Common Oceans - A partnership for sustainability and biodiversity in the ABNJ


Amid heightened public attention for healthy oceans, Common Oceans Program bolsters management of the high seas
Global partnership takes stock of progress in sustainable ocean management and marine biodiversity conservation
Rome – With ocean issues brought into the limelight following the adoption of a groundbreaking...
On course to more sustainable deep-sea fisheries
Global deep-sea fisheries partnership takes stock of initial efforts towards sustainable use and protection of the oceans
Rome – Assessing the achievements of the FAO deep-sea fisheries guidelines 15 years after their adoption, and developing an online training on deep-sea fisheries are among the first milestones of...
Side event shines spotlight Common Oceans Tuna Project’s work in the Pacific
© FAO/Veejay Villafranca Rarotonga, Cook Islands -- A side event was held during the 20th Regular Session of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) in the Cook Islands today. The event delved into the Common Oceans Tuna Project's multifaceted agenda,...
FAO, CFI, Common Oceans at launch of GEF Global Biodiversity Framework Fund
New fund to drive conservation, sustainability of wild species, ecosystems 
Rome/Vancouver, 30 August - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) welcomed the launch of a Global Biodiversity Framework Fund at the 7th GEF Assembly held in Vancouver from 22-26 August.  
First Tuna project steering committee highlights the importance of knowledge sharing and partnership
Uniting and collaborating for a sustainable future of tuna fisheries
Rome--Common Ocean Program Tuna project steering committee recently convened in Rome, Italy, marking a crucial project milestone in the pursuit of sustainable tuna fisheries. Participants from various organizations and institutions gathered at the FAO headquarters for productive discussions and knowledge sharing. The meeting highlighted the progress of...
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