Support for International Conservation of Sharks and Rays in Oceania is Growing as New Zealand Joins the CMS Sharks MOU

Bonn, 13 July 2015 - New Zealand signed the UNEP/CMS Memorandum of Understanding on the Conservation of Migratory Sharks (Sharks MOU) on 6 July 2015. 

13 July 2015

Male dolphins offer gifts to attract females

Researchers from The University of Western Australia have captured a rare sexual display: evidence of male humpback dolphins presenting females with large marine sponges in an apparent effort to ma

21 November 2017

The ibis was here first. Now it's just doing what it needs to do to survive

Knowing I’m a bird lover, my mother once tried to describe to me a particularly “majestic” bird she had seen in her neighbourhood.

21 November 2017

Conservation call on sawfish nursery

Murdoch University researchers have identified an important nursery for a critically endangered species of sawfish and are calling for conservation efforts to be focused there.

17 November 2017

Rethinking tourism and its contribution to conservation in New Zealand

New Zealand is one of 36 global hotspots for biodiversity. Its unique wildlife is a major draw card for tourists.

24 October 2017

From ‘ghost nets’ to sustainable luxury: the interface of business and the environment

His early training as a scientist has shaped how one Australian business leader uses green strategies to achieve long-term success for the bottom-line and the planet.

24 October 2017

PH submits draft resolution to enhance efforts in protecting migratory species

The Philippines has formally submitted to the Secretariat of the United Nations-led Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) a draft resoltuion calling over 120 nat

11 October 2017

Aufbau von Sandbänken stört Wale vor Australiens Ostküste

Surfer brauchen Wellem. daher sollen Sandbänke wiederaufgebaut werden.  Doch der Tourismus fürchtet um ein Millionsgeschäft

14 September 2017