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Le norme che tutelano i fondali marini ci sono ma restano sulla carta il Manifesto Daniel Pauly November 3
AI may help authorities track ‘ghost’ fishing boats Science Rashid Sumaila November 2
Antidotes for ecological forgetfulness High Country News Daniel Pauly November 1
UBC sends community delegation to world climate conference The Ubyssey Verónica Relaño October 31
Ecologists and Mental Health Researchers Unite to Improve Patient Care, Save Wild Animals Using Fitbit-like Devices CanSSI Marie Auger-Methe October 31
The planet has lost 83% of its freshwater aquatic life in 50 years, finds report Mongabay Andrea Reid October 27
Ocean Calls podcast: Inside the murky world of illegal fishing Euronews Daniel Pauly October 27
Narwhal Migratory Patterns Are Altering in Response To Increased Pressure From Changing Arctic Conditions Nature World News Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 27
Narwhals are modifying their behavior due to climate change Earth.com Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 27
As Sea Ice Retreats, Narwhals Are Changing Their Migration Patterns Eurasia Review Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 26
Oceana Canada’s Science Symposium Oceana Rashid Sumaila October 26
Climate change driving narwhals to change migration timings Eye on the Arctic Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 26
Italian chefs are cooking up a solution to booming jellyfish populations Popular Science Lucas Brotz October 25
As sea ice retreats, narwhals are changing their migration patterns EurekAlert! Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 25
As sea ice retreats, narwhals are changing their migration patterns Science Daily Courtney Shuert and Marie Auger-Méthé October 25
Fossil fuel multinationals can never pay Africa enough compensation – the price is life on Earth Daily Maverick Daniel Pauly October 24
Narwhals adapting to climate crisis by delaying migration, study finds The Gaurdian Courtney Shuert October 24
The Outlaw Ocean (Episode 5: Waves of Extraction) CBC Podcasts Daniel Pauly October 24
Experts are calling to halt fishing in Antarctica Earth.com Rashid Sumaila October 21
Researchers Call For Action To Stop Exploitation Of Antarctic Waters Eurasia Review Rashid Sumaila October 21
Southern Ocean Majorly Suffers from Climate Change AZoCleanteach Rashid Sumaila October 21
Scientists call for action to stop exploitation of Antarctic waters Mirage.News Rashid Sumaila October 21
Snow crab has virtually disappeared from the Bering Sea La Presse William Cheung October 20
Snow crab has virtually disappeared from the Bering Sea Ol Canadian William Cheung October 20
How do you protect fish that swim beyond your safety net? Science Daniel Pauly October 20
Researchers call for action to stop exploitation of Antarctic waters EurekAlert! Rashid Sumaila October 20
Extending legal rights to nature could help counter biodiversity collapse, says environmental lawyer CBC Radio Andrea Reid October 19
Murder at Sea Hakai Magazine Rashid Sumaila October 18
Nominees named for global conservation honor Inside INdiana Business Amanda Vincent October 18
Sea Around Us Team Salutes the Sockeye Sea Around Us Daniel Pauly October 18
There Are Too Many Jellyfish in the Mediterranean. Why Not Eat Them? The Atlantic Lucas Brotz October 15
The New EU-US Data Privacy Framework is Finally Here, Or Is It? Nasdaq Daniel Pauly October 11
Something’s Jellyfishy in the State of Italy Hakai Magazine Lucas Brotz October 11
Footage shows pod of orcas killing a great white shark and devouring its liver CBC Radio Josh McInnis October 7
Making it easier for all countries to perform fish stock assessments MAVA Sea Around Us October 5
A FISHERIES SCIENTIST IN PENANG, MALAYSIA Sea Around Us Daniel Pauly October 3
48 jours en Antarctique pour photographier la salpe, un plancton voyageur CBC Radio- Canada Alexis Bahl October 1
Globe Climate: Why getting women and girls in the fishing boat is good for the environment The Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila September 26
UBC researchers embark on voyage to study how climate change affects tiny ocean creature  The Province Alexis Bahl September 22
As chinook salmon get thinner and fewer, southern resident killer whales struggle to find enough food National Post Fanny Couture September 21
Sea Around Us PhD Candidate Going to COP27

Sea Around Us Verónica Relaño September 15
Las medusas, peligro para los turistas y curiosidad para la ciencia Forbes México Jessica Schaub August 26
A humpback whale of a Squamish tale Glacier Media via Castanet, Squamish Chief, Pique Newsmagazine Andrew Trites August 23
B.C. salmon, shellfish may soon become luxury of the rich, experts warn
Global via The Edge 102.1 William Cheung, Andrea Reid, Chris Harley August 19
Rare white transient orca "Frostbite" spotted in BC (52:45 mark) CBC News Josh McInnes August 11
Rare white orca spotted in shallow waters off Vancouver Island
CBC News Josh McInnes August 11
B.C. ocean’s worth of almost $5 billion to GDP likely underestimate Mirage News Rashid Sumaila August 10
Contribution of almost $5 billion to GDP from British Columbia's ocean likely an underestimate Rashid Sumaila August 9
What is the ocean worth (1:17:29 mark) CBC - Daybreak North Rashid Sumaila August 10
What is the ocean worth (52.50 mark) CBC - Daybreak South Rashid Sumaila August 10
Have you ever wondered just how much the ocean is really worth? CBC Early Edition Rashid Sumaila August 8
Local Stakeholder Involvement Key to Understanding Protection Level of MPAs Sea Around Us Verónica Relaño August 5
Close encounter with humpback whale terrifies — and delights — B.C. family
CBC News via Yahoo, Times Colonist via Vancouver Sun, Castanet Andrew Trites August 4
Threat of ‘heatflation’ looms large as climate change shrinks farm and seafood output, experts say
South China Morning Post Rashid Sumaila July 29
“El acuerdo pesquero de la OMC debe reforzarse más” Faro de Vigo Rashid Sumaila July 25
Overfishing Urgently Needs Reeling in to Cope With Climate Change Sentient Media Rashid Sumaila July 20
La primera versión de Puerto de Ideas Biobío pondrá su foco en la naturaleza El Mercurio Rashid Sumaila July 16
New Indigenous leadership circle is set to advise presidents of the Tri-Councils University Affairs Alex Duncan July 15
Nouvelle naissance chez les épaulards résidents du Sud
ICI Radio-Canada Andrew Trites July 12
B.C.’s sea life is bouncing back, slowly, after the 2021 heat dome
The Narwhal William Cheung July 11
Diminishing Chinook salmon population impacting killer whales
KCBS Radio Fanny Couture July 11
Warming Trends: Carbon-Neutral Concrete, Climate-Altered Menus and Olympic Skiing in Vanuatu Inside Climate News William Cheung July 9
UBC PhD student takes to trans-national waters to study jellyfish bloom mischief Black Press via Kelowna Capital News Jessica Schaub July 7
Dead Orca Wrapped in Fishing Gear Spotted Off Oregon in Rare Entanglement Newsweek Josh McInnes July 5
Survey confirms Whatcom’s local killer whales are going hungry, affecting their health The Bellingham Herald Fanny Couture July 4
B.C. women get an up-close encounter with humpback whale off coast of Vancouver Island CBC Andrew Trites July 3
The Birth of ‘J59’ brings hope for B.C.’s starving killer whale community Toronto Star Fanny Couture July 2
Meet the researchers studying seabirds — and finding ways to protect them from the changing climate CTV News Joanna Wong July 2
UBC researcher planning jellyfish world tour CTV News Jessica Schaub July 2
COMMENTARY: When it comes to the scientific view, the prospects for Northern cod aren’t great Saltwire George Rose July 2
130-Year-Old Menus Show How Climate Change Affects What We Eat Wired William Cheung July 2
It’s Taken More than 20 Years and Is Full of Holes, but a New International Agreement Targets Fishing Subsidies
Hakai Magazine Rashid Sumaila July 1
The cod delusion Candian Geographic George Rose, Louise Teh, Rashid Sumaila, Rebecca Schjins July 1
Aquaculture drives aquatic food yields to new high Japan Today Rashid Sumaila June 30
Boaters, sightseers told to keep distance from southern resident orcas deemed ‘vulnerable’ Seattle Times Fanny Couture, Villy Christensen/td> June 30
Ressources halieutiques : l’océan toujours plus surexploité
Le Monde Rashid Sumaila June 29
Photographing Vancouver’s Nudis The Tyee Chris Harley June 29
Resident Killer Whales aren't eating enough
CKNW Mornings with Simi Sara Fanny Couture June 28
UBC study finds seals eat more chinook than orcas do
Glacier Media via New Westminster Record Villy Christensen, Fanny Couture June 27
130-Year-Old Menus Show How Climate Change Is Already Affecting What We Eat
Hakai Magazine William Cheung June 27
Oceans saved us, now we can return the favour
Agence France-Presse via MSN Rashid Sumaila June 25
Single-use plastic ban a ‘monumental’ step in protecting Canada’s oceans: advocate
Black Press via Kelowna Capital News Juan Jose Alava June 21
We have to ensure we don't empty the oceans: Professor
BNN Bloomberg Rashid Sumaila June 21
5 Truths About the Seafood Industry That Will Make You Lose Your Appetite
Eat This, Not That Rashid Sumaila June 21
Ancient fish bones on Vancouver Island may help us adapt to climate change, researchers say
CTV News William Cheung June 21
First WTO deal on fishing subsidies hailed as historic despite ‘big holes’ The Guardian Rashid Sumaila June 21
Single-use plastic ban a ‘monumental’ step in protecting Canada’s oceans: advocate Tofino-Ucluelet Westerley News Juan Jose Alava June 20
Canada's single-use plastic ban: Sales of bags, takeout containers, cutlery set to end CTV News Rashid Sumaila June 20
The Federal Plastic ban CKNW News - Jas Johal Show Juan Jose Alava June 20
Government of Canada delivers on commitment to ban harmful single-use plastics CKNW - Jill Bennett Show Rashid Sumaila June 20
Solving food insecurity issues Simi Sara - CKNW William Cheung June 20
UBC researchers to lead international team to find solutions to food security issues Vancouver Sun William Cheung June 19
The answer to Britain’s farming crisis? It’s in these books Telegraph Daniel Pauly June 19
How an oily fish is connecting Nisg̱a’a youth to the land Yahoo Andrea Reid, Kasey Stirling, Kate Mussett June 18
How an oily fish is connecting Nisg̱a’a youth to the land The Narwhal Andrea Reid, Kasey Stirling, Kate Mussett June 18
WTO finally nets deal curbing fisheries subsidies, but tables key bits for later Mongabay Rashid Sumaila June 17
Canada on board for ending subsidies that promote overfishing at WTO meeting CBC News Rashid Sumaila June 15
Experts blow hole in claims of blue whale off Canadian coast AAP Factcheck Andrew Trites June 15
Heat waves are expected to continue, and B.C. needs to act in order to protect its fish: prof North Island Gazette William Cheung June 14
Hydromedusa jellyfish could see explosive growth in B.C. Squamish Chief Florian Lüskow June 14
Heat waves are expected to continue, and B.C. needs to act in order to protect its fish: prof Agassiz Harrison Observer William Cheung June 14
Hydromedusa jellyfish could see explosive growth in B.C. Alaska Highway News Florian Lüskow June 14
Bringing AI to commercial fishing usiness in Vancouver Daniel Pauly June 9
Orca sightings along the Oregon Coast are up Mail Tribune Josh McInnes June 9
WTO hopes to avoid stalemate at upcoming Geneva ministerial Financial Express Rashid Sumaila June 9
Vietnam Protesting China’s Fishing Ban in Waters Hanoi Claims Voice of America via Irish Sun Daniel Pauly June 9
Thousands of previously undescribed viruses found by huge ocean survey New Scientist Curtis Suttle June 9
Huge 30-Foot Orca Swims Under Oregon Fishing Boat: 'I Didn't Like That at All' Newsweek Josh McInnes June 9
Group unveils Canada's 1st cigarette surfboard in battle against plastic pollution Q107 Juan Jose Alava June 8
A Little More Conversation: World Oceans Day CKNW Juan Jose Alava June 8
W'Two-eyed seeing' as a way to decolonize western science
KUOW Andrea Reid June 7
Why You May Start Seeing More Squid Served At Restaurants Testing Table William Cheung June 7
Beijing Biang Keroknya, Ahli Ungkap Persediaan Perikanan di Laut China Selatan Terancam: Mengkhawatirkan Zona Jakarta Rashid Sumaila June 5
Orca sightings along the Oregon Coast are up Mail Tribune Josh McInnes June 5
Killer whale sightings reported off Oregon Coast near Depoe Bay Register Guard Josh McInnes June 5
Local orca sightings featured in Newsweek Newport News Times Josh McInnes June 1
Pouvons-nous garantir une infinité de poissons aux générations futures? Journal Metro Rashid Sumaila June 1
Killer Whale Cruising Cape Cod Waters Is 30ft Bull Named 'Old Thom' Newsweek Josh McInnes May 31
Placer le savoir autochtone au coeur des recherches scientifiques
Newsweek Andrea Reid May 30
Orca sightings along the Oregon coast are up, and so are their populations Oregon Live Josh McInnes May 27
India wants WTO fishery pact to offer equitable space for growth Financial Express Rashid Sumaila May 26
Managing fish stocks shared by nations must focus on the impacts of climate change The Conversation Juliano Palacios Abrantes May 26
The future of fishing and fish and the health of the ocean hinges on economics and the idea of ‘infinity fish’ Canadian Manufacturing Rashid Sumaila May 25
The future of fishing and fish -- and the health of the ocean -- hinges on economics and the idea of 'infinity fish' National Post Rashid Sumaila May 25
Alarming Number of Orca Descend on Oregon Coast To Feast on Seal Pups Newsweek Josh McInnes May 25
Death by a thousand cuts – saving the ocean and its species LA Source Juan Jose Alava May 24
Are sea lions and seals eating too much of B.C.’s salmon? The answer may lead to a cull
Toronto Star Carl Waters, Benjamin Nelson May 22
Climate Change Is Shifting What Seafood Restaurants like Tojo’s Source and Serve
The Tyee William Cheung May 20
Mapping The Pacific's Busiest 'Blue Corridors' Could Help Us Save Fish Populations Science Alert Daniel Pauly May 17
Prioritizing Indigenous Knowledge about Wild Pacific Salmon The Tyee Andrea Reid May 17
Opinion: Orange County fire magnifies a stunning truth about climate change CNN Daniel Pauly May 17
Pollution kills 9 million people globally a year, new study finds Q107 Rashid Sumaila May 17
Climate change is now on the menu at seafood restaurants The Conversation William Cheung May 16
Learning from Indigenous knowledge holders on the state and future of wild Pacific salmon The Conversation Andrea Reid May 16
COVID-19 update for May 14-15 Vancouver Sun Juan Jose Alava May 14
B.C. First Nation Elders say salmon catches have dropped 83% Glacier Media via Richmond News Andrea Reid May 13
How Indigenous knowledge keepers are helping with salmon research on the Skeena, Nass, and Fraser rivers CBC Daybreak North Andrea Reid May 13
How Restaurant Menus Mirror Our Warming Ocean Science Friday William Cheung May 13
How PPE litter is making the plastic pollution in oceans even worse Global News Rashid Sumaila May 13
Un milliard d’articles à usage unique dans les déchets de Metro Vancouver en 2021 Radio Canada Juan Jose Alava May 12
Equivalent of 94 masks per person tossed into Metro Vancouver trash in 2021 Vancouver Sun Rashid Sumaila/Juan Jose Alava May 11
PMillones de toneladas de animales muertos: el creciente escándalo de los residuos pesqueros La Lista Rashid Sumaila May 11
PExperts pinpoint “blue corridors” for large migratory fish Earth.com Veronica Relano, Daniel Pauly May 10
Millions of tonnes of dead animals: the growing scandal of fish waste The Guardian Rashid Sumaila May 9
Canada’s largest EVER private conservation project Canadian Geographic William Cheung May 4
Vietnam protests as China declares annual South China Sea fishing ban Radio Free Asia Rashid Sumaila May 2
Boats behaving badly: New report analyzes China’s own fisheries data Mongabay Rashid Sumaila April 28
UBC study reveals how global warming has changed restaurant seafood menus Digital Journal William Cheung April 25
More squid, less sockeye salmon on menus 980 CKNW Mornings With Simi William Cheung April 22
Des défenseurs de l’environnement déterminés à vous inspirer CBC Radio Canada Gabriel Reygondeau April 22
Julia Fast, Joana De Capitani and Kathleen Gill: It's past time Canada banned dumping of ship scrubber discharge into our waters Vancouver Sun ulia Fast, Joana De Capitani and Kathleen Gill April 21
Jumbo flying squid landing on menus as climate shifts seafood supply: UBC study Vernon Morning Star William Cheung April 21
Sardines, squid could supplant salmon on B.C. menus amid climate change: UBC study Global News William Cheung April 22
Sushi As We Know It Will Not Survive. Can the Restaurant Industry Reinvent It? Bon Appétit Daniel Pauly April 22
Vancouver's historical seafood menus offer hints of climate change impact: UBC study Vancouver Sun William Cheung April 21
Daniel Pauly: “Peak Fish and Other Ocean Realities” The Great Simplification Daniel Pauly April 20
Conference participants say the link between climate and ocean has been forgotten BOB FM Rashid Sumaila April 20
Going viral: 6 new findings about viruses Live Science Curtis Suttle April 18
UBC scientist aboard Russian research ship navigated uncertainty amid Ukraine invasion Globe and Mail Evgeny Pakhomov April 17
Canadian researcher trapped on Russian ship when war broke out CBC Quirks and Quarks Evgeny Pakhomov April 18
Will 2022 mark a turning point in the regulation or banning of bottom trawling? Equal Times Daniel Pauly March 25
3 ASU women featured in statue exhibit in Washington, D.C. ASU Daniel Pauly March 17
Africa can help save the natural world and the livelihoods of Africans Mail and Guardian Rashid Sumaila March 11
North Americans have already used up their share of the planet’s resources for the year. It’s clear that climate action needs a reboot The Globe and Mail Kai Chan March 11
Climate change set to upend global fishery agreements, study warns Mongabay Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, Daniel Pauly March 9
Canada's oil, gas emissions cap may wait until 2023, leaving climate plan hole Vancouver Sun Simon Donner March 9
Canada's oil, gas emissions cap may wait until 2023, leaving climate plan hole Reuters Simon Donner March 8
Return of the titans: 1,000 giant fish poured into Tonle Sap Lake Nation Thailand Daniel Pauly March 5
Climate report warns of small 'window' for action: UBC professor Vancouver Sun Simon Donner March 3
Des milliards de personnes et tous les écosystèmes souffrent déjà du changement climatique Reuters Simon Donner February 27
Amnezia generațională. Termenul „copiii din ziua de azi” provine de la uitarea procesului de maturizare Evz.ro Daniel Pauly February 27
Curtis Suttle interviewed on North by Northwest with Sheryl MacKay CBC Listen Curtis Suttle February 19
Investment in conserving land, oceans can benefit economies and the environment Engineering News Rashid Sumaila February 17
New models help predict early spawning of fish caused by climate change Florida News Times Daniel Pauly February 17
Chris Harley interviewed on North by Northwest with Sheryl MacKay CBC Listen Curtis Suttle February 12
Mercure, surpêche, montée des températures... Restera-t-il encore des poissons en 2100? L'express Ibrahim Issifu, Vicky Lam, Juan Jose Alava, Rashid Sumaila February 9
Many fish species will be under extreme pressure by 2100 earth.com Ibrahim Issifu, Vicky Lam, Juan Jose Alava, Rashid Sumaila February 8
Dublin Bay prawn, sole, and hake could vanish by 2100 due to rising temperatures The Irish Examiner Ibrahim Issifu, Vicky Lam, Juan Jose Alava February 8
Europe’s most highly-fished species ‘will be reduced to fraction’ by 2100 The Independent Ibrahim Issifu, Vicky Lam, Juan Jose Alava, Rashid Sumaila February 8
Climate change could spark fish wars around the globe CBC Quirks and Quarks with Bob McDonald Gabriel Reygondeau February 5
Male elephant seals aim to get huge or die trying Science News Andrew Trites February 4
A summer camp for salmon Mornings with Simi 980 CKNW Andrea Reid January 31
Warming oceans could set off cross-border fish fights The Record William Cheung, Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, Gabriel Reygondeau January 30
Warming oceans could set off cross-border fish fights Welland Tribune William Cheung, Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, Gabriel Reygondeau January 30
How to sustainably manage wild fisheries Stanford News Colette Wabnitz January 24
Climate change could spark international fish fights Canada's National Observer Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung, Gabriel Reygondeau January 19
Are fish on the move due to climate change? The Mike Smyth Show 980 CKNW Juliano Palacios-Abrantes January 19
New statistical tool could improve killer whale conservation earth.com Evan Sidrow, Marie Auger-Méthé January 18
In hot water: Ocean warming hits another record high on climate change Mongabay William Cheung January 14
Researchers identify link between respiratory stress and fish reproduction The Fish Site Daniel Pauly January 13
Whale sightings in Salish Sea up as humpbacks, Bigg’s killer whales return Chek News Andrew Trites January 11
Respiratory stress is linked to the sexual maturation of fish earth.com Daniel Pauly January 8
Data confirm link between respiratory stress and fish reproduction Phys.Org Daniel Pauly January 7
Climate change threatens one of world’s biggest fish harvests Science William Cheung January 6
Overfishing fuels South China Sea tensions, risks armed conflict, researcher says Radio Free Asia Rashid Sumaila January 5

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Scientists warn of fisheries collapse in East and South China Sea Seafood Source Rashid Sumaila December 31
Rashid Sumaila - On Fisheries and Economics CiTR 101.9 FM Rashid Sumaila December 30
Excerpt: The Ocean’s Whistleblower Canadian Geographic Daniel Pauly December 14
The woman saving seahorses from 'annihilation fishing' CTV News Vancouver Muhammed Oyinlola, William Cheung December 14
'Climate change affects everything': Farmed seafood supply at risk if no climate action is taken, B.C. study suggests CNN Amanda Vincent December 13
In the wake of COP26, Asia’s troubled oceans must not be left high and dry South China Morning Post Rashid Sumaila December 12
A choral reef: Fish SONGS are recorded for the first time on Indonesian atoll restored to health Daily Mail William Cheung December 7
Sea lice at five aquaculture sites; a Deep Reads on eels CBC Listen: The Broadcast with Jane Adey Jessica Schaub December 7
UBC research helps crack sea lion mystery Global News Rhea Storlund December 2
New Fisheries Minister Murray has list of ‘urgent’ priorities to grapple with The Hill Times Andrew Trites December 1
2,000-Year-Old Salmon DNA Reveals Secret to Sustainable Fisheries The Scientist Jesse Morin November 29
Consider need over deals when Black Friday bargain hunting, experts say Saanich News Juan Jose Alava November 26
Canada’s British Columbia feels the effects of climate change Hindustan Times Simon Donner November 25
How governments finance the ruin of our oceans The World Daniel Pauly November 23
Report shares good and bad news for Canada’s fisheries Global News Rashid Sumaila November 21
How green are your purchases? Global News Kai Chan November 20
Want to Save a Failing Fishery? Take the Long View Hakai Magazine Rebecca Schijns November 17
Fishery subsidy: India to seek fairer deal at WTO Financial Express Rashid Sumaila November 15
Plenty of fish in the ocean? Not so around China, says study warning of seafood collapse South China Morning Post Rashid Sumaila November 13
For Local Fishers to Compete, African Leaders Must Urge WTO Members to End Harmful Subsidies CBC Listen On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko Rashid Sumaila November 12
Smithsonian exhibit explores threats facing endangered B.C. whales/a> CBC News: The National Andrew Trites November 12
Talking about oceans at COP26 allAfrica Rashid Sumaila November 12
Canada: Indigenous people fished sustainably for 1,000 years before settlers arrived – study The Guardian Jesse Morin November 10
Sustainable management of salmon fishery before colonization revealed in B.C. study CTV News Vancouver Jesse Morin November 10
B.C. study shows sustainable management of salmon fishery before colonization The Globe and Mail Jesse Morin November 10
Atomic isotopes solve mystery about jellyfish diet ZME Science Jessica Schaub November 9
Meet Outer Coast Killer Whales, Big Game Hunters of the Deep Atlas Obscura Josh McInnes November 8
Dolphins play with orcas Castanet Andrew Trites November 5
We’re Turning the Oceans Into Floating Farms – All For One Unnecessary Reason One Green Planet Daniel Pauly November 4
Biologists vastly underestimated how much whales eat and poop Popular Science Evgeny Pakhomov November 4
Sink or Swim: Asia's marine fisheries at risk of collapse, leading scientists warn Taiwan News Rashid Sumaila November 3
Jellyfish invasion causes shutdown of UK nuclear power plant The Weather Network Lucas Brotz November 1
« Il commence à être trop tard », estime un chercheur de l’UBC en réponse à la COP26 ICI Colombie-Britannique–Yukon CBC Radio Canadav Gabriel Reygondeau October 31
Experts are trying to convince WTO to ban harmful fisheries subsidies GBNews 24 Rashid Sumaila October 29
Misadventures of container ship MV ZIM Kingston highlight the risks of marine traffic off B.C.’s ecologically fragile coast The Globe and Mail Juan Jose Alava October 29
COP26 is a circus with a purpose: Putting climate change in the spotlight so no country can ignore it The Globe and Mail Simon Donner October 28
Why fish really get sexually active Florida News Times Daniel Pauly October 26
Fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly's life is one for the books Vancouver Sun Daniel Pauly October 26
Fires in cargo ship off B.C. coast may take days to put out: coast guard North Shore News Juan Jose Alava October 26
Whitewashing ‘Blue Food’ Won’t Make the World More Green Wired Daniel Pauly October 24
Why a lack of fish droppings endangers carbon sequestration in the ocean Market Research Telecast Daniel Pauly October 23
Dr Daniel Pauly, oceans and fisheries scientist and professor at UBC talks to North by Northwest CBC Radio about his extraordinary life and work CBC Listen North by Northwest Daniel Pauly October 23
Doubling of global demand for aquatic foods calls for a 'blue food revolution' to tackle climate change and malnutrition Global News 640 Toronto The Kelly Cutrara Show Rashid Sumaila October 20
Under the CGI? Scientists use virtual reality to get people to care more about oceans CBC The Current Colette Wabnitz October 19
Researchers make surprising discovery while tracking Chinook salmon in Salish Sea, B.C. The Seattle Times Andrew Trites October 18
Narwhals leave infrared 'fluke-prints' in the ocean that can be seen with aerial cameras CBC Quirks and Quarks Katie Florko October 15
Mysterious type of orca is the big game hunter of the sea iNFOnews.ca Josh McInnes October 14
Shedding light on mysterious jellyfish diets Phys.org Jessica Schaub, Brian Hunt October 14
Study casts doubt on chinook abundance impacting orcas Business Intelligence for B.C. Mei Sato, Andrew Trites October 13
Charges pending after reports killer whale buffer zones routinely violated: DFO North Shore News Andrew Trites October 12
Southern resident killer whales do not lack summer prey: UBC researchers Global News Mei Sato, Andrew Trites October 12
Killer whales spotted in Vancouver's Coal Harbour a sign of return to balanced ecosystem, expert says CBC Andrew Trites October 10
A group of little-known killer whales have been identified as big hunters of the sea CNN Andrew Trites October 8
Fishing is a lucrative industry. Why is Canada giving its investors a break? Canada's National Observer Santiago de la Puente October 8
Climate scientists should pay more attention to fish poop. Really. Vox William Cheung October 8
B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones Pique News Magazine Andrew Trites October 7
New method for predicting response of ecosystems to marine heatwaves developed by international collaboration Mirage Christopher Harley October 7
B.C. whale-watch operators, fishers 'routinely violating' killer whale buffer zones Coast Reporter Andrew Trites October 7
Virtual reality may help us develop empathy for oceans and marine life National Post Colette Wabnitz October 6
Researchers identify deep-water transient orca groups Times Colonist Josh McInnes October 6
Pacific salmon are struggling. Researchers think heat waves could wipe them out Canada's National Observer William Cheung October 6
New species of killer whale that hunts sea mammals discovered: report New York Post Josh McInnes October 6
B.C. researchers find little-known type of killer whale The Weather Network Josh McInnes October 6
B.C. salmon could drastically decline due to extreme temperature events: UBC report CTV News: Vancouver Island William Cheung October 5
Virtual reality may help us develop empathy for oceans and marine life The Conversation Colette Wabnitz October 5
Two threatened whale groups had a mini baby boom, but not because of lockdown Mongabay Andrew Trites October 5
Les épaulards migrateurs de la côte Pacifique seraient divisés en communautés Radio Canada Josh McInnes October 5
These Indigenous fishers hold DFO accountable for B.C.'s shocking salmon decline Canada's National Observer Andrea Reid October 5
Unlocking the Mysteries of the Outer Coast Killer Whales Hakai Magazine Josh McInnes October 4
Extreme heat could destroy six percent of Canada’s fish catches: UBC study My Cowichan Valley Now William Cheung October 4
Report sheds light on mysterious group of ‘outer coast’ killer whales CHEK News Josh McInnes October 4
Here are 7 dolphins you could spot in B.C. waters Vancouver is Awesome Andrew Trites September 30
Degraded Coral Reefs May Be More Resistant to Climate Change Eos Sara Cannon September 29
Concerns About Licensing CBC Radio Labrador Morning Villy Christensen September 28
The Tough Start and Groundbreaking Career of UBC's Dr. Daniel Pauly The Maritime Executive Daniel Pauly September 28
Les récifs coralliens ont diminué de moitié depuis les années 1950 Radio Canada Science Gabriel Reygondeau September 26
Small Fry: Peru’s fishermen battle China’s overseas fleet The Seattle Times Daniel Pauly September 26
China's Distant Waters Fleet Raises Overfishing Concerns VOA News Daniel Pauly September 25
Renewed WTO talks on subsidies zero in on overcapacity, overfishing Seafood Source Rashid Sumaila September 24
Global National: Sept. 24 Where's Wally? Segment Global News Andrew Trites September 24
World-renowned UBC fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly is the subject of a new biography The Georgia Straight Daniel Pauly September 24
Climate change and biodiversity need to be tackled in tandem to effect real change, experts say Capital Current William Cheung September 24
Dr. Daniel Pauly’s extraordinary life and work revealed in new book Science Magazine Daniel Pauly September 24
Bringing Fisheries Back from the Brink Scientific American Daniel Pauly September 23
Daniel Pauly: "El pescado es demasiado barato y no debería comerse a diario" El Mundo Daniel Pauly September 21
After Cod, Shrimp. After Shrimp? Mud The Tyee Daniel Pauly September 20
Bosques marinos: "Una hectárea de praderas de Posidonia secuestra tanto carbono como 15 de bosque amazónico" Cadena SER Daniel Pauly September 20
Surpêche, Seaspiracy, réchauffement climatique : état des lieux avec Daniel Pauly Science & Vie Daniel Pauly September 19
3 'critically endangered' B.C. killer whales are pregnant, scientists say CBC News Josh McInnes September 19
Coral reefs have lost half their ability to support communities, study finds Times Colonist William Cheung September 18
UBC study a ‘call to action’ to save coral reefs Global News William Cheung September 17
Three endangered J-pod orcas pregnant, say researchers CHEK News Josh McInnes September 17
Los arrecifes de coral han perdido el 50% de su 'utilidad' en 70 años notimérica Tyler Eddy September 17
Global coral cover has fallen by half since 1950s, analysis finds The Guardian Tyler Eddy September 17
Warming seas cut marine mammals’ survival chances Eco-Business Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 16
Fish consumption to double by 2050, according to new report New Food Magazine Rashid Sumaila September 15
Fight ‘galamsey’ at high sea! Ghanian Times Rashid Sumaila September 15
Climate change could force Arctic seals to feed on 'marine junk food,' new UBC study suggests NewsNation USA Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 14
Continued sea ice loss could alter food web for some Arctic marine predators, says Canadian study Eye on the Arctic Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 10
US records hottest summer since the Dust Bowl, NOAA says Fox KTVU Christopher Harley September 9
Matriarch orca’s death may explain J pod’s absence, this scientist says The Discourse Andrew Trites September 9
Wildlife Wednesday: Is the iconic loon in trouble? Canadian Geographic Katie Florko September 8
Squid fishing trip in Green Bay; new study looks at 500 years of cod fishery CBC: The Broadcast with Jane Adey Rebecca Schijn September 8
Can Ancient Indigenous Technology Help Save BC’s Salmon? The Walrus William Cheung September 8
Climate change could force Arctic seals to feed on 'marine junk food,' new B.C. study suggests CTV News Vancouver Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 6
le poisson devient petit Marseille News Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 5
Climate change and biodiversity need to be tackled in tandem to effect real change, experts say Capital Current William Cheung September 3
Fish are literally shrinking in the Hudson Bay earth.com Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 2
Seals could be hit by shrinking portion sizes as scientists warn climate change will cause substantial prey like cod to die off, forcing them to hunt harder for smaller fish Daily Mail Katie Florko, Travis Tai September 1
Study of 500 years of cod catch data shows collapse could have been avoided Canadian Geographic Rebecca Schijns, Daniel Pauly August 31
High cod catches could have been sustained in Eastern Canada for decades, simple stock assessment method shows Phys.Org Rebecca Schijns, Daniel Pauly August 30
Surprising insights into the migrations of Arctic terns earth.com Marie Auger-Méthé, Joanna Wong August 28
Are Vietnamese fishers poachers? The reality is far more complex than that. Rappler Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung August 27
B.C.’s extreme heat is here to stay. Critics say government’s plan to deal with it is dangerously weak The Narwhal Rashid Sumaila August 24
UBC researchers part of team who unintentionally found new way to track narwhals Vancouver is Awesome Katie Florko August 17
Interview with Dr Rashid Sumaila: “When Africa calls, you’ve to go” A New Touch of Africa Rashid Sumaila August 16
Olympic advocates want Vancouver to bid on the 2030 Winter Games — but will climate change stop them? CBC Simon Donner August 14
Polluted coral reefs better for extreme heat News Talk 980 CKNW Sara Cannon August 12
Amnésia geracional: a perda de memória que prejudica o planeta BBC News Brazil Daniel Pauly August 8
Endangered southern resident killer whale presumed dead: expert Global News Andrew Trites August 7
Male southern resident killer whale possibly dead from cancer, says expert CBC Andrew Trites August 7
This Summer’s Heat Waves Cooked the Pacific Northwest Seafood Industry and Billions of Sea Animals Along with it aol.ca Christopher Harley August 6
Mystery of the deep: Behaviour of J pod orcas confounds researchers CBC Andrew Trites August 5
The case against the concept of biodiversity Vox Andrea Reid August 5
Disappearance of killer whales off west coast confounds researchers CBC News: The National Andrew Trites August 5
The Ingenious Ancient Technology Concealed in the Shallows Hakai Magazine William Cheung August 3
Baked barnacles, scorched cherries: the disastrous impact of heatwaves on plants and animals The Guardian Christopher Harley August 1
If the Hardiest Species Are Boiled Alive, What Happens to Humans? The Atlantic Christopher Harley July 31
Climate tipping points are difficult to predict. In Canada and beyond, they might have already arrived CBC Simon Donner July 30
Millions of seahorses caught as bycatch in Indian shores Mongabay Tanvi Vaidyanathan July 26
How subsidy is killing fisheries sector in Nigeria, others The Nation Rashid Sumaila July 25
Climate change, overfishing threatens food security in poorer countries: study CTV News William Cheung July 24
Almost zero reasons to worry about the ‘red tide’ in Vancouver say UBC experts Vancouver Is Awesome Brian Hunt July 23
Climate change may lead to global malnutrition Environment Journal William Cheung July 21
Climate change threatens vital micronutrients from fisheries earth.com William Cheung July 20
After 20 years, talks on scrapping fishing subsidies enter final stretch Climate Change News Rashid Sumaila July 19
Salmon and other sea life affected by recent heat waves, experts say CP24 Christopher Harley July 17
Heat wave in Pacific Northwest, Canada killed more than 1 billion sea creatures: researchers Fox News Christopher Harley July 17
Scientist's crusade to protect seahorses CNN News Amanda Vincent July 15
WTO’s reputation rides on upcoming deal to curb overfishing Aljazeera Daniel Pauly July 14
WTO seeks to land big prize after 20 years of fish talks Reuters Daniel Pauly July 13
Putting an end to billions in fishing subsidies could improve fish stocks and ocean health National Post Daniel Skerritt July 13
Millions of marine life boil on shores of Western Canada amid record-breaking heatwave Global News Simon Donner July 13
Explainer: What's at stake in WTO talks on fishing rules? Reuters Daniel Pauly July 9
Billions in fishing subsidies finance social, ecological harm, report finds Mongabay Daniel Pauly July 7
Billion seashore animals may have died during B.C. heat wave, says marine biologist Prince George Citizen Christopher Harley July 7
More than a billion seashore animals may have been cooked to death in Canada heatwave The Independent Christopher Harley July 6
More than a billion seashore animals may have cooked to death in B.C. heat wave, says UBC researcher CBC Christopher Harley July 5
More than 300 die suddenly in blistering Canadian heatwave The Times Simon Donner July 2
Ottawa to close about 60 per cent of commercial salmon fisheries to conserve stocks The National Post Andrew Trites June 30
Beyond coronavirus: the virus discoveries transforming biology nature Curtis Suttle June 30
Heat wave has unusual characteristic, high nighttime temperatures, expert says CTV News Simon Donner June 29
Nutritional tool creators question the value of using fishmeal for animal feeds The Fish Site Daniel Pauly June 29
B.C.'s heat wave: Intense weather event is linked to climate crisis, say scientists Vancouver Sun Simon Donner June 26
Climate crisis and nature decline must be tackled together, scientists say The Weather Network William Cheung June 25
Jun 26: The Quirks & Quarks listener question show CBC Andrew Trites June 25
How Indigenous memories can help save species from extinction Vox Andrea Reid, Daniel Pauly June 24
Coastal communities take the lead: How plans to safeguard Southeast Asia’s biodiverse waters are evolving Eco-Business William Cheung June 23</td
The Coelacanth May Live for a Century. That’s Not Great News Wired Daniel Pauly June 23
Lancaster University: Fish nutrition database to help combat malnutrition across the globe India Education Diary Deng Palomares June 19
Cook this: Oven roasted hake on citrusy greens from Rustica Vancouver Sun Murdoch McAllister June 17
Climate crisis and nature decline must be tackled together, scientists say The Weather Netword William Cheung June 15
The force that could redraw the peninsula of India BBC Tanvi Vaidyanath June 15
Global Pacific salmon numbers dropped sharply in 2020 Business in Vancouver Daniel Pauly June 15
Fish are caught in the middle of the catch-and-release debate The Globe and Mail Daniel Pauly June 12
In Mexico, dive tourism is worth as much as fishing Hakai Magazine Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor June 10
Can Joe Biden kick-start stalled progress on ocean conservation? China Dialogue Rashid Sumaila June 9
Orcas 'attacked' humpback mother and calf. Now the calf is missing. LiveScience Andrew Trites June 7
The promise of sustainable fisheries: a chat with actor, Sam Waterston Forbes Daniel Pauly June 7
It’s time for Canada to reconcile Indigenous ocean issues The Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila June 7
Seaspiracy, in the eyes of the experts China Dialogue Daniel Pauly June 7
Humpback mother and calf fend off orca attack in wild video captured off Nanaimo Chek News Andrew Trites June 1
Scientists become detectives to identify ‘ghost nets’ The Washington Post Daniel Pauly May 30
Can we untangle ecology from its baked-in colonial biases? Popular Science Andrea Reid May 27
Study seeks origins of ghost nets that haunt Hawaii's shores abc News Daniel Pauly May 27
China’s global predatory fishing plunders world’s oceans Diálogo Americas Daniel Pauly May 26
Excessive fishing reduces carbon sequestration by the oceans Market Research Telecast Rashid Sumaila May 24
Chickpea of the Sea New York Magazine Rashid Sumaila May 20
Dead humpback whale washes up on Haida Gwaii beach Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites May 16
How the big melt will change life for people and nature The Tyee Brian Hunt May 12
WTO deal 'doable' to stop subsidies that lead to over-fishing France 24 Rashid Sumaila May 11
Paul McCartney tells 4.1 million followers that ‘everyone should watch’ Seaspiracy Totally Vegan Buzz Daniel Pauly May 10
Sharp drop in leatherback sea turtles off West Coast called a troubling sign The Washington Post Daniel Pauly May 3
Global effort to save dwindling ocean fish faces moment of truth Bloomberg Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor May 3
Plastics and toxic chemicals are killing fish -- and poisoning us The National Observer Juan José Alava April 27
Small-scale fisheries can back food security efforts in Arabian Sea countries Phys.org Deng Palomares April 22
Respect for Indigenous knowledge must lead nature conservation efforts in Canada The Conversation Andrea Reid April 21
3 documentaries to watch instead of 'Seaspiracy' Outside Daniel Pauly April 20
Major drop in leatherback sea turtle population off US West Coast VOA Learning English Daniel Pauly April 17
Seaspiracy concludes ‘fishing is bad, go vegan’, but just how feasible is this? Eco Warrior Princess Daniel Pauly April 17
Moving Canada’s blue economy out of the shallows Business in Vancouver Rashid Sumaila April 16
Tracking Orcas with Tech: ‘The Images Took Our Breath Away’ The Tyee Andrew Trites April 15
What Netflix’s Seaspiracy gets wrong about fishing, explained by a marine biologist Vox Daniel Pauly April 13
Steep decline in giant sea turtles seen off US West Coast The Star Tribune Daniel Pauly April 8
China’s gone fishing The Wire China Rashid Sumaila April 4
Scientists identify major predator of juvenile B.C. salmon The Weather Network Zachary Sherker March 31
Disputes loom as cooler waters tempt fish The Good Men Project Gabriel Reygondeau March 28
We're all learning to love jellyfish now, thanks to climate change Eater William Cheung March 24
Virus, bacteria storms possible Weatherboy Curtis Suttle March 24
Seafloor trawl fishing may release as much carbon as air travel Smithsonian Magazine Rashid Sumaila March 22
Federal report reveals complex changes taking place in our oceans CBC Quirks and Quarks Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung March 19
The surprise catch of seafood trawling: Massive greenhouse gas emissions Vox Rashid Sumaila March 18
Bait and switch: Fish fraud rampant worldwide, new study shows New York Daily News Rashid Sumaila March 15
Revealed: seafood fraud happening on a vast global scale The Guardian Rashid Sumaila March 15
Blue herons identified as a significant predator of B.C.'s juvenile salmon Surrey Now-Leader Zachary Sherker March 11
UBC researcher discovers surprising new predator of juvenile salmon Global News Zachary Sherker March 9
How eight Pacific Island states are saving the world's tuna Foreign Policy Rashid Sumaila March 5
UBC ecologist Maria Lourdes Palomares studied fish from a glass-ceiling boat The Georgia Straight Maria Palomares March 3
Tuna's last stand Hakai Magazine Daniel Pauly March 2
Salmon smolts: Here today, guano tomorrow Hakai Magazine Zachary Sherker February 26
Canada's environment minister names expert group on net-zero emissions Toronto Star Simon Donner February 26
Changing the way we conduct research: advocating for sustainability science The Conversation Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 25
Dan Fumano: With flood infrastructure at 'high risk of failure,' Vancouver seeks upgrades Vancouver Sun Simon Donner February 24
Ecological decline can no longer prop our economy newsroom. Tony Pitcher, Daniel Pauly February 22
Fish moving polewards so they can breathe ABC News Daniel Pauly February 20
Skeena Voices:'Thanks to the fish I found my way home' Terrace Standard Andrea Reid February 19
Meet the Indigenous scientist charting the future of fisheries, one salmon at a time The Tyee/National Observer Andrea Reid February 17
Why Indigenous knowledge matters to the future of fisheries The Revelator Andrea Reid February 10
Indigenous fisheries centre at UBC aims to uplift community rights IndigiNews/APTN Andrea Reid February 9
A reef history of time The Monthly Daniel Pauly February 8
Humans are walloping sea creatures with deadly, disorienting noise Mother Jones Daniel Pauly February 5
Cacophony of human noise is hurting all marine life, scientists warn The Guardian Daniel Pauly February 4
Centre for Indigenous Fisheries launches at UBC Vancouver is Awesome Andrea Reid February 4
Fish farming has a plastic problem Environmental Health News Juan José Alava February 4
The rise of an empire Sentient Media Daniel Pauly January 29
Canadian First Nation deploys ROV in push for stronger marine protection Mongabay Andrea Reid January 25
Popular seafood species in sharp decline around the world My Vet Candy Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly January 21
B.C. researchers identify new tool to trace salmon at sea Surrey Now Leader Brian Hunt, Evgeny Pakhomov January 15
Shifting baselines: Our Elders' stories can tell us how good our future can be The Wire Science Daniel Pauly January 10
Studying seals in the Arctic and incorporating Indigenous knowledge into statistical methods. (starting at 1.21.02) CBC Radio - North by Northwest Rowenna Gryba January 10
Oceana Canada says DFO's cod rebuilding plans lack specific targets The Chronicle Herald George Rose, Carl Walters January 8
Gill development and water temperatures limit fish growth Earth.com Daniel Pauly January 7
Want to save B.C. salmon? Bring back Indigenous fishing systems, study says The Narwhal Andrea Reid January 6
"Shifting baselines" are changing what normal means Axios Daniel Pauly January 6
We know almost nothing about giant viruses The Atlantic Curtis Suttle January 5

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Slavery and overfishing at sea can't hide from these researchers The Verge Daniel Pauly December 21
Alaska’s Salmon Are Shrinking Earth Island Daniel Pauly December 15
Alaska’s Salmon Are Shrinking The Tyee Stephen Raverty December 15
B.C. research tool offers glimpse into the deep-sea lives of salmon Toronto Star Caroline Graham, Brian Hunt December 14
Scientists believe they have discovered a new whale species off Mexico’s west coast Global BC Andrew Trites December 9
What’s killing the killer whales in the Pacific Global BC Stephen Raverty December 7
In rare show of solidarity, 14 key nations commit to protect oceans MSN news Daniel Pauly December 4
In rare show of solidarity, 14 key nations commit to protect oceans National Geographic Daniel Pauly December 4
Ship strikes 'significant' cause of death for southern resident killer whales, UBC study finds CBC News Stephen Raverty December 3
China’s Monster Fishing Fleet Foreign Policy Daniel Pauly November 30
What the heck is going on with marine mammals in Vancouver waterways? Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows News David Rosen November 30
The New Wave of Fishless Fish Is Here Outside Magazine Daniel Pauly November 24
Grizzlies at the Table BESIDE media Brian Hunt November 24
Biggest hurdle for fish harvesters is buying into the industry, study finds National Observer Nathan Bennett November 24
WTO aiming to net fishing deal Yahoo News Rashid Sumaila November 22
How China’s vast and aggressive fishing fleet is kept afloat by Beijing Post Magazine Daniel Pauly November 21
Scientist Predicts the Future of Fishing Industry as Artisanal, Leaving Behind Large Industrial Fishing Fleets Nature World News Daniel Pauly November 18
Commercial marina again proposed for Union Bay Comox Valley Record Juan Jose Alava November 16
Sea lions throw a party on Cowichan Bay's federal breakwater to feast on spawning salmon North Shore News Andrew Trites November 12
7 ways to bridge the blue finance gap to protect the oceans Green Biz Rashid Sumaila November 9
Grizzly bear facial recognition promises to revolutionize wildlife management The Province Andrew Trites November 6
Why cracking down on the shark fin trade may be easier than we thought National Geographic Gabriel Reygondeau October 27
High-tech tracking devices shed wildlife’s secrets University Affairs Andrew Trites October 27
Bank loans scrutinized for harm to wildlife as well as climate Reuters Kai Chan October 27
UBC fisheries department supports Mi’kmaq lobster fishermen The Star IOF October 23
Your polyester sweater is destroying the environment. Here's why Hakai Magazine Brian Hunt October 23
What Would a British Columbia Seal and Sea Lion Cull Actually Entail? Hakai Magazine Carl Walters, Andrew Trites October 22
No Visas for Fish: New Study Emphasizes Importance of Cooperative Fisheries Management Ocean Solutions Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, Colette Wabnitz October 21
Mi'kmaq and commercial fishers argue over #Indigenous #fishing rights (starts at 37.27) CBC On the Coast Dianne Newell October 19
As climate change begins to bite, ending overfishing will safeguard our oceans’ health ǀ Euro News Rashid Sumaila October 19
The Chinese fleet, the world's largest, accused of spearheading decline in once-abundant squid stocks CTV News Daniel Pauly October 16
Subventions à la pêche : « Il existe plusieurs raisons au blocage des négociations » Le Monde Rashid Sumaila October 15
Port Moody to look at restoring log booms for seals, birds TriCity News Andrew Trites October 14
Researchers: EU is heading in the wrong direction with fisheries subsidies Baltic Eye Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt October 14
Seal population disappears from Burrard Inlet after habitat is removed CTV News Andrew Trites October 14
Fin de la surpêche : un cap inaccessible? ID4D Daniel Pauly October 12
‘A real disaster’: advocates fear removal of Port Moody log boom threatens baby seals TriCity News Andrew Trites October 12
Canada bans 6 forms of plastic CBC Early Edition Rashid Sumaila October 7
Now on Netflix: David Attenborough’s disappearing wilderness Grist Daniel Pauly October 7
Antarctic Commission Pursues Largest Conservation Action Ever Taken Forbes Rashid Sumaila October 6
10 intrigantes fatos sobre a água da Terra: 6. Há mais de 10^30 vírus nos oceanos do mundo Hype Science Curtis Suttle September 29
300 Chinese Fishing Ships Off South America Coast Raise Food Security Worries New Delhi Times Rashid Sumaila September 28
Western banks provide billions in backing for firms driving tuna species to collapse Unearthed Rashid Sumaila September 28
New baby orca's birth witnessed off Victoria Windsor Star Andrew Trites September 26
SciLit Week: Dr. Ussif Rashid Sumaila is saving the world’s oceans one fish at a time The Ubyssey Rashid Sumaila September 26
300 Chinese Fishing Ships Off South America Coast Raise Food Security Worries VOA News Rashid Sumaila September 25
More female southern resident killer whales needed for population growth: scientists North Shore News Andrew Trites September 25
More female southern resident killer whales needed for population growth: scientists Times Colonist Andrew Trites September 25
Nothing Eats Viruses, Right? Meet Some Hungry Protists New York Times Curtis Suttle September 24
Los protistas: los organismos que se alimentan de virus Yahoo Spain Curtis Suttle September 24
Researchers attach cameras to Pacific Northwest orcas, revealing a marvelous underwater world Seattle Times Andrew Trites September 20
Killer whales confirm their title as ocean's apex predator Yahoo News Andrew Trites September 18
Shell shock: B.C.’s oyster industry hopes to weather climate change National Observer research by Muhammed Oyinlola September 18
Is there an antidote to shifting baseline syndrome? Anthropocene Daniel Pauly September 16
Recreational B.C. boaters worst offenders for whale harassment Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites September 16
Kabar Baik, Kehidupan di Laut Membaik karena Pandemi Covid-19 Suara.com Andrew Trites September 16
7 Things We Learned from David Attenborough’s Heartbreaking Documentary about Extinction Global Citizen Daniel Pauly September 15
B.C. fish farming may be in hot water due to climate change National Observer Muhammed Oyinlola September 10
The origin of North Korea's 'ghost boats' BBC Future Daniel Pauly September 9
Industrial fishing reaches greater than half the ocean Pledge Times Daniel Pauly September 8
L'Aquarium de Vancouver ferme indéfiniment ses portes au public Radio Canada Andrew Trites September 1
Fraser sockeye fishery could be shut down for years Business in Vancouver Rashid Sumaila September 1
Fishing for change: Local management of Amazon’s largest fish also empowers women Mongabay Sarah Harper August 31
Freshwater jellyfish native to China spotted in Saanich lake Saanich News Florian Lueskow, Evgeny Pakhomov August 31
Carbon footprints are hard to understand — here’s what you need to know The Conversation Seth Wynes August 30
Think You’re Making Good Climate Choices? Take This Mini-Quiz The New York Times Seth Wynes August 30
Reintroducing sea otters is good for the environment and the economy, and both matter Massive Science Edward Gregr August 30
The Empty Space Where Normal Once Lived The Atlantic Daniel Pauly August 28
Closing Canadian fisheries would help rebuild stocks and lead to economic gains: study The Narwhal Rashid Sumaila August 28
Invasive jellyfish turn up in tiny Saanich lake Times Colonist Florian Lueskow, Evgeny Pakhomov August 27
Millions of viruses and bacteria fall from the sky every day Pledge Times Curtis Suttle August 26
Viruses have big impacts on ecology and evolution as well as human health The Economist Curtis Suttle August 20
Could Port Moody be home to a world-class marine research and education centre? Tri-City News Andrew Trites, David Rosen August 20
The Hunt for the Modern-Day Pirates Who Steal Millions of Tons of Fish From the Seas Smithsonian Magazine Daniel Pauly August 20
Polar Bears’ Dropped GPS Collars Reveal How Ice Drifts Scientific American Ron Togonuv August 18
‘Economic implications of protecting 30% world’s land’ The Guardian Nigeria Rashid Sumaila August 17
How China’s Expanding Fishing Fleet Is Depleting the World’s Oceans Yale E360 Daniel Pauly August 17
They outlived dinosaurs, but can glass sponge reefs survive man-made warming? Mongabay Chris Harley August 11
Tropical fisheries projected to decline 40 per cent by 2050s Mirage News rashid Sumaila August 11
Women are key to fisheries, so why don't they get credit? National Observer Sarah Harper August 10
Baiting and Abetting Hakai Magazine Juan Jose Alava August 10
Climate impacts on tropical fisheries may ripple across the globe Earth.com Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila August 6
Impact of climate change on tropical fisheries would create ripples across the world Science Daily Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Rashid Sumaila August 5
Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles Audubon William Cheung August 5
Treating fish as a public health asset can strengthen food security in lower income countries Phys.org Daniel Pauly August 5
Plastic Flow Into Ocean Expected to Triple by 2040, But Action Could Stem Tide More Than 80% SciTechDaily Rashid Sumaila July 31
Under the sea: What coronavirus is doing to the world’s marine mammals Global News Rashid Sumaila July 30
Jadalne morskie gatunki zagrożone Nauka W Polsce Daniel Pauly July 28
Some Popular Fish and Invertebrate Seafood Species Rapidly Declining Worldwide Nature World News Daniel Pauly July 27
After COVID-19, nations can tackle environmental crises by shifting priorities to sustainable development The Conversation Kai Chan July 24
Malas noticias: esta delicia de los mares se está extinguiendo a toda velocidad El Espanol Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly July 23
Popular seafood species sharply decline around the world Times of India Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly July 23
Draft National Fisheries Policy seeks big growth but ignores fishers Mongabay India Sahir Advani July 21
Ученые отметили резкие изменения численности морских обитателей RIA Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly July 21
Weltweit: Populationen beliebter Speisefische gehen zurück Das Marburger Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly July 19
L’amnésie environnementale, clé ignorée de la destruction du monde Reporterre Daniel Pauly July 18
We need fishing 'blue belt' The Ecologist Daniel Pauly July 16
La surpêche entraîne un déclin rapide des fruits de mer, selon une étude de l'UBC Radio Canada Daniel Pauly July 23
We need fishing 'blue belt' The Ecologist Daniel Pauly July 16
COVID-19 and Brexit can help recovery of UK fish stocks Mirage News Daniel Pauly July 14
Create protective ‘blue belt’ zone around UK coast to rebuild depleted fish stocks, scientists urge The Independent Daniel Pauly July 14
First Nation seeks permit to hunt sea lions, seals; expects long wait Times Colonist Andrew Trites July 9
The scariest thing about global warming (and Covid-19) Vox.com Daniel Pauly July 7
Southern resident whales returning later to Salish Sea in ‘drastic’ change The Times Colonist Andrew Trites July 5
The World Loves a BC Fish Called Hake. Why Don’t We Eat It Here? The Tyee Murdoch McAllister July 4
Headless sea lions (40:27 mark) CKNW Mornings with Simi Andrew Trites July 3
Headless sea lion carcasses being found CTV News Andrew Trites July 1
WTO fishing subsidies negotiations to resume, as China drops case against EU SeafoodSource Rashid Sumaila June 30
Quieter seas off B.C. coast give scientists chance to study effects of noise on killer whales CBC News Andrew Trites June 28
The Ugly History of Climate Determinism Is Still Evident Today Scientific American Simon Donner June 24
8 Podcasts About Climate Change & Activism for K-12 Students School Library Journal Simon Donner June 23
Scientists say the last of British Columbia’s old-growth trees will soon be gone, if policies don’t change The Columbian Andrew Trites June 21
MSc Vanessa Fladmark talks about her research on juvenile pink and Chum salmon diets CBC Radio - North by Northwest Vanessa Fladmark June 20
Canadian Seahorse Expert Earns World's Leading Award for Animal Conservation New Kerela Amanda Vincent June 20
Más de 50 científicos solicitan el fin de la sobrepesca El Estrecho Digital Daniel Pauly June 19
Nuevo estudio indica que pescadores recreativos prefieren cada vez más a tiburones y rayas Mongabay Latam Daniel Pauly June 19
Scientists Answer the Question: What if Every Virus Disappeared? Science Times Curtis Suttle June 19
Los nuevos virus crecen a un ritmo superior al que permite descifrarlos INVDES Curtis Suttle June 19
Cosa succederebbe se sparissero tutti i virus? Il Post Curtis Suttle June 19
Most of British Columbia's old-growth trees are quickly disappearing Star Tribune Andrew Trites June 18
Scientists say the last of British Columbia's old-growth trees will soon be gone, if policies don't change Phys.org Andrew Trites June 18
What if all viruses disappeared? BBC News Curtis Suttle June 17
“Siamo ciò che mangiamo”: il detto che vale sia per le persone che per i pesci Infinity News David Costalago June 16
Scientists say the last of British Columbia’s old-growth trees will soon be gone, if policies don’t change Seattle Times Andrew Trites June 16
La ‘maldita’ sobrepesca en Europa Ecoticias Daniel Pauly June 15
Reusable bags slowly return to B.C. stores as plastic ones used during pandemic pile up CBC Rashid Sumaila June 14
卑詩省一些商家重新允許消費者自備購物袋 Sing Tao Rashid Sumaila June 14
“Somos o que comemos”: a máxima que serve tanto para as pessoas, como para os peixes zap.aeiou David Costalago June 13
You are what you eat is as important for fish as it is for people Science Daily David Costalago June 12
Study Suggests It's Time to Bring Back Sea Otters, Which Is Obviously a Good idea Gizmodo Edward Gregr, Kai Chan June 11
What will it take to save the ocean from unrelenting human harm? Macleans Rashid Sumaila June 9
Nutritional quality of zooplankton changes with the season Earth.com David Costalago, Brian Hunt June 8
The good, the bad, and the fishy: The complicated truth about fishing quotas The Spinoff Daniel Pauly June 7
It’s time to call out denialism — on racism and on climate change National Observer Greig Oldford, Daniel Pauly June 4
Trailblazers 2020: UBC seahorse saviour Amanda Vincent lays foundation for protecting other marine creature Georgia Straight Amanda Vincent June 3
Climate change threatens glass sponge reefs: study CTV News Angela Stevenson, Chris Harley June 2
Climate change threatens glass sponge reefs unique to Pacific Northwest: study National Post Angela Stevenson, Chris Harley June 2
Seal hunt proponents hope new evidence sways skeptical fisheries officials Vancouver Sun Carl Walters June 2
Seal hunt proponents hope new evidence sways skeptical fisheries officials The Province Carl Walters June 2
Coronavirus: Is it safe to swim in a pool, lake or the ocean? Weather Network Curtis Suttle May 29
Seals and sea lions may not be the scourge of the Salish Sea according to scientists Cowichan Valley Citizen Andrew Trites May 27
What is synthetic fishing like and what benefits does it offer for a sustainable future? Explica Daniel Pauly May 27
How the Blob Is Warming British Columbia’s Fjords Hakai Magazine William Cheung May 26
How the Blob Is Warming British Columbia’s Fjords The Tyee William Cheung May 26
Protected areas' location may hinder conservation efforts of refugee species Phys.org Daniel Pauly May 26
Humpback sightings in Vancouver harbour a welcome sign of recovery Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites May 24
Fishy Business The Natural Resources Podcast Rashid Sumaila May 24
Humpback sightings in Vancouver harbour a welcome sign of recovery The Province Andrew Trites May 23
Why some spots on the planet are heating up faster than others Washington Post Daniel Pauly May 20
Marine heatwaves will cripple salmon, cod and pollock at twice the rate previously predicted, study says KTOO William Cheung May 19
Answering some of the frequently asked questions about COVID-19 Chronicle Journal Curtis Suttle May 19
Looking More Deeply Into the Past to Gauge the Planet’s Future Undark Daniel Pauly May 18
Regional differences for ecosystems in Canada's three oceans under climate change Phys.org Villy Christensen May 15
Overfishing Continues to Harm Sea Life in South China Sea VOA News Daniel Pauly May 14
'Project Seahorse Director' Urges to Reopen Economy as a 'Blue' Economy cheddar Amanda Vincent May 14
Seahorse research behind prestigious award for UBC biologist CTV News Amanda Vincent May 14
Highest-ever level of microplastics found on seafloor The Weather Network Brian Hunt May 13
B.C. seahorse researcher wins major international prize Global News Amanda Vincent May 13
Seahorse Expert Earns 2020 Indianapolis Prize WFYI Amanda Vincent May 13
UBC seahorse expert wins world’s leading conservation prize The Ubyssey Amanda Vincent May 12
Beach bummer: Novel coronavirus can live in water, but is it infectious? CTV News Curtis Suttle May 12
A seahorse biologist has won the world’s top animal conservation award Lonely Planet Amanda Vincent May 12
A story of a UBC Biologist, and a tiny Sea Horse CKNW Amanda Vincent May 12
UBC professor wins prestigious conservation prize (starts at 37:10) CBC As it Happens Amanda Vincent May 12
UBC seahorse expert becomes first marine biologist to win top conservation award (VIDEO) Vancouver is Awesome Amanda Vincent May 12
Seahorse expert wins Indianapolis Prize for conservation SF Chronicle Amanda Vincent May 12
Une experte canadienne des hippocampes remporte le plus important prix au monde pour la conservation animale Le Lezard Amanda Vincent May 12
First biologist to study seahorses in the wild announced winner of the Indianapolis Prize Indianopolis Star Amanda Vincent May 12
UBC professor wins prestigious conservation prize CBC Early Edition Amanda Vincent May 12
Conservation animale : un prix prestigieux pour la biologiste Amanda Vincent Phare Ouest - Radio Canada Amanda Vincent May 12
Why jellyfish matter Shaw - Coastal Connections Jessica Schaub May 11
Key monitoring of herring near Haida Gwaii cancelled due to coronavirus The Narwhal Andrew Trites May 11
How the COVID-19 pandemic could be helping sea life CTV News Andrew Trites May 10
Comment la pandémie de COVID-19 pourrait aider la vie marine La Minute Info Andrew Trites May 10
Ottawa adds to protections for B.C.'s endangered southern resident killer whales The Province Andrew Trites May 7
‘You’re out there alone’: whistleblowers say workplace abuse hides true impacts of B.C.'s trawl fishery The Narwhal Sea Around Us May 6
Self-isolation’s silver lining Newsroom NZ Daniel Pauly May 5
The secret world of Gentoo penguins Medium (UBC Science) Sarah Dier-McComb May 4
Preparing For the Next Spill Hakai Magazine Rashid Sumaila May 1
Ottawa criticized over B.C. sport fishing restrictions Business in Vancouver Murdoch McAllister, Carl Walters April 28
This woman lost her engagement ring in the ocean. A baby octopus helped get it back CBC News Christopher Harley April 27
Trollers side with NMFS in Chinook litigation Cordova Times Andrew Trites April 27
Pacific Ocean 'blobs' will escalate loss of fish stocks, study says CBC News William Cheung April 22
Pacific Ocean 'blobs' will escalate loss of fish stocks, study says Yahoo Canada William Cheung April 22
"The Blob" Could Raise Climate Change's Impact on NE Pacific Fisheries Maritime Executive William Cheung April 22
El regreso de la ‘mancha’ agrava la situación en las pesquerías del Pacífico La Vanguardia William Cheung April 22
Die Rückkehr des ‘Blob’ könnte die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf die Fischerei im Nordostpazifik verschärfen Tekk TV William Cheung April 22
Marine viruses are critical to sustain our ecosystem The Source Curtis Suttle April 21–May 5, 2020
Quid du rôle des virus du sol dans nos écosystèmes? The Source Curtis Suttle April 21–May 5, 2020
The "blob" is back (starts at 41.59) CBC Radio West William Cheung April 21
Pêche : il faut foutre la paix aux océans Charlie Hebdo Daniel Pauly April 17
Indianapolis Prize Finalist: Meet the savior of seahorses WTHR Amanda Vincent April 16
Can coral reefs 'have it all'? Science Daily Rashid Sumaila April 16
A Window into the Lives of Resident Killer Whales Hakai Magazine Marine Mammal Research Unit April 13
India’s Fishers Need The Subsidies but India Doesn’t Need the Illegal Fishing The Wire Science Rashid Sumaila April 11
Com barcos pesqueiros parados por causa do COVID-19, os peixes vão se recuperar? Defesa TV Daniel Pauly April 11
The Middle Eastern corals that could survive climate change BBC News Sara Cannon April 8
With Boats Stuck in Harbor Because of COVID-19, Will Fish Bounce Back? Smithsonian Magazine Daniel Pauly April 8
Mapping the evolution of coastal waters in Metro Vancouver: The Burrard Inlet Phys.org Ocean Leaders, Meaghan Efford, Fanny Couture, Roshni Mangar, Matias Oddo April 8
Mohly by být syntetické ryby v budoucnu lepším úlovkem? Ekolist Daniel Pauly April 5
Wie geht es eigentlich Leierfisch, Petermännchen und Steinpicker? Tauch Journal Daniel Pauly April 4
Exploding population of parasitic sea worms a worry for endangered orcas, says U.S. researcher CBC News Andrew Trites April 2
The Battle to Save Our Oceans from an Invisible Threat Vice UK Rashid Sumaila April 2
The Virus Is Causing a Rethink of Big Academic Conferences The Tyee Simon Donner March 25
Could synthetic fish be a better catch of the day? BBC News Daniel Pauly March 24
Fishing for Fun? It Has a Bigger Environmental Impact Than We Thought Ecowatch Daniel Pauly March 18
Plastic Pollution’s Rapidly Mounting Toll Hakai Magazine Daniel Pauly March 18
There Are More Viruses on Earth Than There Are Stars in the Universe Air & Space Magazine Curtis Suttle March 17
Fishing for Fun? It Has a Bigger Environmental Impact Than We Thought The Revelator Daniel Pauly March 16
Against overfishing: Save the oldies! Harvest slots protect fish stocks without compromising fisheries yield Science Daily Carl Walters March 16
What lives, what dies? The role of science in the decision to cull seals to save cod The Conversation Daniel Skerritt, FERU March 15
La lutte pour les poissons de l'Afrique de l'Ouest DEN Media Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 13
Billions lost to illicit fisheries trade each year, report reveals Food and Drink International Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 13
Counting the cost of fish fraud: ‘Billions’ lost to illicit fisheries Food Navigator Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 12
The fight for west Africa’s fish Financial Times Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 12
Daniel Pauly ou la revanche d’un océanographe sur une enfance douloureuse à La Chaux-de-Fonds ARC Info Daniel Pauly March 9
Så mye fisker kvinnene i verden Forskning.no Sarah Harper, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 8
The Invisible Women Of Small Scale Fisheries Contribute 11% Of Global Catch Forbes Sarah Harper, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 8
Wie illegaler Fang die Fischbestände in den Meeren dezimiert Schwaebische Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 8
Las mujeres pescadoras aportan toneladas de pescado y billones de dólares a la pesca mundial Pescachubut Sarah Harper, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 6
Las pescadoras contribuyen con 3 millones de toneladas y 5.600 millones de dólares al año a la pesca mundial Europa Press Sarah Harper, Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly March 4
Milliardenverluste durch illegale Fischerei Natur.de Rashid Sumaila February 28
Pêche illégale : entre 7,7 et 14 millions de tonnes de poisson pêchés chaque année, selon une étude VivAfrik Rashid Sumaila February 28
Illegaler Fischfang sorgt für Schaden in Milliardenhöhe Spectrum Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 27
An ancient empire hiding in plain sight, and the billion-dollar cost of illegal fishing Science Podcast Rashid Sumaila February 27
Illegal on the net Bandera County Courier Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 27
Illegal Fish Trade Risks Local Economies Technology Networks Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 27
Billions lost as illicit fisheries trade hurting nations who can afford it least Science Daily Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 26
Illegal im Netz Der Tagesspiegel Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly February 26
Identifying and ending subsidies for extinction Anthropocene Magazine Rashid Sumaila February 19
Science news in brief: From albatross spies to killer asteroids The Independent Daniel Pauly February 19
Hundreds of Thousands of Mussels Found Baked to Death on New Zealand Beach EcoWatch Chris Harley February 17
Familiar but curiously under-researched marine creature: Jellyfish (starts at 2:07.00 mark) CBC North by Northwest Jessica Schaub February 15
Les poissons fuient vers les pôles Radio Canada Daniel Pauly February 14
Bringing 'two eyed seeing' — Indigenous knowledge and science — to fisheries conservation CBC Quirks and Quarks Andrea Reid February 14
Dumping drugs in the garbage hurts more than just the environment Kicker Juan Jose Alava February 13
First Nations fisherman wants seal hunt revived Business In Vancouver Carl Walters, Andrew Trites February 13
First Nations fisherman wants west coast seal hunt revived Vancouver is Awesome Carl Walters, Andrew Trites February 13
Enseignant-chercheur issu d'une famille de pêcheurs, la passion de la mer du Saint-Pierrais Fabrice Téletchéa France TV Info Daniel Pauly February 12
Study: Ocean fish farming in tropics and sub-tropics most impacted by climate change Phys.org Muhammed Oyinlola, William Cheung February 12
Piscicultura oceânica nos trópicos e sub-trópicos mais impactados pelas mudanças climáticas Meio Ambiente Rio Muhammed Oyinlola, William Cheung February 12
Climate Change May Alter Aquaculture on BC’s Coast My Cowichan Valley Now Muhammed Oyinlola, William Cheung February 11
La guerre des pêches La Presse Daniel Pauly February 9
Cercetatorii au descoperit un virus care nu are nicio gena ce poate fi identificata MediaFax.ro Curtis Suttle February 8
Wissenschaftler entdecken „rätselhafte“ Viren unbekannter Herkunft ohne bekannte Gene Contra Magazin Curtis Suttle February 8
Scientists discover virus with no recognizable genes Science Curtis Suttle February 7
Ni els vaixells més sigil·losos enganyen els albatros Ara.cat Daniel Pauly February 7
Recreational fishers are increasingly targeting sharks and rays, and researchers are concerned Mongabay Daniel Pauly February 6
Fundación BBVA premia a los ecólogos Duarte, Hughes y Pauly Madrid Press Daniel Pauly February 6
New global biodiversity study provides unified map of life on land and in the ocean Science Daily Gabriel Reygondeau February 5
Galardonados tres biólogos marinos por estudiar la muerte de corales, los manglares y la sobrepesca El Pais Daniel Pauly February 4
La Fundación BBVA premia a Duarte, Hughes y Pauly por sus aportaciones al conocimiento de los océanos El Cultural Daniel Pauly February 4
Sharks and rays becoming more prevalent in recreational angling Sharkophile Daniel Pauly January 31
Endangered southern resident orca, a senior male, feared dead by researchers CFJC Today Andrew Trites January 31
Researchers fear a senior male southern resident killer whale is dead CBC News Andrew Trites January 30
Evviva gli albatros: contro i pescatori di frodo, il rimedio viene dal cielo Repubblica Italy Daniel Pauly January 30
Recreational fishers targeting more sharks and rays UWA News Daniel Pauly January 30
The trend is clear: Climate change is impacting Alaska now Indian Country Today Rowenna Gryba January 29
Albatrosses used as flying spies to detect illegal fishing boats CBC News Daniel Pauly January 28
Southern resident killer whale feared dead, depleting endangered population off B.C. coast Globe and Mail Andrew Trites January 28
The "generational amnesia" of scientific baselines Watershed Sentinel Daniel Pauly January 27
They’re Stealthy at Sea, but They Can’t Hide From the Albatross New York Times Daniel Pauly January 27
Activism drives interest in climate change science Mirage News William Cheung January 24
Costa Rica se prepara para las negociaciones de la agenda marina internacional 2020 El Mundo Rashid Sumaila January 24
Seahorses Have Hotels! Plus 9 Other Amazing Seahorse Facts How Stuff Works Lily Stanton, Project Seahorse January 21
Record-breaking heatwave in 2014-2016 killed one million seabirds Digital Journal Andrew Trites January 16
New assessment method reveals many fish stocks are in urgent need of sustainable management Phys.org Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly January 10
Marine protected areas not all good, says Vancouver Island fisherman Vic News Rashid Sumaila January 10
Metode AMYS Ungkap, Stok Ikan di Lautan Membutuhkan Pengelolaan Berkelanjutan Trubus Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly January 10
Wie geht es eigentlich Leierfisch, Petermännchen und Steinpicker? idw Deng Palomares, Daniel Pauly January 6
Q&A: To save fish, ban high seas fishing, UBC professor suggests Vancouver Sun Rashid Sumaila January 5
Fish products in European supermarkets connected to unsustainable fishing practices in India Mongabay India Tim Cashion, Daniel Pauly January 2

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