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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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Indústria da pesca enfrenta desafio das águas mais quentes Internacional Estadão Rashid Sumaila December 27
Our Year in Big Thinkers The Tyee Daniel Pauly December 27
VIDEO: ‘Millions’ of shimmery fish in White Rock waters captivate Surrey Now Leader Andrew Trites December 27
Dérèglement climatique : les poissons manquent d’oxygène Charlie Hebdo Daniel Pauly December 26
Feeding frenzy: Thousands of fish wash up at White Rock Pier CTV News Andrew Trites December 26
Here are the food stories we'll be talking about next year National Post William Cheung December 23
En Islandia, la pesca está en riesgo porque el mar se volvió más cálido Clarín Rashid Sumaila December 23
Les jeunes ne peuvent pas se souvenir de ce qu’était la vie sauvage avant… et c’est un vrai problème Daily Geek Show Daniel Pauly December 20
The Hill Times’ List of 100 Best Non-Fiction Canadian Books in 2019 Hill Times Daniel Pauly December 16
90 percent of fish used for fishmeal are prime fish Wellston Journal Tim Cashion, Daniel Pauly December 16
Investigating salmon mysteries on the high seas National Observer Brian Hunt, Evgeny Pakhomov December 16
Young people can't remember how much more wildlife there used to be New Scientist Daniel Pauly December 11
Seas at Risk Urges Ending Overfishing to Mitigate Climate Impacts SDG Knowledge Hub Rashid Sumaila December 10
Scientists have found an unlikely ally in the fight to save coral reefs MSN News Ravi Maharaj December 10
The oceans are losing oxygen at an unprecedented clip Changing America Rashid Sumaila December 9
Ocean Experts call for action now! EU Today Rashid Sumaila December 7
Warming waters, moving fish: How climate change is reshaping Iceland Today Online Rashid Sumaila December 7
Oceans losing oxygen at unprecedented rate, experts warn The Guardian Rashid Sumaila December 7
As Port Moody sea lion facility prepares to close, supporters look to an expanded future Tricity News Andrew Trites December 5
$31-million Port Moody rail project worries environmentalists BIV Andrew Trites, David Rosen December 5
$31-million Port Moody rail project worries environmentalists Tricity News Andrew Trites, David Rosen December 5
Catching fish to feed fish: Report details ‘unsustainable’ fishmeal and oil industry Mongabay Tim Cashion, Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila December 4
Researchers take to the skies to study northern resident orcas The Ubyssey Andrew Trites December 3
A crisis in the water is decimating this once-booming fishing town Fredricksburg Star Rashid Sumaila November 30
Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland Seattle Times Daniel Pauly November 29
Popular fish in China would increase in value if caught with larger meshes Phys.org Lu Zhai, Daniel Pauly November 29
What can be saved? Sanctuaries safeguard the seas WITF Daniel Pauly November 29
Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland The New York Times Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Pauly November 29
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study Kelowna Capital News William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study BC Local News William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Times Colonist William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Victoria News William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The North Shore News William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Vancouver Courier William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Province William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Vancouver Sun William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Calgary Herald William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Ottawa Citizen William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Regina Leader-Post William Cheung November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study The Star William Cheung November 27
A crisis in the water is decimating this once-booming fishing town SF Gate Rashid Sumaila November 27
Climate change threatens food production in countries that need it most: study City News William Cheung November 27
A crisis in the water is decimating this once-booming fishing town Washington Post Rashid Sumaila November 27
How a small stretch of ocean stirred a conservation movement Miami Herald Daniel Pauly November 26
Study: Technological creep doubles commercial fishing capacity every 35 years, pressuring stocks Seafood Source Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila, Sea Around Us, FERU, OceanCanada November 25
Safeguarding the seas, 1 protected area at a time Southeast Missourian Daniel Pauly November 23
5 motivi per cui il pesce apporta benefici alle persone e all’ambiente Agroalimentare Andres Cisneros-Montemayor November 22
El triste final de los caballitos de mar La Voz de Galicia Project Seahorse November 21
New tool helps fisheries enforcement track criminal fishing around the world Seafood Source Rashid Sumaila November 19
Overfishing of large, predatory fish leaves China's Bohai Sea with only tiny fish Phys.org Daniel Pauly November 13
Majority of global fishing subsidies ‘harmful’, report finds
Chinadialogue Rashid Sumaila November 11
Island Voices: Little fish play a big role in marine conservation The Times Colonist Andrew Trites November 10
Scientists breathe easier as marine heat wave off west coast weakens CBC Andrew Trites November 9
Stunning drone video shows 'loving’ killer whales – ‘It took our breath away’ Express.co.uk Andrew Trites November 8
Drone footage gives inside look at lives of killer whales Good Morning America Andrew Trites November 7
Climate change and overfishing are boosting toxic mercury levels in fish The Conversation Juan Jose Alava November 7
New close-up footage of orcas gives fresh insights to behavior MYNorthwest Andrew Trites November 7
New footage reveals orcas' emotional intelligence ABC News Andrew Trites November 7
Researchers Use Drones to Monitor Killer Whales for First Time, Offering New Insights MSN News Andrew Trites November 6
Figuring out the total human impacts on biodiversity Phys.org Sea Around Us, Valentina Ruiz Leotaud, Deng Palomares November 6
Canadian researchers used drones for the first time to monitor the behavior of orcas USA Today Andrew Trites November 6
Revelations of whale behaviour using drones Radio Canada International Andrew Trites November 6
Drones are helping experts spy on BC's Southern Resident Killer Whales The Weather Network Andrew Trites November 6
Drones Used to Monitor Killer Whales for First Time, Offering Researchers New Insights Yahoo News Andrew Trites November 6
Drone, underwater footage of orcas gives intimate look at killer whales’ family life The News Tribune Andrew Trites November 5
Rare drone footage gives peek into B.C. resident killer whale feeding habits The Chronicle Herald Andrew Trites November 5
Incredible drone footage offers new perspective on B.C. whales Tri-City News Andrew Trites November 5
New underwater footage of resident killer whales stuns researchers Chek News Andrew Trites November 5
Incredible footage captures private behaviour of killer whales in BC Daily Hive Andrew Trites November 5
New UBC drone footage gives insight into Resident Killer Whale behaviour iHeartRadio Andrew Trites November 5
Drone footage shows new view of orca life and habitat Seattle PI Andrew Trites November 5
Drone video shows killer whale pod in British Columbia Bellingham Herald Andrew Trites November 5
Drone footage offers scientists new perspective in understanding killer whale behavior Q13 Fox News Andrew Trites November 5
New underwater and drone footage provides intimate look at orca behavior K5 News Andrew Trites November 5
Orca drone footage gives researchers unique look at whale behavior Komo News Andrew Trites November 5
New drone, underwater footage of orcas stuns researchers, gives intimate look at killer whales’ family life Seattle Times Andrew Trites November 5
B.C. First Nations seal hunters meet with Chinese officials to establish fur market Vancouver Sun Carl Walters, Andrew Trites November 5
Scientists using aerial drones to compare northern and southern whale behaviour The Star Andrew Trites November 4
Scientists using aerial drones to compare northern and southern whale behaviour The Ottawa Citizen Andrew Trites November 4
Scientists using aerial drones to compare northern and southern whale behaviour The National Post Andrew Trites November 4
UBC scientists using aerial drones to compare northern and southern whale behaviour The Globe and Mail Andrew Trites November 4
Les épaulards ont-ils suffisamment de nourriture? Radio-Canada Andrew Trites November 4
Prized Chinatown koi 'happy' in new temporary home CTV News David Rosen November 4
Drones capture the nurturing side of killer whales CBC Listen Andrew Trites November 4
Drones let B.C. researchers act as 'fly on the wall' to observe orca behaviour CBC Andrew Trites November 4
UBC scientists use drones to study southern resident killer whales
Vancouver Island Free Daily Andrew Trites November 4
There’s nothing virtuous about your ‘sustainably’ caught fish Science Online Daniel Pauly November 4
New UBC drone footage gives insight into resident killer whale behaviour CTV News Vancouver Andrew Trites November 4
Scientists using aerial drones to compare northern and southern whale behaviour The Times Colonist Andrew Trites November 4
Stop herring fishery to save troubled orcas, environmental groups say Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites November 3
Thousands Of Animals Around The World Are At Risk Of Extinction. But Not Jellyfish - They're Thriving In Warm, Polluted Water Business Insider Lucas Brotz October 31
The climate crisis will present new management challenges for Arctic fisheries The Ubyssey Rashid Sumaila, Travis Tai October 30
Explained: What fish do amid climate change Indian Express Daniel Pauly October 30
Poisonous puffer fish found in B.C. waters a first for the region, researchers say The Georgia Straight William Cheung October 29
5 Ways Sustainable Seafood Can Benefit People and the Environment EcoWatch Daniel Pauly October 29
Les subventions à la pêche accusées de vider les océans Le Temps Rashid Sumaila October 28
Commitments worth $63 billion pledged for ocean protection Mongabay Rashid Sumaila October 28
Theory explains biological reasons that force fish to move poleward Science Daily Daniel Pauly October 28
L'eau des glaciers a le pouvoir d'absorber le CO2, selon des chercheurs Radio Canada Kyra St. Pierre October 26
加拿大冰川融水竟能“吸收二氧化碳” 达亚马逊雨林40倍 Du Shi Kyra St. Pierre October 26
Environmental allies: Teen protesters, civil disobedience groups and climate scientists demand action The Vancouver Sun Kai Chan October 25
Glacial rivers absorb carbon faster than rainforests, scientists find The Guardian Kyra St. Pierre October 25
Los ríos glaciares absorben más CO2 que la selva amazónica El Confidencial Kyra St. Pierre October 25
Glaciärvatten lagrar kol bättre än Amazonas Aftonbladet Kyra St. Pierre October 25
Forscher verblüfft: Gletscherbäche binden CO2 schneller als Regenwälder Norddeutsche Neueste Nachrichten Kyra St. Pierre October 25
Troubled Waters: How Climate Change is Straining US Fisheries
The Globe Post Rashid Sumaila, Andres Cisneros-Montemayor October 23
'Technological creep' in fishing technology presents resource management challenge The Ubyssey Deng Palomares October 22
SOS tonno: è allarme pesca insostenibile. Catture aumentate del 1000% negli ultimi 60 anni grazie ai sistemi industriali Il Fatto Alimentare Sea Around Us October 20
再見了鮪魚!全球大量需求恐導致鮪魚滅絕 SET News Taiwan Angie Coulter October 18
Japan Has an Illegal Seafood Problem Hakai Magazine Tony Pitcher October 18
How EU decisions affect fish, the ocean and life on earth Open Access Government Rashid Sumaila October 17
Achieving a safe and just future for the ocean economy Science Daily Nathan Bennett, Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor October 15
Los oceános se quedan sin peces mientras los Gobiernos aumentan subsidios para pesca de arrastre Fayer Wayer Rashid Sumaila October 14
Should First-Class Flights Be Reserved For People With Special Needs? Forbes Simon Donner, Seth Wynes October 12
New Viruses Found in Farmed and Wild Salmon Hakai Magazine Curtis Suttle, Gideon Mordecai October 11
Tap’s on to lure salmon to Goldstream River Times Colonist Andrew Trites October 11
Experts warn of a sea empty of fish as annual tuna catch spikes to 6 million tonnes on back of global demand MEA Worldwide Sea Around Us October 11
Κραυγή των επιστημόνων: Τα ψάρια εξαντλούνται από τις θάλασσες Gazzetta Rashid Sumaila October 10
The sea is running out of fish, despite nations’ pledges to stop it National Geographic Rashid Sumaila October 9
Future in doubt for B.C.'s unique Steller sea lion research facility CBC News Andrew Trites October 9
World-renowned fish researcher set to take Tidemark Stage for annual Haig-Brown Lecture Campbell River Mirror Daniel Pauly October 8
Tuna study raises alarms, finds fishing increased 1,000% in 60 years Undercurrent News Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 8
The sea is running out of fish, despite nations’ pledges to stop it National Geographic Daniel Pauly October 8
Kekuatan Super Ubur-ubur yang Membantunya Bertahan Hidup di Lautan National Geographic Indonesia Lucas Brotz October 7
Give this Fish a Break: The World is Running out of Tuna Science Times Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 7
Nobody Really Knows If Tuna Is Sustainable Food and Wine Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 7
La vulgarisation scientifique à l’ère du numérique… et de la méfiance L'Express Daniel Pauly October 7
Océanos se ahogan; países tropicales, los más afectados Excelsior Rashid Sumaila October 6
Tuna Being Plucked From Oceans at Unsustainable Rates, Researchers Say The Weather Channel Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 6
Current global tuna fishing levels are unsustainable without proper management: UBC researchers The Georgia Straight Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 4
We're Pulling Tuna Out Of The Ocean At Unprecedented — And Unsustainable — Rates NPR Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 4
Animals in distress alarm B.C. climate-change watchers Vancouver Sun Brian Hunt October 4
Booming demand could drive tuna to extinction, researchers find The Guardian Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 3
Pesca del atún alcanza nivel crítico según investigadores canadienses Radio Canada International Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 3
How Sustainable Is Tuna? New Global Catch Database Exposes Dangerous Fishing Trends Eurasia Review Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 2
How sustainable is tuna? New global catch database exposes dangerous fishing trends Science Daily Angie Coulter, Sea Around Us October 1
No party's climate plan will avoid dangerous global warming levels Policy Options Simon Donner October 1
Dive through Sharks to a Volcano 100 Feet Down? Sure, Watch This! The Tyee Daniel Pauly October 1
El prestigioso biólogo marino Daniel Pauly inaugura el máster en Gestión Pesquera Sostenible Diario Informacion Daniel Pauly September 30
Publicité « irresponsable » sur le climat : une tête tombe à l’Université de l’Alberta Radio Canada Kai Chan September 30
Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient Mail and Guardian Sea Around Us September 29
Climate Change Threatens the World’s Fisheries, Food Billions of People Rely On Inside Climate Change William Cheung September 29
Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient Mail and Guardian Sea Around Us September 29
Lower Mainland sea lion research station faces uncertain future Vancouver Courier David Rosen, Andrew Trites September 29
Climate scientists say Greta Thunberg's efforts are building real momentum
NBC News Simon Donner September 28
Trans Mountain oil tankers aren't the only thing endangering whales on the West Coast CBC News Kai Chan September 26
Global fisheries deprive local communities of key nutrients, study finds
Mongabay Daniel Pauly September 26
Here’s how climate change will impact the region where you live Global News Kai Chan September 26
Rapidly changing Arctic fisheries potential requires comprehensive management
Mirage News Travis Tai September 26
Unprecedented damage to oceans has Canada's marine life on the run Canada's National Observer William Cheung September 25
Avis de Tempête sur la Pêche Mondiale l'Humanité William Cheung September 25
United Nations report links warming of oceans and polar regions to health effects
The Globe and Mail William Cheung September 25
You Can't Save the World by Yourself
Jacobin Seth Wynes September 24
Climate change education in Canada lacks scientific facts, impacts and solutions: study
Global News Seth Wynes September 24
Canadá y Estados Unidos pierden 30% de sus pájaros en los últimos 50 años Radio Canadá Internacional Kai Chan September 20
What Would Happen If Canada Treated Climate Crisis Like War Vice News Kai Chan September 20
Cómo ayudar a detener el cambio climático con 10 "eco retos" cotidianos
Infobae Seth Wynes September 20
Climate change and the personal sacrifice debate on the campaign trail
CBC News Seth Wynes September 19
For Many Reporters Covering Climate, Population Remains the Elephant in the Room Ecowatch Seth Wynes September 19
Nuevas tecnología, ¿más sobrepesca? Industria Pesqueras Deng Palomares September 19
Climate Strike supported, but won’t save day unless it includes population Mirage News Seth Wynes September 19
North America has lost 3 billion birds since 1970 CBC News Kai Chan September 19
6 questions about carbon offsets for flights, answered Washington Post Seth Wynes September 18
New technology allows fleets to double fishing capacity -- and deplete fish stocks faster Science Daily Deng Palomares September 16
Daniel Pauly’s Three Big Moves to Save the World’s Threatened Fisheries The Tyee Daniel Pauly September 16
Earth May Soon Lose Important Omega-3 Fatty Acid Due To Global Warming Medical Daily Sea Around Us September 14
The Odyssey of Daniel Pauly The Tyee Daniel Pauly September 13
Daniel Pauly, des Thénardier chaux-de-fonniers aux océans Le Temps Daniel Pauly September 12
Global warming may threaten availability of essential brain-building fatty acid Science Daily Sea Around Us September 11
Das Geschäft mit dem Fischsiegel MSC
SRF Daniel Pauly September 11
Wild salmon pathogens discovered that could pose a threat to aquaculture
The Fish Site Curtis Suttle September 9
Wedge-shaped marine heat wave blankets West Coast, concerning scientists National Post Andrew Trites September 8
New viruses found in endangered salmon populations Cordova Times Curtis Suttle September 8
Vanishing Fish: An interview with Dr. Daniel Pauly Watershed Sentinel Daniel Pauly September 6
Return of ‘the Blob?’ New marine heatwave off B.C. coast raises concerns Global BC Brian Hunt September 6
New viruses discovered in declining B.C. salmon populations News 1130 Curtis Suttle September 5
Teaduslik soovitus: tahate võidelda kliimamuutusega - tehke vähem lapsi Maaleht Seth Wynes September 5
We’re still not talking about the most effective individual steps to tackle climate change ZME Science Seth Wynes September 5
Según una investigación, no tener hijos podría ayudar al medio ambiente 24 Horas CL Seth Wynes September 5
Trois nouveaux virus découverts chez des populations de saumons en déclin
Radio Canada Curtis Suttle September 4
Ending Overfishing Is Opportunity to Combat Climate Crisis - Report
Phys.org Travis Tai September 4
New viruses discovered in endangered wild Pacific salmon populations in B.C.
Surrey Now-Leader Curtis Suttle September 4
Costa Rica ignora cuántos recursos hay en sus mares Seminario Universidad William Cheung September 3
‘For every benefit, there is a similar kind of cost’: Kai Chan Global News Kai Chan September 1
Climate change might benefit Canada - but not enough to outweigh costs: expert Global News Kai Chan September 1
Worried About Climate Change? Here’s What To Ask Political Candidates Chatelaine William Cheung September 1
If dugong die out, it will be indictment on us all Asian Times IOF research referenced August 31
Forget oxygen - the Amazon's destruction could threaten rain and food growing: experts Global News Kai Chan August 29
Upset about Amazon wildfires? There's something you can do CBC Kai Chan August 29
#Data | Haz estas cosas para combatir al cambio climático El Sol de Mexico Seth Wynes August 28
Three-volume reference a comprehensive record of Salish Sea fish species Campbell River Mirror Daniel Pauly August 28
Study: High school climate change education varies widely by province The Ubyssey Seth Wynes August 27
It turns out that melting glaciers can sequester carbon, according to UBC postdoctoral fellow's research paper Georgia Straight Kyra St. Pierre August 24
Cloverdale town hall addresses climate change and loss of biodiversity Surrey Now-Leader Kai Chan August 22
¿Quieres luchar contra el cambio climático? No tengas hijos Publico Seth Wynes August 22
As forest fires rage, experts worry about the future of the Amazon CBC Kai Chan August 22
“We are chasing the last of the big fish” – Interview with fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly Unearthed Greenpeace Daniel Pauly August 21
Elections Canada nonsense shows why science versus politics isn’t a fair fight The Star Simon Donner August 20
Govt urged to scrap fuel, subsidies to fisher folks Ghanian Times Rashid Sumaila August 20
Redirect pre-mix fuel subsidy to sustain fisheries resource Ghana Web Rashid Sumaila August 20
Melting Glaciers Are Helping Capture Carbon Wired Kyra St. Pierre August 19
First Nations group keeps pressure on DFO over proposal for seal and sea lion hunt Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites, Carl Walters August 18
For picky eaters like the parrotfish, climate change is bad news Popular Science Deng Palomares August 16
Harbinger of big heat: Washington Post map shows Western Slope, eastern Utah among ‘America’s fastest-warming places’ Telluride Daily Planet Daniel Pauly August 15
As parts of U.S. hit critical global warming threshold, here's where Dallas-Fort Worth stands Dallas News Daniel Pauly August 15
Key Fish in Coral Reefs Could Perish as Their Favorite Foods Disappear Nexus Media Deng Palomares August 15
Eight Urgent Measures Proposed to Ensure Future Ocean Health Hellenic Shipping News Rashid Sumaila August 15
Don't want your goldfish anymore? Rehome it on Kijiji National Post William Cheung August 14
Beyond the limit: Extreme climate change has already arrived in America Washington Post Daniel Pauly August 13
Report: Climate Change Heating Up N.J. Faster Than Almost All Other States Daily Voice Daniel Pauly August 13
The Northeast is a warming hot spot, Post analysis finds Washington Post Daniel Pauly August 13
Sea Around Us: Global fisheries data and the goose that laid the golden egg (commentary)
Mongabay Daniel Pauly August 13
Alex Rogers: ‘We are accelerating biodiversity loss in the ocean’ China Dialogue Daniel Pauly August 12
Lobos marinos a salvo en un paraíso llamado Punta San Juan El Comercio Andrew Trites August 8
La mort de 3 épaulards en Colombie-Britannique, indicateur d’une « crise » Radio Canada Andrew Trites August 7
Mercury levels in fish are rising despite reduced emissions Science News William Cheung August 7
Aquacalypse Now: the end of fish The Narwhal Daniel Pauly August 4
Killers: J pod on the brink CBC Radio Andrew Trites, Brian Hunt July 31
Baleines : chronique d’une mort annoncée Paris Match Daniel Pauly July 23
Gliding into the Deep Hakai Institute Haley Dosser July 23
How toxic food and toxic water could be killing the killer whales CBC News Brian Hunt July 23
Major gaps found in climate change education for students across Canada The Narwhals Seth Wynes July 23
Why we can’t shake our carbon-emitting habits, even as the world burns Macleans Seth Wynes July 22
Ocean sanctuary proposed for captive orcas CBC News Andrew Trites July 17
Scientist says DFO may be overestimating N.L. cod stocks by 35 per cent CBC News George Rose, Carl Walters July 13
Missing orcas may have been dining off California Times Colonist Andrew Trites July 11
Five new books for ecosocialists Green Left Weekly Daniel Pauly July 11
DNA analysis reveals cryptic underwater ecosystem engineers UBC News Patrick Martone July 11
Rare Books — Summer 2019 Medium Daniel Pauly July 10
California chinook returns a ‘game-changer’ Business in Vancouver Andrew Trites July 10
Fishery scientist George Rose critical of DFO science on Northern cod; Marine Institute graduates talk about future plans CBC News George Rose July 10
A retired teacher found some seahorses off Long Beach. Then he built a secret world for them LA Times Amanda Vincent July 9
In search of Vanishing Fish: new book looks at how to fix global fisheries News 1130 Daniel Pauly July 7
Shark fin soup divided this Vancouver man’s family for decades. How Canada’s ban could bring everyone back to the table Star Vancouver Daniel Pauly July 6
‘Project Seahorse’ conservation versus the black market Global News Amanda Vincent July 5
Endangered southern resident orcas spotted off Vancouver Island after late return to region Global News Andrew Trites July 5
Daniel Pauly, lanceur d’alerte océanique La Croix Daniel Pauly July 3
Fisheries subsidies wreck ecosystems, don’t bring them back Nature Rashid Sumaila July 2
Boater speeds into Vancouver orca pod as onlookers scream to slow down, video shows The Kansas City Star Andrew Trites July 2
Mussels Cooked To Death In Their Shells In Unusual Heat On Northern California Shore Huffington Post Chris Harley July 1
Hard-hitting reads coming out this fall; Savoie’s upcoming Democracy in Canada a ‘masterwork analysis’ The Hill Times Daniel Pauly July 1
'People were in disbelief': powerboat speeds through orca pod in Burrard Inlet 660 City News Andrew Trites July 1
'Dangerous and reckless': speedboat races through pod of orcas near Stanley Park CBC News Andrew Trites June 30
Heatwave cooks mussels in their shells on California shore The Guardian Chris Harley June 29
UBC's Sea Around Us celebrates 20 years with daylong conference The Georgia Straight Daniel Pauly, Deng Palomares, Dirk Zeller, Valentina Ruiz-Leotaud June 27
Review: Where have all the fish gone? Daniel Pauly's new book "Vanishing Fish" explores how to protect remaining marine ecosystems The Globe and Mail Daniel Pauly June 25
UBC scientists want to see if orcas' dinner plate is empty or full Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites / Scott Hinch June 25
No more microplastic sparkles: Richmond art centre bans glitter to protect environment CBC News Brian Hunt June 24
Teach a Man to Fish Road and Kingdoms Aylin Ulman June 21
Scientists Say Ocean Warming May Greatly Reduce Sea Life Voice of America William Cheung June 19
Conservatives unveil climate change policy Global News Kai Chan June 19
B.C. environmentalists applaud new bill increasing protection for fish habitat CBC News Andrew Trites June 19
For environmentalists and Lower Mainland First Nations, 76 reasons to oppose Trans Mountain CBC News Andrew Trites June 19
The rise in seawater temperature will reduce the number of organisms CCTV William Cheung June 18
Tàu cá Trung Quốc đe dọa môi trường Biển Đông Thanh Nien Rashid Sumaila June 18
If We Don't Stop Climate Change Now, We May Not Have Any Fish To Eat Very Soon India Times William Cheung June 17
Three new CRCs appointed at UBC Science, seven renewed or advanced UBC Science Marie Auger-Méthé, Rashid Sumaila June 17
Vanishing Fish Matters of State Daniel Pauly June 17
UBC researchers among new and renewed Canada Research Chairs UBC Research + Innovation Marie Auger-Méthé, Rashid Sumaila June 14
Putting Names to Fishers’ Unidentified Sharks Hakai Magazine Madeline Cashion June 13
‘Opportunity to Take Action’: Climate Change May Bring 17% Loss of Sea Life by 2100 Sputnik News William Cheung June 13
After coral reef, 1/6th of fish and marine life set to disappear from oceans, says study International Business Times William Cheung June 12
The Drilldown: Climate change could reduce sea life 17 per cent by 2100 iPolitics William Cheung June 12
Repeupler l’océan de poissons, ce ne serait pas si ardu La Libre Daniel Pauly June 11
Rising Temperatures Could Kill 17% of Sea Life by Century’s End 24/7 Wall St William Cheung June 12
In hot water? Study says warming may reduce sea life by 17% VicNews William Cheung June 11
Sea Lice Plagues Return and Threat to Wild Salmon Increases The Tyee Daniel Pauly June 11
Study: Oceans will lose one-sixth of marine life from current greenhouse gas emissions The Hill William Cheung June 11
Earth's oceans could lose one-sixth of marine life by 2100 due to climate change CBS News William Cheung June 11
In hot water? Study says warming may reduce sea life by 17% Phys.org William Cheung June 11
Canada passes 'Free Willy' bill; outlaws whale, dolphin captivity and breeding Media Entertainment Arts WorldWide Andrew Trites June 11
Local companies find pre-emptive ban on single-use plastics is good business, expert says CityNews 1130 Kai Chan June 10
'Free Willy' bill to end whale captivity in Canada set to become law Canada.com Andrew Trites June 10
Sauver les poissons : «moins compliqué» que le climat le Soleil Daniel Pauly June 9
UBC goes all in for sustainable seafood UBC News Kai Chan June 7
Uneven road to recovery from sea star wasting disease CTV News Alyssa Gehman June 7
Your Climate, Your Choice: NDP’s climate action plan Global News Kai Chan May 31
15 British Columbians receiving Order of BC City News Carl Walters May 31
Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations: What Is at Stake For Least Developed Countries? Trade for Development News Rashid Sumaila May 29
World of addiction, zen cosmology, and the impending aquacalypse: Books in brief Nature Daniel Pauly May 28
Review: VANISHING FISH SHIFTING BASELINES AND THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL FISHERIES Foreword Reviews Daniel Pauly May 28
Dr. Daniel Pauly on "Shifting Baselines" and Vanishing Fish Greystone Books Daniel Pauly May 27
Killer Whales Hunt off Port Moody Tricity News Andrew Trites May 25

Patience is the key to a resurrection of the cod-forsaken East Coast fishery, study says
Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila, Louise Teh May 24

Study shows economic benefits of patient approach to northern cod recovery
CTV Rashid Sumaila, Louise Teh May 24

Northern cod fishery could provide 16x more jobs and 5x more economic value
CTV Rashid Sumaila, Louise Teh May 23
UBC marine biologist Daniel Pauly's new book delves into decline of world’s fish species Georgia Straight Daniel Pauly May 22
Solutions for The Peopled Sea–Combining Conservation and Social Justice Sealives Nathan Bennett May 21
Sampling Herring Larvae Vimeo Natalie Mahara, Brian Hunt May 18
Your climate, your choice: Analyzing Federal Green Party’s climate plan Global News Kai Chan May 17
Jessica Schaub, Indigenous Master of Science Student in Oceanography Indigenous STEM Jessica Schaub May 16
We’ve underestimated shark catches in the Mediterranean and Black Sea Save Our Seas Madeline Cashion, Daniel Pauly May 10
Cigarette butts revealed again as top litter item on Canadian shorelines WWF Canada Cassandra Konecny, Vanessa Fladmark, Santiago De la Puente May 9
How humanity put 1 million species at risk of extinction CBC Radio Kai Chan May 9
Startling UN biodiversity report is a reminder of the risks Canada faces CBC News Kai Chan May 7
UN Report Warns of Grim Future for Nature, Biodiversity CPAC William Cheung May 6
What will it take to stop humans from destroying nature? Canadian prof has an answer CTV News Kai Chan May 6
Nature crisis: Humans 'threaten 1m species with extinction' BBC Kai Chan May 6
UN environment report has strong message for Canada: co-author City News Kai Chan May 6
“We are losing the web of life”: why the global nature crisis is as dangerous as climate change Unearthed Daniel Pauly May 6
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for Canada The Globe and Mail Kai Chan May 6
Shocking New Report On Loss Of Nature Paints A Terrifying Picture For The Future Of Humanity Huffington Post Kai Chan May 6
One million species facing extinction, posing a risk to human well-being: UN report The Globe and Mail Kai Chan May 6
GLOBAL WARMING: Jellyfish thriving despite increasing temperatures Daily Express Lucas Brotz May 5
Daniel Pauly: Time to Act Politically | Vanishing Fish Masters of Regeneration Radio Daniel Pauly May 5
B.C. has a whopping 1,807 species at risk of extinction — but no rules to protect them The Narwhal Kai Chan May 3
Against ‘Sustainability’ and Other Plastic Words The Tyee Daniel Pauly May 2
How the Disease Attacking Sea Stars Changed Burrard Inlet The Tyee Alyssa Gehman, Chris Harley May 1
Hundreds of thousands of marine viruses discovered in world's oceans Nature Curtis Suttle April 25
‘Crazed’ cannibal seals are killing pups by biting down on their throats and DROWNING them The Sun UK Andrew Trites April 25
Cannibalism is more common than thought in gray seals National Geographic Andrew Trites April 24
The Unexpected Winners from Sea Star Wasting Disease Hakai Magazine Chris Harley April 23
Is Hiking With Face Masks The New Normal? Buzzfeed Daniel Pauly April 22
Untangling the Marine Food Web Hakai Institute Brian Hunt, Caterina Giner, Jacqueline Maud April 18
B.C. Art Exhibit Focuses on Ocean Plastics in Effort to Highlight Environmental Damage The Globe and Mail Vanessa Fladmark April 17
After complaints from parents, Our Planet director defends footage of walruses plummeting to their death CBC News David Rosen April 15
You Could Be Eating Plastic Everyday and Have No Idea You’re Doing It The Weather Network Brian Hunt April 15
Official stats mask shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas Phys.org Madeline Cashion, Daniel Pauly April 8
Research: Official stats mask shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas Tunisesoir News Madeline Cashion, Daniel Pauly April 8
Official stats mask shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas ScienceDaily Madeline Cashion, Daniel Pauly April 8
Even Viruses Can Get Infected With Other Viruses The Atlantic Curtis Suttle April 4
What You Need To Know About The New Canadian Climate Change Report Chatelaine Simon Donner April 4
EARTH: The Ocean Farm Flash Forward Pod Daniel Pauly April 2
Sierra Leone bans industrial fishing for a month France 24 Sea Around Us April 1
Non aux subventions conduisant à la surpêche ! EurActiv Rashid Sumaila, Andres Cisneros-Montemayor April 1
«Choisir entre la protection des océans ou sa destruction» Le Parisien Rashid Sumaila, Andres Cisneros-Montemayor March 31
Stichwort "shifting baselines", oder: Wat willste machen? Stern Daniel Pauly March 30
B.C. group proposing First Nation led commercial seal harvest as tensions mount APTN News Carl Walters March 29
Why Canadian scientists are worried about being victims of 'fake news' CTV News Andrew Trites March 21
B.C. scientists worry about being portrayed as 'fake news' CTV News Andrew Trites March 21
Scientists fear communications chill in polarized media landscape Star Vancouver Andrew Trites March 21
Scientists fear communications chill in polarized media landscape Squamish Chief Andrew Trites March 21
Can Qatar and Dubai counter climate change in the Persian Gulf? Sustainability Times Colette Wabnitz March 18
Protection des hippocampes : des mesures inefficaces menant à la contrebande Radio Canada Amanda Vincent March 17
An ocean of plastic changes everything — even what we eat Richmond News Evgeny Pakhomov March 17
BC’s Herring War, and the Sacrifice of the Salish Sea The Tyee Andrew Trites March 17
An ocean of plastic changes everything — even what we eat Time Colonist Evgeny Pakhomov March 17
The Secret Lives of Salmon: Where are all the pinks? Vancouver Sun Evgeny Pakhomov, Brian Hunt March 15
Des chercheurs découvrent que les loutres sont droitières Radio Canada Andrew Trites March 14
Fish in tubes Hakai Magazine Aaron Purdy March 13
Slavery of crews and Illegal Fishing in the high seas Darilaut.ID Rashid Sumaila March 11
Ottawa announces funding for Killer Whale research CTV News Andrew Trites March 8
Ottawa veut savoir ce qui menace trois mammifères marins Radio Canada Andrew Trites March 8
Seahorse trade continues despite export bans, study finds Mongabay Amanda Vincent March 8
Feds and UBC partner to save endangered killer whale population The Ubyssey Andrew Trites March 8
Something fishy: study alleges fraud in US seafood labeling Daily Times Pakistan Daniel Pauly March 8
Globally renowned fisheries economist Professor Rashid Sumaila visits UWA UWA News Rashid Sumaila, Dirk Zeller March 8
Something fishy: study alleges fraud in US seafood labeling Asia One Daniel Pauly March 8
Le réchauffement climatique profite aux pêcheurs des Maritimes La Presse Daniel Pauly March 8
Should B.C. adopt a seal hunt? Scientists warn of consequences CTV News Andrew Trites March 8
L’usage d’un explosif pour faire fuir des otaries déclenche une enquête fédérale Radio Canada Andrew Trites March 8
«Fake news» chez les poissons TVA Nouvelles Daniel Pauly March 7
Video of B.C. fisherman throwing explosive into crowd of sea lions sparks controversy CBC News Andrew Trites March 7
Fisherman flings explosive at sea lions, sparking controversy USA Today - For the Win Andrew Trites March 7
Focas y leones marinos son atacados con explosivos en Canadá Debate MX Andrew Trites March 7
Video of man throwing an explosive toward sea lions off B.C. coast sparks outrage CHEK News Andrew Trites March 7
Scientists warn of ecosystem consequences for proposed B.C. seal hunt Prince George Citizen Andrew Trites March 7
Seal hunt eco warning Castanet Andrew Trites March 7
Tata Kelola Perikanan Laut Lepas Harus Diperbaiki Menyeluruh Medcom.id Rashid Sumaila March 7
Indonesia Kaji Tata Kelola Perikanan di Sela World Ocean Summit Tempo Rashid Sumaila March 7
Mehr Klimaschutz brächte Fischerei Milliarden SonneSeite Rashid Sumaila March 5
East China Sea fish stocks hit hard by global warming China Dialogue Rashid Sumaila March 5
If you don't like eating fish, you might be a fan of global warming Popular Science Rashid Sumaila March 4
Achieving Paris climate target could add billions in fisheries revenue Financial Express Rashid Sumaila, Travis Tai, William Cheung March 3
Ocean warming leads to declining fish stocks, with developing regions hardest hit The Energy Mix Rashid Sumaila March 3
Il riscaldamento globale sta già danneggiando la pesca in tutto il mondo Green Report Italy Rashid Sumaila, Travis Tai, William Cheung March 1
Mehr Klimaschutz brächte Fischerei Milliarden Wallstreet Online Germany Rashid Sumaila, Travis Tai, William Cheung March 1
Global Warming Decimating World Fisheries—And Studies Warn It's On Track to Get Worse Without Urgent Action Common Dreams Rashid Sumaila March 1
Despite export bans global seahorse trade continues Science Daily Amanda Vincent, Sarah Foster, Ting-Chun Kuo February 28
Earth's fish are disappearing because of climate change, study say CNN Rashid Sumaila February 28
Study: Climate Change Is Killing Earth’s Fish, Threatening Food Supplies ValueWalk Rashid Sumaila February 28
Despite export bans global seahorse trade continues Phys.org Amanda Vincent, Sarah Foster, Ting-Chun Kuo February 28
By the Book: Edward O. Wilson New York Times Daniel Pauly February 28
Fisheries could lose billions of dollars from global warming Earth.com Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung, Travis Tai February 28
Scientists warn global warming could destroy fish stocks and spark migration The National UAE Rashid Sumaila February 28
Scientists warn global warming could decimate fish supplies and fuel migration Eco-Business Rashid Sumaila February 28
Calentamiento global podría diezmar suministros de peces y alentar migración Forbes Mexico Rashid Sumaila February 27
Scientists warn global warming could decimate fish supplies and fuel migration Reuters Rashid Sumaila February 27
Achieving Paris climate target could net additional billions in fisheries revenue Phys.org Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung, Travis Tai February 27
Proposal to reopen commercial seal hunt in B.C. could have consequences for transient killer whales Canadian Geographic Andrew Trites February 25
Your Weather Tweets Are Showing Your Climate Amnesia Wired Daniel Pauly February 25
HUNGER: The decline of salmon adds to the struggle of Puget Sound’s orcas Seattle Times Andrew Trites February 24
Experto advierte sobre el impacto humano en los océanos Publi News Daniel Pauly February 21
Africa Must Invest in the New 'High Seas' Treaty All Africa Daniel Pauly February 20
West coast group campaigns for seal, sea lion harvest Nanaimo Bulletin Carl Walters February 19
Chinese aim for Somalia's shores Daily Sabah Sea Around Us February 19
International salmon research expedition departs for Gulf of Alaska CBC News Evgeny Pakhomov, Brian Hunt February 18
The Secret Lives of Salmon: Scientists run test fishery before heading to open ocean The Province Evgeny Pakhomov, Brian Hunt February 18
Salmon researchers begin expeditiona CTV News Evgeny Pakhomov, Brian Hunt February 16
La competencia entre la pesquería y las aves marinas RFI Sea Around Us February 15
All of Earth's coldest years on record all happened over 90 years ago Mashable Simon Donner February 9
Earth's coldest years on record all happened over 90 years ago Yahoo News Simon Donner February 9
Some Canadians Are Pushing The Government To Allow Seal Hunting For Fine Dining Narcity Andrew Trites February 6
'Beef of the sea': Canada urged to allow seal harvest for fine dining CTV News Andrew Trites February 6
Commercial seal hunting proposal getting mixed reaction CTV News Andrew Trites February 6
CO2 emissions from fishing boats 30 per cent higher than previously reported, new study shows Globe and Mail Daniel Pauly February 4
Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Global Fisheries Larger Than Previously Thought Eurasia Review Krista Greer, Dirk Zeller February 1
La industria pesquera emite el mismo dióxido de carbono que 51 centrales eléctricas de carbón Industrias Pesqueras Krista Greer, Dirk Zeller January 28
Carbon dioxide emissions from global fisheries larger than previously thought Phys.org Krista Greer, Dirk Zeller January 28
Fishing imperils 40 shark species in the Galapagos Trib Live Daniel Pauly January 26
Emissions from fishing vessels have quadrupled since 1950, UBC study shows CBC News Krista Greer January 25
Emissions from fishing vessels have quadrupled since 1950, UBC study shows Yahoo News Krista Greer, Dirk Zeller January 25
Perairan Dikuasai China, Ghana Hanya Peroleh 5% Keuntungan Matamata politik Rashid Sumaila January 24
Fishing imperils 40 shark species in the Galapagos NZ Herald Daniel Pauly January 22
Scientists find ‘odd’ pattern in killer whale birth, death rates Business in Vancouver Andrew Trites January 21
'Pool resources to tackle illegal, unreported fishing’ Ghanaian Times Rashid Sumaila January 21
Shark fin soup and fishing boats: Galapagos sharks under threat Washington Post Daniel Pauly January 21
Ghana gets only 5% of profit Chinese fishers make on its waters Graphic Online Rashid Sumaila January 21
Thar She Grows: A New Way to Tell a Gray Whale’s Age Hakai Magazine Selina Agbayani January 18
UBC researcher seeks to uncover the secrets of the lowly jellyfish Global BC Jessica Schaub January 17
Marine mammals and turtles rebound after endangered species protections High Country News Andrew Trites January 16
Most female fish grow bigger than the males: deal with it! Phys.org Daniel Pauly, Sea Around Us January 16
Las aves marinas se mueren de hambre Tendencias 21 Sea Around Us January 16
Sea lions captivate Powell River residents Coast Reporter Andrew Trites January 15
Sea lions captivate Powell River residents Powell River Peak Andrew Trites January 14
UBC-Marinesäugetierforscher hoffnungsvoll nach neuem Mörderwal-Kalb gesichtet Twitter Smash Andrew Trites January 12
UBC marine mammal researcher hopeful after new killer whale calf sighted Global BC Andrew Trites January 11
Five Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint WNPR Seth Wynes January 11
Uns geht der Fisch langsam aus Blick.ch Sea Around Us January 8
Proposed cull to save salmon may not be the answer Global News Andrew Trites January 7
B.C. scientist heads survey into secret lives of Pacific salmon Vancouver Sun Evgeny Pakhomov January 7
Uncovering the secret lives of salmon Empire Advance Evgeny Pakhomov January 7
Nanaimo scientist heads survey into secret lives of salmon Times Colonist Evgeny Pakhomov January 6
Las fábricas de harina de pescado expolian África El Pais Vicky Lam January 3

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