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Anchors have destroyed over 20% of posidonia in spanish Natural Park in only four years
Oceana has accessed a scientific report that proves the degradation of this EU-protected habitat due to illegal mooring.
Oceana applauds the Balearic Public Prosecutor's precautionary measure to stop Mahón harbour dredging
Oceana will continue working against the dumping of polluted muds into the sea
Oceana demands that the pouring of polluted muds in Maó be stopped, as it coincides with the razorfish spawning season
The Spanish Institute of Oceanography has demanded that the pouring of the dredged material not take place in this period, between April and August.
President Bauzá agrees to study the enlargement of the Cabrera National Park before Alexandra Cousteau
Extending Cabrera by 10 might provide the Balearics with the largest National Park in the entire Mediterranean at no greater costs.
Alexandra Cousteau will visit Cabrera to support the enlargement of the National Park
After Jacques Cousteau’s visit to the island in 1977, his granddaughter has joined an Oceana diving team to take new images of Cabrera.
Oceana denounces before UNESCO the dumping of polluted waste from Maó
The project includes many errors and deficiencies breaching the declaration of Minorca as a Biosphere Reserve.
Oceana finds protected species and habitats in the area chosen to dump the polluted dredging waste from Mahón harbour
Two protected sponge species were found, as well as other species of commercial interest, such as octopus, cuttlefish, red scorpionfish, and painter comber
The unsustainable situation in Cabrera reaches the European Parliament
MEP Raül Romeva questions the current management of the Cabrera National Park in the European Parliament
Oceana publishes an IEO report against the project for the dredding of Maò harbour
Oceana requested in December that the Port Authority, in charge of the dredging, provide this report, and thanks to this it has come to light.
Oceana to send evidence of illegal fishing in Cabrera to the EU
Today marks the sixth anniversary of the entry into force of the Mediterranean Regulations, banning trawling in essential habitats.
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Oceana's latest expedition confirms the need for expanded marine protected areas in the Balearics
August 14, 2014
Oceana launches an expedition to Cabrera and the Balearic seamounts
August 4, 2014
Oceana applauds protection of 40,000 Hectars in Cabrera and the Balearic Islands
May 21, 2014
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