Nairobi Convention Coastal and Marine News Roundup for Western Indian Ocean: 08 – 15 March, 2019
Ocean Heat Waves are Killing Underwater Life, Threatening Biodiversity
Climate Change is Depleting our Essential Fisheries
Identifying species threatened with local extinction in tropical reef fisheries using historical reconstruction of species occurrence
7 Seychellois Researchers to Explore waters up to 500 metres deep
Kenya joins rest of the world on fight to save endangered shark, rays species
Seychellois team up to clean debris from remote island
South Africa pushes ahead with ocean monitoring satellite programme
Bangladesh: Harnessing the potential of Blue Economy
Will a new treaty boost Africa’s fight against maritime crime?
Move Over Great White Shark: A New Shark Rules South African Waters
Promising signs of Africa’s global leadership on maritime security
KMFRI's research vessel embarks on study on Kenya's North Coast bank
The Nairobi Convention is a partnership between governments, civil society and the private sector, working towards a prosperous Western Indian Ocean Region with healthy rivers, coasts and oceans.