New book features three chapters by members of the OceansAsia Research Team! OceansAsia has been leader on the topic of wildlife crime in sea cucumber fisheries, and this month our…
OceansAsia, along with 19 other environmental groups, has endorsed a joint policy letter addressed to member countries of ICCAT.
Finally we are registered as an official NGO in Hong Kong!
This study examined media coverage of sea cucumber smuggling and poaching in Mexico from 2011 to 2021. Over this period, they identified 97 incidents, over 100.6 metric tonnes of sea cucumbers were seized by Mexican and U.S. authorities, with an estimated value of $29.55 million.
The plight of the sea cucumbers is largely going unnoticed, yet these "earthworms of the sea" play a vital role in the health of our oceans.
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New shark movie to be released on July 13 during Shark Week on Discovery Plus.
SEASPIRACY is the latest documentary out on Netflix.
Sea cucumber poaching and smuggling has been on the rise in Sri Lanka and the south of India. This study analyses incidents of sea cucumber crime in India and Sri Lanka between 2015 and 2020.
A loophole in the UK Customs laws allows someone to enter the UK carrying 20kg of shark fins, unchecked and duty free.