Sarah GregersonSarah Gregerson

Lawyer (Australian qualified), Biodiversity Programme.

What does the reformed Common Fisheries Policy mean for marine protected areas?

In December 2013 the final text of the reformed CFP was released with a new provision on conservation measures.

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What does the reformed Common Fisheries Policy mean for marine protected areas?

In December 2013 the final text of the reformed CFP was released with a new provision on conservation measures.

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What will the ICJ ruling on Japanese whaling in the Antarctic mean?

On 31 March 2014 the International Court of Justice handed down a landmark decision in relation to a dispute between Australia and Japan about Japan’s scientific whaling programme in the Antarctic (known as JARPA II).

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What will the ICJ ruling on Japanese whaling in the Antarctic mean?

On 31 March 2014 the International Court of Justice handed down a landmark decision in relation to a dispute between Australia and Japan about Japan’s scientific whaling programme in the Antarctic (known as JARPA II).

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Protecting the environment through Wildlife and Countryside Link

Find out how being a member of Wildlife and Countryside Link helps us protect the planet

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Protecting the environment through Wildlife and Countryside Link

Find out how being a member of Wildlife and Countryside Link helps us protect the planet

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New Byelaws prohibiting damaging fishing in European Marine Sites

Regulators, industry and civil society have been working together to help to ensure that the most potentially damaging fishing activities do not take place in sensitive sites.

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New Byelaws prohibiting damaging fishing in European Marine Sites

Regulators, industry and civil society have been working together to help to ensure that the most potentially damaging fishing activities do not take place in sensitive sites.

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Putting a spotlight on commercial whaling: Australia v Japan

For all those interested in whales and whaling, tomorrow (26 June) marks the start of an eagerly anticipated case between Australia and Japan in the International Court of Justice over the controversial practice of Japan’s scientific whaling program taking place

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Putting a spotlight on commercial whaling: Australia v Japan

For all those interested in whales and whaling, tomorrow (26 June) marks the start of an eagerly anticipated case between Australia and Japan in the International Court of Justice over the controversial practice of Japan’s scientific whaling program taking place

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