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ECBC NewsJune 2003Plan for UK marine nature reserves - 22nd June 2003Mauritanian bycatch causes mass deaths of dolphins and turtles - 20th June 2003Whales seen safer after Berlin whaling summit - 20th June 2003Activist group warns of unsafe mercury in tuna - 20th June 2003Whale watchers demand voice at world whaling body - 20th June 2003Dead porpoises disrupt Berlin whaling meeting - 20th June 2003Whales win no sanctuary from acrimonious Commission - 19th June 2003Bycatch porpoises delivered to IWC in Berlin - 19th June 2003Why dolphins aren't deaf - 19th June 2003UK announces harsher penalties for Wildlife Trade Offences - 18th June 2003Why dolphins get trapped in nets - 18th June 2003Dolphin dies after being rescued in Galveston - 17th June 2003Diver lost trying to free trapped whale - 17th June 2003 "Who plays by the fisheries rules?" - Commission launches public compliance scoreboard on the internet - 16th June 2003Nearly 1,000 whales drowning daily in fishing nets: study - 15th June 2003Sainsbury’s caught hoodwinking customers - 13th June2003Democratic life in the Union - 13th June 2003Common Fisheries Policy Compliance Scoreboard - 11th June 2003Baltic states meet to save dwindling fish stocks - 9th June 2003How Greenland is helping wild salmon - 9th June 2003Police save the day for dolphin - link to News12 Long Island - Rescue report and video - 7th June 2003European Parliament backs tough marine sulphur and electrical energy mix disclosure rules - 6th June 2003 EU parliament votes for less sulphur in ship fuel - 6th June 2003Background Notes for Agriculture and Fisheries Council of 11&12 June 2003 - 6th June 2003Decommissioning and transitional aid delays could hit cod recovery plans - 6th June 2003Species and ecosystem extinction; a direct consequence of human presence - 5th June 2003Look - but please don’t touch - 5th June 2003Europe celebrates “Green Week 2003” - 5th June 2003American anglers warned to watch out for mercury - 5th June 2003Upcoming reports link human well-being and nature - 5th June 2003Brazilian state oil company, Petrobras, reports 15 000 litre oil spill - 5th June 2003Banks to adopt environmental rules amid opposition - 5th June 2003 A Sea Change for U.S. Oceans Policy? - 4th June 2003Waitrose accused over salmon labelling - 4th June 2003Escaped farm salmon threaten native species - 4th June 2003Rare turtles spared in Albanian conservation plan - 4th June 2003Coastal Waters: A Pattern of Distress - posted 4th June 2003 Two arrested for selling dolphin meat for human consumption - 3rd June 2003G8 leaders pledge marine protection and clean water - 3rd June 2003 European Commission decides UK fish quota schemes incompatible with rules - 3rd June 2003Fishermen angry at bid to close off more of reef - 3rd June 2003Shopping for a better world - UNEP promotes “cool” green lifestyle 2nd June 2003Farmed salmon more successful breeders - 2nd June 2003UN Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and Law of Sea - 2nd June 2003 Plan to lock up 30 per cent of Barrier Reef - 2nd June 2003 Acting globally to reclaim the oceans' bounty - 2nd June 2003Large fish are becoming scarce - 2nd June 2003
Commissioner Wallström opening speech Green Week - pdf 70KB - 2nd June 2003
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