The Western Pacific Fishery Management Council advocates most often for Hawaii’s fishing industry, but yet it managed to become a voting member of the World Conservation Congress.
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Fish Council Votes Against Ocean Protection Measure
How Fishing Interests Infiltrated Conservation’s Biggest Event
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An All-Star Panel Talks Big Ideas About The Future Of Oceans
IUCN: Extinction Threatens 87 Percent Of Hawaii’s Native Plants
Two Things The ‘Father Of Biodiversity’ Fears Most: Trump And Nuclear War
Jane Goodall Says Aloha
Drop The Oxybenzone, Or Stop Swimming In Hawaiian Waters
IUCN Protesters: The Military Is Destroying The Planet
Obama Fish: Scientists Name Newly Discovered Fish After President
Climate Change: ‘If We Save Tuvalu, We Save The World’
Ige On Water Protection: Don’t Stop At Papahanaumokuakea
Obama In Honolulu: ‘No Nation Is Immune To A Changing Climate’
Why The World Conservation Congress Is A Big Deal For Hawaii
UH Preps For Conservation Event
IUCN Passes OK For Lawmakers
Hawaii’s State Of The Environment: Good, Bad And Ugly
$4 Million OK’d For Conservation Event
More Money Needed For Conservation Event In Honolulu
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