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Great news for European fisheries  The European Parliament voted this month to significantly limit harmful subsidies that enable overfishing. This victory follows five years of campaigning by Oceana and allies for reforms in EU fisheries regulations that allowed for harmful subsidies and overfishing by European fleets. This victory will help protect fish stocks in Europe and all over the world.

Great news for European fisheries The European Parliament voted this month to significantly limit harmful subsidies that enable overfishing. This victory follows five years of campaigning by Oceana and allies for reforms in EU fisheries regulations that allowed for harmful subsidies and overfishing by European fleets. This victory will help protect fish stocks in Europe and all over the world.

Indonesian Borneo, East Kalimantan. Coal mining has caused widespread water pollution in the Makaham River, which flows through rainforests and is home to 147 indigenous freshwater fish species. Land erosion from deforestation and mining has dramatically increased the risk of flooding in the region. From 2010 to 2012, the city of Samarinda has recorded a total of 218 floods and has now acquired the reputation of "Kota Banjir", or flood city. ©Kemai Jufri/Greenpeace

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Indonesian Borneo, East Kalimantan. Coal mining has caused widespread water pollution in the Makaham River, which flows through rainforests and is home to 147 indigenous freshwater fish species. Land erosion from deforestation and mining has dramatically increased the risk of flooding in the region. From 2010 to 2012, the city of Samarinda has recorded a total of 218 floods and has now acquired the reputation of "Kota Banjir", or flood city. ©Kemai Jufri/Greenpeace

Let's all live green! This isn't the 90's anymore! This is the modern world with green technology! Live Green. - Wildlife Earth.

Let's all live green! This isn't the 90's anymore! This is the modern world with green technology! Live Green. - Wildlife Earth.

Climate and Oceans Tour MV Esperanza. Greenpeace inflatable with activists holding a banner that reads: '50 Nautical Miles'. The Esperanza follows the 106.000 tons Liberian flagged oil-tanker 'Moscow University' through the Barents sea. Photographer: Greenpeace / Christian Aslund

Climate and Oceans Tour MV Esperanza. Greenpeace inflatable with activists holding a banner that reads: '50 Nautical Miles'. The Esperanza follows the 106.000 tons Liberian flagged oil-tanker 'Moscow University' through the Barents sea. Photographer: Greenpeace / Christian Aslund

Shell Oil Arctic drilling rig runs aground - how in the world can deep sea drilling happen in the Arctic without harmful oil spills?

Shell Oil Arctic drilling rig runs aground - how in the world can deep sea drilling happen in the Arctic without harmful oil spills?

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