93% of British Columbians view marine conservation as a key pillar for the development and sustainability of the province’s coastal economy.
Mowi, a seafood company, is suing Fisheries Minister Joyce Murray and her predecessor over the closure of the company’s fish farms.
50% of BC shellfish comes from the same ocean area where shipbreaking occurs. What can we do about it?
Excellent news: Indigenous coastal guardians have received park ranger authority to manage and monitor their respective territories.
Learn about the Great Bear Sea, the threats it faces, and how the Great Bear Sea MPA Network can help restore the health of BC’s coast.
The benefits of the Great Bear Sea MPA Network are virtually endless, from protecting coastal habitats to supporting healthy ecosytems.
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are designated areas of the ocean and coastal regions which are managed to protect marine ecosystems, habitats, and species while also enhancing local and regional fishing stocks.
Scientists are concerned about the risks fish farms pose to wild salmon, including the transfer of diseases.
How will a new network of marine protected areas in the Great Bear Sea result in economic prosperity for local communities?
The implementation of marine protected areas will promote economic prosperity for local communities.