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267033128 Restoring our contract with nature and the ocean commons.  
267033127 Seagrass meadows vital for marine conservation.  
267033126 Prospects for Pacific maritime security co-operation 'of coral made'.  
267033125 The Silent Deep: The Discovery, Ecology & Conservation of the Deep Sea.  
267033124 Modern Day Uab.  
267033123 Eradicating Ecocide.  
267033122 The End of the Line: How Over-fishing is Changing the World & What We Eat.  
267033121 Voyage of the Turtle: In Pursuit of Earth's Last Dinosaur.  
267033120 Atlas of Oceans: exploring this hidden world.  
267033119 Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis.  
267033118 Water Whisperers: Tangaroa.  
267033117 Pacific Island countries strive to save their tuna fisheries.  
267033116 The most remote fishery on earth: over-fishing worldwide has driven fishers to the unique Ross Sea in Antarctica in pursuit of toothfish, a fish previously only deemed worthy by a handful of polar scientists, writes marine scientist Cassandra Brooks. Should we be fishing in Antarctica which is designated a place of peace, to be protected from exploitation?  
267033115 The Ross Sea: Dr David Ainley describes the Ross Sea in Antarctica, a rich biodiversity hotspot and perhaps the last remaining ocean on earth where top predators abound and drive the ecosystem. But industrial fishing, with New Zealand companies being major participants, threatens to destroy this unique ocean habitat and its abundant life.  
267033114 Beyond duplicity and ignorance in global fisheries.  
267033113 US$50 billion fish loss.  
267033112 NZ puts tuna on extinction track.  
267033111 Keep coal in hole.  
267033110 PNG rejects US fishing rights.  
267033109 Deep sea mining plan.  
267033108 Climate funds with strings.  
267033107 Higher carbon tax for Australia.  
267033106 Mine contaminates Kakadu.  
267033105 Floods cost $a12 billion.  
267033104 Emissions highest ever.  
267033103 High radiation levels in sea.  
267033102 Marine plan protects climate.  
267033101 Damage to oceans by 2050.  
267033100 Penguins hungry.  
267033099 Moruroa nuclear threat.  
267033098 Industrial and military activities poisoning the oceans.  
267033097 Deep seabed mining: frontier to oblivion! Mining the seabed is a new industrial frontier with destructive consequences for marine life, writes Dennis Small. With the oceans already showing many signs of serious damage from current industrial activity, adding to the damage by intensively mining the seabed will take us further down the road of ecological disaster.  
267033096 Food security threatened by acidifying oceans.  
267033095 The oceans and climate change: unprecedented threats for marine life.  
267033094 Mighty oceans--font of life.  
267033093 Restoring the health of the oceans.  
239169796 The traditional Melanesian economy resilient in global economic crisis.  
239169795 North American union joins forces with world's largest Spanish co-operative.  
239169794 A brief history of anarchism.  
239169793 Inspiration for local economies today: the success of the Spanish collectives.  
239169792 How consumption not population growth drives climate change.  
239169791 A true hero of the Earth: Katherine Victoria Goldsmith reflects on how her husband, founder of The Ecologist, Edward Goldsmith, spurned a life of easy privilege to spend his life studying, writing and vigorously opposing the established ideas of economic progress, in the process galvanising the environmental movement worldwide. This article was written four years before his death in 2009.  
239169790 Edward Goldsmith: pioneering ecologist, activist, lover of life: Peter Bunyard pays tribute to the extraordinary life and work of pioneering eco-philosopher, Edward Goldsmith, founding editor of the ecologist in the UK in 1970 and co-founder of Pacific Ecologist in 2002.  
239169789 Call for govt action on tuna.  
239169788 ETS a subsidy for polluters.  
239169787 Power to the people.  
239169786 Green MPS bring hope.  
239169785 Theft of Papuan land denounced.  
239169784 Chiefs say protect custom land.  
239169783 Halt Pacific trade deal.  

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