades than Suggested by Official Figures Trinesty Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
A third of annual global fish catch - which weighs more than the US population - goes unreported Western Daily Press Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 20
Study: Global landings under-reported by 32 million metric tons a year Intrafish Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 20
32 million metric tons of global fish catch unreported each year Modern Readers Daniel Pauly January 20
Global fisheries are declining faster than we thought: What can be done? Christian Science Monitor Daniel Pauly January 20
‘Catch reconstruction’ method unveils many nations have underreported fish catches NH Voice Daniel Pauly January 20
FAO Figures Underestimate Fish Catches California Post Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Overfishing Is Reducing The Global Fish Catches The News Recorder Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
World’s Fish Stocks May Decline Faster Than Official Reports Show Council Chronicle Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Global fishing practices may have been less sustainable: study Maine News Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 20
Study: Conditions of World’s Fish Stocks may have been Worse than thought West California News Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller/Sea Around Us January 20
Overfishing Is Worse Than We Knew Newsers Daniel Pauly January 19
Más de 30 millones de toneladas de peces se extraen al año en forma clandestina T13 Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 22
Sea star wasting disease among worst wildlife die-offs say scientists CBC News Chris Harley January 21
Global overfishing vastly underreported, study says California Post Daniel Pauly January 19
Why we've been hugely underestimating the overfishing of the oceans Alaska Dispatch News Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Overfishing is underreported, says a new UBC study Global News Daniel Pauly January 19
Global fish catch drastically underreported by 32 billion kg annually Market Business News Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Study finds 30 percent of global fish catch is unreported Phys.org Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Global sea-food catching records are different than the UN’s, study says Pulse Daniel Pauly January 19
Oceans running out of fish as undeclared catches add a third to official figures The Ecologist Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Rashid Sumaila/Dirk Zeller January 19
Wir essen die Weltmeere leer Zeit Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 19
El 30% de las capturas pesqueras mundiales no se declara oficialmente El Mundo Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 19
El 30 por ciento de la pesca mundial no se declara oficialmente Publico Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 19
La humanidad pesca 32 millones de toneladas de peces a escondidas El Pais Daniel Pauly January 19
Plus de plastique que de poisson en mer, en 2050 Le Matin IOF January 19
Pêche: des prises mondiales en déclin et pourtant largement sous-estimées Le Parisien Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Plunder of the seas almost a third greater than reported The Australian Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
La surpêche et le déclin des ressources ont été largement sous-estimés Le Monde Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Fish in the sea not so plentiful, UBC study suggests Globe and Mail Daniel Pauly January 19
Biodiversité : les vrais chiffres de la pêche passés sous silence Radio Canada Daniel Pauly January 19
Ocean fish catches 50% higher than reported, study suggests CBC News Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Overfishing causing global catches to fall three times faster than estimated The Guardian Daniel Pauly January 19
Official statistics understate global fish catch, new estimate concludes Science Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dyhia Belhabib January 19
We may be running out of fish far faster than we realized Quartz Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Global Overfishing Far Greater Than Estimated Discovery News Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Global fishing catch significantly under-reported, says study BBC News Daniel Pauly January 19
Missing fish: 30 percent of global fish catch unreported UPI Daniel Pauly January 19
Study: Global Fish Catch Drastically Underreported VOA News Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly January 19
Independent study tallies 'true catch' of global fishing nature Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Plenty Of Fish In The Sea? Maybe Not, Says Study NDTV Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Why we’ve been hugely underestimating the overfishing of the oceans The Washington Post Sea Around Us/Daniel Pauly/Dirk Zeller January 19
Overfishing is underreported, says a new UBC study Global News Daniel Pauly January 19
Salmon leaps past shrimp in global fish market Financial Times Daniel Pauly January 18
Global warming could decrease B.C. First Nations’ fish catch by half Global News William Cheung January 14
Global warming could decrease B.C. First Nations’ fish catch by half KUOW 94.9 William Cheung January 14
Climate change could cut First Nations fisheries’ catch in half Vancouver Observer William Cheung January 14
Scientists say climate change is threatening the lifeblood of Canada’s native people CTV News William Cheung/Yoshitaka Ota January 13
Scientists say climate change is threatening the lifeblood of Canada’s native people The Washington Post William Cheung/Lauren Weatherdon January 13
New study predicts significant declines in B.C. native fish catches due to climate change Vancouver Sun Nereus Program/Lauren Weatherdon January 12
A day at the aquarium The Ubyssey David Rosen January 12
'Huge' Atlantic lobster washed up in Vancouver likely set free by animal lovers CBC News Chris Harley January 6