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OceanYouth are making waves at INNOVOCEAN

By OceanEarth | 6 December 2023

Last week, six of our Ocean Youth ambassadors were invited to participate at INNOVOCEAN 2023.  Now in its second year, the summit, an initiative of Ocean Impact Organisation, celebrated the power […]

OceanEarth Foundation’s Position on the Voice Referendum

By OceanEarth | 2 December 2023

OceanEarth Foundation acknowledges and pays respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of Australia. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded, that colonisation […]

OceanEarth Foundation partners with Sydney Zoo to help bring sharks back from the brink

By OceanEarth | 2 December 2023

Every year more than 100 million sharks are killed, with overfishing threatening their survival and putting marine ecosystems at risk of collapse. Thousands of sharks are caught accidently or become entangled […]

NSW Fishers Encouraged To Round Up Yabby Traps To Help Restore Fish Habitat

By OceanEarth | 2 December 2023

The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has partnered with TierraMar, through its Ghostnets Australia program, OzFish Unlimited and Boating, Camping Fishing (BCF) to encourage the recreational fishing community to […]

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