Expert say underwater human activities interfere with navigation of marine mammals but more research and data needed to point cause of cetaceans stranding.
Category: Ocean and maritime
Better marine coordination needed to minimize cetaceans stranding
Expert say the occurrence of stranding is an alarm. While Indonesia still lacks resources to conduct further research into the cause of cetaceans stranding.
Noise pollution turns Savu Sea more treacherous for whale migration
For centuries the Savu Sea provided safe passage for whales migrating from Australia to Indonesia. Today, human activities is threatening cetaceans and its habitat.
2022 UN Ocean Conference: Indonesia shares strategies in plastic waste management
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A visit to the world’s best market in Portugal
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UN holds Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal
UN Secretary General António Guterres speaks at the opening plenary of the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon.
Women fishers play key role in fisheries sector but lack protection
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Coastal women in Demak fight patriarchy with economic empowerment
After a long struggle, 31 women fishers in Tambakpolo and Morodemak Village, Central Java, received recognition as fishermen and equal rights.
Fisherwomen in Demak struggle to achieve equality
Fisherwomen in Demak fight against patriarchy in to gain equality and recognition of their status as fishers.
Plastic waste threatens phytoplankton population of sea off Ternate
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