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Exhibition showcases 60 years of underwater pioneering by living national treasure
UN endorses marine conservation project
UQ marine conservationist awarded top science prize
You can have your say on Commonwealth fisheries policies
Where do NZ’s political parties stand on fisheries?
Seafood New Zealand Finds “Much to Like” in Green’s Oceans Policy, but Warns Against Misinformation
NSW again rolls out antiquated shark net technology – marine advocates respond by calling on the public to fax the Premier
More than $8M awarded to 19 Monash researchers in ARC DECRA scheme
Deep dive into microbial life of sharks
Government told to stop pretending the shark nets benefit public safety
Plastic pollution in Committee’s sights 10 August
Conservationists slam NOPSEMA decision to allow seismic blasting for controversial Scarborough gas project
Over 150 threatened and protected* wildlife caught in NSW shark nets in the last year, with majority killed, new data reveals
Great Barrier Reef still facing ‘In Danger’ threat next year
Monster seismic blasting plans in southern Australia’s waters threaten whales & marine life
New Great Sandy Marine Park plan is a win for conservation, tourism & recreational fishing 
Plastics feeding climate crisis: emissions to double by 2050
Friday five: How to embrace Plastic Free July – Wollongong
FAO and partner agencies tasked with leading $115 million Clean and Healthy Oceans Program
From little things, big things can grow – prompting climate action
Human rights vital for conservation
Giant saltworks proposal threatens Exmouth Gulf, Ningaloo
AMCS Patron and literary great Tim Winton awarded Order of Australia
Reef gillnet ban will protect dolphins, dugongs, turtles and sharks in big leap forward
Massive win for Australia’s unique Sub-Antarctic ocean wildlife 
Australia supports limits on plastic production at global negotiations
Byron Bay’s waters recognised internationally as critical for ocean health and needing protection
ACT bans more plastics but drops plan to ditch plastic takeaway containers & polystyrene packaging
After 50 years of research Australia’s coral reefs are still in hot water. The Australian Museum 2023 Talbot Oration: ‘Coral Reefs in…
Protecting oceans Palauan way
Drones the latest weapon being used to combat the spike in ghost nets across the NT coastline
Drones the latest weapon being used to combat the spike in ghost nets across NT coastline
Could Tasmania host world’s first extinction of shark or ray in modern times?
Australia’s marine environment needs more funding after decade of neglect
Aussies don’t know what they’re getting with their seafood, & key industry players don’t want to change that 
Gillnets obliterating endangered species in Reef waters
Ocean conservationists toast Queensland refund for wine & spirit bottles
Reef catchment erosion repair funding will help GBR, but more needed
Australia needs plastics laws after business fails to deliver
Plastic action or distraction? As climate change bears down, calls to reduce plastic pollution are not wasted
Indigenous knowledge offers solutions, but its use must be based on meaningful collaboration with Indigenous communities
New research shows Australia’s southern reef marine life collapsing
IPCC report shows Australia must do more to protect Reef, oceans and climate
Endangered sawfish win reprieve with NT fishing closure
Ten years of ‘Betterment’ brings best value for Queensland infrastructure
Penguin paradise and geological freak: why Macquarie Island deserves a bigger marine park
Report backs plan to expand marine protection for Macquarie Island
Conservation groups welcome completion of High Seas Treaty