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Ocean action is climate action: A secure biodiverse ocean is key for climate mitigation and the protection of coastal communities: This policy briefing by the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) and Oceana lists actions the German G7 Presidency should take to achieve a 30x30 ocean protection plan which safeguards biodiversity, advances the goals of the Paris Agreement and protects the human rights of coastal communities.

Putin's war: fuelled, funded and facilitated by fossil fuels: Millions of Ukrainians have now fled their homes as a result of Vladimir Putin’s invasion. At the same time, around the globe, the intensifying impacts of the climate crisis are driving millions of people from their homes. There is one common thread to both of these events: they are driven by the addiction of wealthy countries to fossil fuels.

Driving Improvements in Fisheries Governance Globally: Impact of the EU IUU Carding Scheme on Belize, Guinea, Solomon Islands and Thailand: The European Union's IUU Regulation is designed to prevent and stop the flow of illegally caught fish from entering the EU market. This report highlights instances where this EU carding scheme has prompted positive changes in fisheries governance.

Net Free Seas Progress Report 2020-21: The Net Free Seas Progress Report summarises achievements, challenges, and lessons learned from the implementation of the Net Free Seas project between 2020-2021. So far, the project has worked with over 100 artisanal fishing communities across Thailand to collect and recycle 35 tonnes of discarded fishing nets. รายงานความคืบหน้าของโครงการทะเลปลอด (เศษ) อวน (Net Free Seas) ปี 2563 - 2564 รวมสรุปการดำเนินงาน ความสำเร็จ ความท้าทาย และการถอดบทเรียนของโครงการ โดยในปัจจุบันโครงการได้ร่วมงานกับชุมชนประมงพื้นบ้านกว่า 100 ชุมชนในประเทศไทย จัดเก็บและรีไซเคิลเศษอวนประมงไปกว่า 35 ตัน

Co-management: a tool for delivering legal, inclusive, and sustainable fisheries in Liberia: Small-scale fisheries in Liberia play a critical role in food security and the national economy. This policy briefing explains how co-management can make an important contribution to the sustainable management of these fisheries.

Out of the Shadows: Japanese version (ー影を照らすー): この報告書は、「水産業における世界規模での透明性に必要な10の原則」を示しています。 ライセンスリストの公開や船舶に固有の番号の付与のような、シンプルで低コストの措置はどの国にとっても十分に実現可能なものであり、違法な漁業や人権侵害問題の解決においても極めて重要な役割を果たすことができます。

Revision of EU Fisheries Control Regulation can make a big difference for biodiversity and climate if done right: open letter to the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries: NGOs call on the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries to ensure that the revised EU Fisheries Control Regulation contributes to sustainable fisheries management, reducing the impact of fisheries on the marine environment and promoting the protection of species and ecosystems.

Revision of EU Fisheries Control Regulation can make a big difference for biodiversity and climate if done right: open letter to the European Parliament: NGOs call on the European Parliament to ensure that the revised EU Fisheries Control Regulation contributes to sustainable fisheries management, reducing the impact of fisheries on the marine environment and promoting the protection of species and ecosystems.

Revision of EU Fisheries Control Regulation can make a big difference for biodiversity and climate if done right: open letter to the Council of the European Union: NGOs call on the Council of the European Union to ensure that the revised EU Fisheries Control Regulation contributes to sustainable fisheries management, reducing the impact of fisheries on the marine environment and promoting the protection of species and ecosystems.

Urgent opportunity for EU, US, and Japan to jointly turn the tide on illegal fishing: As a coalition of organisations working on environmental and human rights issues, we call upon the main market states; EU, US, and Japan to work together at the 2022 One Ocean Summit to combat illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing.

Lessons learnt from the IUU fishing Regulation for an ambitious corporate governance legislation: The EU Commission's Directorate-General for Justice, Consumer Rights and Gender Equality will soon set rules for companies to protect human rights and our natural environment. In this letter on sustainable business legislation, Oceana Europe and the Environmental Justice Foundation address EU Commissioner Didier Reynders and propose to apply the benefits of the EU regulation against illegal fishing to the SCG framework.

A race to the top: Lessons learnt from the EU’s law on illegal fishing to secure an EU framework to lead global sustainable corporate governance: In 2022, the European Commission intends to release its legislative proposal for a Sustainable Corporate Governance Directive on mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence. The Environmental Justice Foundation, Oceana, The Nature Conservancy and WWF strongly encourage the EU to deliver a robust and world-leading Sustainable Corporate Governance framework, outlining their recommendations in this report informed by the lessons learnt from the EU’s law on illegal fishing.