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The Chinese icebreaker Xue Long sails from Fremantle Harbour on its way home from Antarctica. Bahnfrend/Wikimedia Commons

Why Antarctica depends on Australia and China’s alliance

Australia and China both have a keen interest in the frozen continent. And while they don't agree on everything, there is great scope for scientific collaboration.
Fishermen rescued from a boat on which they were trafficked to work. Pring Samrang/Reuters

Why it’s so hard to fight fisheries crime

There are no proper laws to combat fisheries crime. As a result, a number of organisations need to join forces to stop the problem.
South Africa could grow by developing its oceans economy. The starting point is to build the skills that are required by the industry. Shutterstock

What South Africa can do to harness a neglected resource – its oceans

South Africa’s oceans economy can contribute R177 billion to the GDP and create up to one million new jobs by 2033. But this requires more skilled people to drive the growth.

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