How Africa Can Protect Its Blue Economy on #WorldOceansDay
The time where fishermen or businesses could just move to a new untapped location is over. The ocean is nearing the limits of what it can provide without going into decline. There's nowhere else to go for new biological resources. We must nurture what we have, writes David Obura for The Conversation Africa.
The Conversation Africa, 7 June 2017
The United Nations Ocean Conference marks the first time that oceans have been put at the forefront of global affairs. It straddles the United Nations Oceans Day on 8 June, giving… Read more »
Citizen, 7 June 2017
The ocean is amazing - It covers almost three quarters of the Earth's surface and contains 97 per cent of the Earth's water. Billions of people depend on the ocean for their income… Read more »
The Herald, 8 June 2017
Despite being a landlocked country, Zimbabwe takes the implementation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 seriously, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Halt Marine Life Degradation'
The Herald, 7 June 2017
The world should ramp up efforts to halt the degradation of the marine environment by moving from rhetoric to action, Zimbabwe Ambassador to the United Nations, who is also… Read more »