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Meeting looks at marine issues

Tuesday 29 August 2017 | Published in Local

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Meeting looks at marine issues
Fishing vessels are a leading cause of pollution at sea, much of which also kills marine life. 17082832

A regional workshop which started on Rarotonga yesterday will provide the Pacific Islands with the help they may need to ratify the Cape Town Agreement of 2012, which addresses issues relating to human safety and ocean and marine species health.

A regional workshop which started on Rarotonga yesterday will provide the Pacific Islands with the help they may need to ratify the Cape Town Agreement of 2012, which addresses issues relating to human safety and ocean and marine species health.


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