NOAA: Agreement on the International Dolphin Conservation Program (AIDCP)

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SCADPlus: International Dolphin Conservation Programme:: Offers summaries of legislative activities of the European Union. Find information on measures taken to reduce species mortality during tuna fishing.

NOAA Aquaculture Program:: NOAA and the Department of Commerce have finalized draft national aquaculture policies that support sustainable marine aquaculture in the United States. The intent of the policies is to guide Commerce and NOAA's actions and decisions on aquaculture and to provide a national approach for supporting sustainable aquaculture. As a federal agency under the U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA is one of the primary agencies charged with permitting and ove

NOAA Climate Program Office:: Assists by sponsoring focused scientific research aimed at understanding climate variability and it predictability.

Delphis Mediterranean Dolphin Conservation:: a non profit organization for the conservation of cetaceans through education and research in the waters of Ischia Island. Find description of projects, publications, projects, and staff profiles. In English and Italian.

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society:: International charity dedicated to the worldwide conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and porpoises.

BBC - Nature - Cetaceans: Whale and Dolphin Conservation:: Discover information on the current status of the animals. Find a summary of the main threats to their survival and related links.

Wildlife Conservation Network: Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Program:: Presents the program with the latest news and photographs. Includes information about Claudio Sillero-Zubiri's work with conservationists and the local Ethiopian communities.

ESRI Conservation Program:: Conservation information and links to organisations.

New England Plant Conservation Program:: A voluntary alliance of over 65 botanists, private institutions, and government agencies, organized to promote the recovery of New England's endangered flora.

Genetic Resources Conservation Program:: A University of California Program, concerned with California's biological diversity and its conservation in the broadest sense: onsite and offsite conservation of the native flora and fauna, collections of germplasm amassed for agricultural, medicinal, and industrial uses, and collections of genetic stocks, tissues, cells, and DNA developed for teaching and research purposes.

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