Launch - new report from the Ocean Panel
The threat of criminal activity in the fisheries sector has concerned the international community for a number of years. In more recent times, organized crime in fisheries as a phenomenon has come to the fore. It is frequently transnational and can manifest in a broad range of criminal offences, the most common being economic crimes, such as money laundering, fraud, forgery, tax and customs evasion, corruption, and human trafficking.
Building Back Better with #BlueEconomy
Fourteen world leaders, including Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg, propose a more resilient approach and investing in a more sustainable ocean economy
Marine litter & micro plastics – increasingly urgent
14 February 2019 - One of the fastest growing environmental concerns of our time is pollution of the oceans by marine litter and micro plastics. Norway, together with Gabon, France and the Geneva Environment Network, hosted a panel debate to discuss possible solutions to this growing challenge.