Title

OCEANA Annual Report 2019-2020

Author Information

OCEANA

Date of Publication

2020 12:00 AM

Security Theme

IUU Fishing

Keywords

Illegal fishing, IUU fishing, habitat destruction, Latin America, Global Fishing

Description

"This international report reflects the combined operations of all Oceana organizations, including Oceana, Inc., and its affiliates, as well as information concerning Oceana Canada, an independent charity. Together, the Oceana international organizations form the largest international advocacy group dedicated solely to ocean conservation. We are rebuilding abundant oceans by winning science-based policies in countries that control one-third of the world’s fish catch. With more than 225 victories that stop overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, and the killing of threatened species, Oceana’s campaigns are delivering results. More than 6.8 million members, e-activists, and social media followers support Oceana internationally. Together we can save the oceans and help feed the world. Oceana organizations have campaigners in North, South, and Central America, Asia, and Europe. To learn more, please visit www.oceana.org"

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OCEANA Annual Report 2019-2020

"This international report reflects the combined operations of all Oceana organizations, including Oceana, Inc., and its affiliates, as well as information concerning Oceana Canada, an independent charity. Together, the Oceana international organizations form the largest international advocacy group dedicated solely to ocean conservation. We are rebuilding abundant oceans by winning science-based policies in countries that control one-third of the world’s fish catch. With more than 225 victories that stop overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, and the killing of threatened species, Oceana’s campaigns are delivering results. More than 6.8 million members, e-activists, and social media followers support Oceana internationally. Together we can save the oceans and help feed the world. Oceana organizations have campaigners in North, South, and Central America, Asia, and Europe. To learn more, please visit www.oceana.org"