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Governments to meet at UN to discuss first ever “Ocean COP”

(source: Greenpeace) New York, United States – Governments will meet at the United Nations HQ in New York this week to work on the UN Ocean Treaty, for the first time since it opened for signatures in September 2023. The meeting will focus on bringing the Treaty to life at sea, ahead of its entry into force which will happen once at least 60 countries have ratified the Treaty. Delegates must make decisions ...

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Consultative workshop with the Joint Maritime Chamber

In collaboration with the Naval Forces of the Lebanese Army, a workshop was organized with the members of the Joint Maritime Chamber to discuss the means of cooperation and coordination towards a network of marine protected areas. Member Representatives in the Joint Maritime Chamber from Official Administrations and Security Agencies participated in an interactive dialogue about the current situation, the c ...

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A new MPA Network in the Pacific Ocean by nine countries

Nine countries agreed to establish a network of ecologically interconnected marine protected areas (MPAs) along the Pacific coast of the Americas, from Alaska to Patagonia. The aim is to coordinate actions between countries to contribute to the protection and sustainability of ecosystems, as well as improve governance in marine protected areas. The "Americas for the Protection of the Ocean" coalition, ...

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