|June 2008: Protecting deep sea life on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
December 2007: Irish reefs safeguarded for the time being
March 2007: Increasing protection for vulnerable deep-water habitats in the NE Atlantic
May 2006: North Sea Ministerial Meeting on Shipping and Fisheries
March 2006: Protecting Spain's marine treasures - creating a network of marine protected areas (MPAs)
December 2005: Close the deep - warns WWF
June 2005: Where are all the marine protected areas?
January 2005: Why do we need a new marine law?
December 2004: How to protect a place in the blue ocean?
November 2004: Urgent action needed to protect seamounts, cold-water corals, and other vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems
July 2004: European Court fails to save Azorean deep sea wilderness
March 2004: Russia puts oil interests ahead of maritime protection
February 2004: Hope for Europe‘s coral reefs
December 2003: Ministers fail to save fish stocks
December 2003: Distress flares fired for deep sea species
November 2003: Norwegian paradise in danger as government secretly decides on oil drilling plans
November 2003: Prestige: one year on, a continuing disaster
November 2003: Make the Galicia Bank a Marine Protected Area
August 2003: EU throws lifeline to protect Scotland's coral reefs
June 2003: WWF at the OSPAR-HELCOM Ministerial Meeting
June 2003: Norway lauded for protecting cold water coral reefs
June 2003: Plans to trawl deep-sea jewels must be rejected
May 2003: Countdown to the North-East Atlantic and Baltic Ministerial Meeting
November 2002: Ignorance no excuse for unregulated exploitation of seamounts.
August 2002: WWF welcomes publication of key marine pollutant list.
June 2002: WWF honours Azores government initiative on designating the first deep-sea marine protected areas (MPAs).
June 2002: Natura 2000 in the Atlantic marine environment.
March 2002: WWF at the 5th North Sea Conference.
January 2002: Save Europe's web of life - protect our cold water corals!
October 2001: Save the Wadden Sea - stop shipping accidents now!
October 2001: Good news for the Darwin Mounds - WWF welcomes government initiative on unique British corals.
August 2001: High bycatch rates threaten harbour porpoise in the North Sea.
May 2001: Protect the High Seas before it is too late, Governments urged.
December 2000: Save the Wadden Sea – avert black tides!
September 2000: UK sea life on red alert.
June 2000: Norway protects shallowest cold water coral reef.
February 2000: German Minister of Foreign Affairs meets harbour porpoise.