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Issue 43 | Blue Pulse: Marine Conservation Bulletin
Issue 42 | Blue Pulse: Marine Conservation Bulletin
Issue 41 | Blue Pulse: Marine Conservation Bulletin
Ocean Conservation
The ocean is the world's largest sink of carbon and source of oxygen. It regulats the global climate. It’s is the cradle of life, the origin of terrestrial ecosystems. It is an important resource for human development, which affords cou...

With the United Nations Biodiversity Summit held last week, discussions on the process of biodiversity conservation are gaining momentum. While the annual meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) is approaching and discussions on the process of establishing marine protected areas in the Antarctic Peninsula are gathering momentum.


The impact of climate change on the polar oceans is once again the focus of Blue Pulse’s attention, along with our concern that the design and management of marine protected areas determines the costs and benefits of conservation.


This issue focuses on coral reefs and includes a discussion of coral reef responses to climate change from the perspectives of productivity, biodiversity, and fisheries.


This time we focus on the recent oil spill event in Mauritius, as well as environmental impacts of commercial seabed mining activities.


This issue focuses on impacts of ocean changes associated with climate change on fisheries, and gives attention to recent successive news of illegal fishing activities associated with Chineses fishing vessels.


This issue focuses on discussions related to ocean on China’s 14th Five-Year Plan, and focuses on latest progress of post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework, and continues to discuss marine conservation.

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