CCAMLR Secretariat staff had the pleasure of visiting the Japanese oceanographic and fisheries research vessel, the Umitaka (Sea hawk) Maru when it called into Hobart in early February.
SCAR and COMNAP Antarctic Research Fellowships 2015 and CCAMLR Scientific Scholarships 2015 have just been announced.
CCAMLR has always enjoyed excellent relations with the governors of Tasmania so we were delighted to welcome the new Governor of Tasmania, Professor Kate Warner AM, for her first visit to the Secretariat.
Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is a serious global problem that contributes to overfishing, creates unfair competition and impedes sustainable fisheries. IUU fishing respects neither national boundaries nor international attempts to manage fishing on the high seas.
Myoin Chang from the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, Republic of Korea, has completed a 12-month internship at the CCAMLR Secretariat.
Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is a serious global problem that contributes to overfishing, creates unfair competition, and impedes sustainable fisheries.
Member countries of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) have agreed on a range of measures to conserve Antarctica’s marine living resources.
The CCAMLR tag-return lottery, sponsored by the Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators (COLTO), has been drawn and this year's winner is Mr N. MacLeod of Sanford, representing the New Zealand vessel, San Aspiring.
Lieutenant Governor of Tasmania, His Excellency The Honourable Chief Justice Alan Blow OAM, opens the Thirty-third Meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR).
In an effort to help people find out about CCAMLR and what it is we do we've produced a short video for our website.