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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - MARINE AND COASTAL ENVIRONMENT

Endangered Sea Turtles return home to Saadiyat Island for nesting

Posted on 02/04/2017

The Environmental Services team at the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC), master developer of major tourism, cultural and residential destinations in Abu Dhabi, has concluded preparations on Saadiyat Island for the Hawksbill sea turtle nesting season. The critically endangered turtles are due to begin returning soon, and will be under the careful observation of TDIC's experienced Environmental Services team throughout the nesting season, which extends through the month of ...  >>MORE

Sharjah EPAA builds 72 artificial marine substrates in Kalba and Dibba Al-Hisn

Posted on 09/03/2017

The Environment and Protected Areas Authority of Sharjah, EPAA, has completed a number of marine substrates in the Eastern region, including 56 in Kalba and 16 in Dibba Al Hosn. Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, Chairperson of the EPAA, said, "56 marine substrates have been built in Kalba out of 580 substrates owned by 113 fishermen. In Dibba Al Hosn, 16 marine substrates have been built out of 40 substrates owned by 18 fishermen. These artificial marine substrates are areas in the sea where parts of car ...  >>MORE

Shark Week exhibit opens at Dubai Mall

Posted on 22/07/2016

A new shark exhibit opened at The Dubai Mall on Thursday to give residents a chance to know more about these sea creatures that are being killed and finned by the millions every year. The ‘Discovery Shark Week' exhibit is a hybrid of digital technology and a living aquarium that features the "shark heroes” of Discovery Channel's Shark Week show. The entrance to the exhibit is a computer-generated imagery (CGI) of a shark cage that divers use underwater to get close to sharks. The interactive ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Climate Change and Environment reaffirms UAE’s leading role in protecting sharks

Posted on 22/07/2016

Following the global spread of unethical and uncontrolled fishing methods and the rise of the shark fin trade which is putting shark species on the edge of extinction, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment reaffirms UAE's global role in the preservation of marine biodiversity and raising community awareness on the issue. Eng. Mariam Hareb, Assistant Under-Secretary of Water Resources and Nature Conservation Sector at the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, said, "In line with ...  >>MORE

Bu Tinah shoal recognised as one of ten most important sites for marine turtles in Indian Ocean region

Posted on 12/07/2016

ABU DHABI, 12th June, 2016 (WAM) -- The Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi, EAD, has recently been advised by the Indian Ocean and South East Asia, IOSEA, MoU Secretariat, of the inclusion of Bu Tinah shoal in the IOSEA Marine Turtle Site Network as an important site for marine turtles. The Secretariat is part of the United Nations Environment Programme's Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific based in Bangkok, Thailand. Of the seven species of marine turtles in the world, two can be found in Abu ...  >>MORE

Sending the turtles back to their home

Posted on 19/06/2016

Young students from the Dubai British School and some in-house guests of Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Hotel released at least 100 rehabilitated turtles back into the Arabian Gulf to celebrate World Sea Turtle Day on Thursday. "We're happy to send them back to their natural home," classmates Jessica Hewitt and Isabelle Foster told Khaleej Times, as 96 critically endangered juvenile hawksbills, one juvenile loggerhead, two juvenile greens and one large adult loggerhead slowly plodded through the ...  >>MORE

UAE joins Convention on Migratory Species, reaffirms strong commitment to international raptor and dugong conservation

Posted on 24/05/2016

The Convention on Migratory Species, CMS, the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, MOCCAE, and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, have committed themselves to advancing their cooperation to conserve migratory species of wild animals, with the UAE's recent accession to CMS as its 123rd member state, and the extension of the long-standing financial and in-kind support of CMS Office - Abu Dhabi by EAD on behalf of the Government of Abu Dhabi Emirate The accession of ...  >>MORE

Five sea turtles released in Sharjah to mark World Turtle Day

Posted on 24/05/2016

Five endangered turtles were released into the Arabian Gulf on World Turtle Day on Monday after being nursed back to health by marine biologists at Sharjah Aquarium. The four adult hawksbill turtles and a green turtle were returned to the sea at Al Hamriya Beach in the emirate. Despite international conventions prohibiting the hunting and trading of sea turtles, the global population of hawksbill turtles has plunged 80 per cent in three generations. "Sometimes they get hit by a boat. ...  >>MORE

Gulf Green Turtle Project launched

Posted on 22/05/2016

The Emirates Wildlife Society in association with the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (EWS-WWF), is marking World Biodiversity Day on May 22 by launching a ground breaking scientific research project - The Gulf Green Turtle Conservation Project - with the ultimate aim of conserving endangered marine species and critical habitats in the UAE and wider region. Over the course of the next four years the team of marine experts will gather scientific data on green turtle migration and mating ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi pupils cheer as rehabilitated turtles are released back to sea

Posted on 21/04/2016

The children crowded fearlessly close to the enormous turtle, staring in disbelief at the size of the green, three-flippered sea creature. "She's huge,” one pupil marvelled as Al Ouda, as the children have named her, lay quietly in an open container on the sands at Saadiyat Beach Club, her eyes open wide. Asked how much he thought the turtle weighed, one boy yelled: "100,000 tonnes.” The turtle, who acquired her name because she is like a big, round, old grandma, actually weighs a healthy ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre monitors changes on Dubai coastline landscape witnessed between 2009 and 2015

Posted on 07/04/2016

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) has announced the results of conducting an analytical study to monitor the changes on Dubai coastlines during varying periods between 2009 and 2015. The study covered the natural geographical and human changes the Dubai coastline witnessed, from Al Mamzar Beach Park to the Dubai Waterfront Project and the Arabian Canal. This study classified the land attached to the coast, and identified the expansion and the partial and total erosion ratios. The ...  >>MORE

Atlantis aquarium playing its part in marine conservation

Posted on 26/09/2015

There is a growing interest in the inhabitants of underwater worlds, which hopefully will bode well for their continuing survival. Species of coral are thriving in some of the world's saltiest and warmest waters, here in the Arabian Gulf. Their survival could provide answers as to why they are dying out elsewhere. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said about 12 per cent of the world's reefs had suffered bleaching in the past year because of rising sea temperatures. About ...  >>MORE

Dubai launches world’s first breeding programme for endangered sand tiger sharks

Posted on 13/08/2015

An ambitious new breeding project has been launched as an "insurance policy” to protect the future of the threatened sand tiger shark. In a world first, Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo has initiated an assisted breeding programme for the species, of which there are only 1,500 estimated to remain in the wild. The long-term project will develop technology that could eventually be used to artificially inseminate various species of sharks. "Artificial insemination has already been used on ...  >>MORE

Hawksbill turtles make a slow comeback

Posted on 01/08/2015

The globally endangered hawksbill sea turtle appears to be making a comeback in UAE waters albeit ever so slowly, marine ecology officials say. Under stress due to decades of increased human activity, pollution and natural threats in the Gulf, the hawksbill turtle has been a source of concern for environmentalists who have closely monitored the annual migration of the well-travelled sea creatures. Since 2005, the hawksbill has been a number-one priority for the Emirates Marine Environmental ...  >>MORE

Rare albino alligators arrive in Dubai

Posted on 23/07/2015

Two rare albino alligators are the newest residents of Atlantis, The Palm. It is the first time that the reptiles have appeared in the UAE. "After many months of research and careful consideration, The Lost Chambers Aquarium team decided to add these two rare albino alligators having received them from a farm in Florida,” said Natasha Christie, director of the aquarium. "Albino alligators are the rarest among their cold-blooded relatives and are found in USA and in China. Their genetic white ...  >>MORE

EAD sets up coral reef monitoring stations

Posted on 22/07/2015

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, is surveying the condition of the coral reefs in Abu Dhabi's coastal waters through 10 new monitoring and control stations. The National daily newspaper, quoting Ibrahim Bakla, Head of the Marine Evaluation and Control Unit at EAD, said the stations monitored temperature fluctuations hourly throughout the year and assessed data related to coral growth, live coral, dead coral and coral diseases. The monitoring stations are at Ras Ghaanda, Al Saadiyat, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi coral reef monitoring stations set up

Posted on 21/07/2015

The Environment Agency Abu Dhabi is surveying the condition of the coral reefs in the emirate's coastal waters through 10 new monitoring and control stations. Ibrahim Bakla, the head of the marine evaluation and control unit at the environment agency, said the 10 stations were inspected at six-month intervals to record coral reef data. Additional random visits are conducted for specific surveys or to assess the condition of the coral and identify any effects of natural or man-made events. ...  >>MORE

First hawksbill turtle nest of the year hatches successfully on Saadiyat

Posted on 07/07/2015

Tourism Development and Investment Company, TDIC, the master developer of tourism, cultural and residential destinations in Abu Dhabi, has announced the successful hatching of the first Hawksbill turtle nest on Saadiyat Beach this year. Over 80 baby turtles emerged from the nest, which is located adjacent to the Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas on Saadiyat Beach. Dr. Nathalie Staelens, Head of Environmental Services at TDIC, said, "We are very happy that the eggs – which are from this ...  >>MORE

Marawah marine biosphere reserve is protected and preserved

Posted on 29/06/2015

MIRFA: On most days, the few wooden cabins that line the white sandy beach of Salaha island – one of dozens that make up the Marawah Marine Biosphere Reserve – are empty. The last permanent resident, an old woman, moved to Mirfa on the mainland three years ago. But on weekends the island comes to life with the return of Emirati families, descendants of the people who once lived off the area's bountiful fish. "Until March, people come here for weekends and on vacations,” said Eid Al Romaithi, ...  >>MORE

Habitat mapping key to conservation and sustainable development: EAD

Posted on 16/06/2015

The Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, EAD, has completed mapping of terrestrial and marine habitats, land use and land cover for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, covering 59,640 square kilometres of terrestrial and 28,220 square kilometres of marine environments. This is possibly the largest and most detailed delineation of habitats in the world according to the EAD, adding that advanced image-processing techniques, together with validation through field surveys, have resulted in data accuracy exceeding ...  >>MORE

UAE to host next Ramsar COP13 in 2018

Posted on 10/06/2015

PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY: The United Arab Emirates was officially accepted as the host for the 13th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP13) to take place in Dubai in 2018. The announcement was made on 8th June 2015 during a plenary session attended by over 800 delegates from 160 countries meeting in Uruguay, who are attending the 12th Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP12). The UAE delegation ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Aquarium marks World Oceans Day by releasing fish into sea

Posted on 09/06/2015

The Sharjah Aquarium yesterday released marine species including hammour and parrotfish as part of an event celebrating World Oceans Day. Rabbit fish and Red-Toothed triggerfish were also among the fish released back into their natural habitat by a team from the aquarium as they highlighted the importance of protecting the marine environment. The event, organised by Sharjah Museums Department, SMD, under its ‘Because We Care' social responsibility initiative, was attended by officials, ...  >>MORE

EAD and TOTAL partnering for Dugong Conservation

Posted on 08/06/2015

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, Total Abu Al Bukhoosh and Total E&P Golfe Limited have signed an agreement extending the sponsorship of EAD's Dugong Conservation Programme, which has been exclusively sponsored by TOTAL since 1999. During the signing ceremony, Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Secretary-General of EAD, said, "We are immensely proud to have the second largest population of marine mammal dugongs in the world. The UAE has international responsibilities to conserve this vulnerable ...  >>MORE

Sharjah's Sir Bu Na’air Island signs onto IOSEA Marine Turtle MoU

Posted on 06/06/2015

The Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) of the Government of Sharjah has announced that Sharjah's Sir Bu Na'air Island, a tropical habitat and nesting place for hawksbill sea turtles, has signed onto the Indian Ocean and South-East Asia region (IOSEA) Marine Turtle Memorandum of Understanding (the MoU). The IOSEA Marine Turtle Memorandum of Understanding is an intergovernmental agreement maintained under the auspices of the UNEP / Convention on the Conservation of Migratory ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in 12th Meeting of the Conference of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

Posted on 01/06/2015

PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY: The United Arab Emirates is participating in the 12th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, COP12, which will be held in Punta del Este, Uruguay, from 1st to 9th June. The UAE will also participate in the 49th meeting of the Standing Committee which will take place on the 1st June, and regional meetings which will take place the next day. The UAE delegation is led by the Director-General of Fujairah Municipality, ...  >>MORE

Five UAE sites identified as areas of global biological and ecological importance

Posted on 27/05/2015

The UAE has identified five sites as areas of global biological and ecological importance during the recently-concluded regional workshop on Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs) in the North-Western Indian Ocean and the neighbouring Gulf region, announced the Ministry of Environment and Water. The Southwest Waters of Abu Dhabi, Marawah Marine Biosphere Reserve, Jebel Ali, Sir Bu Na'air Island & Khor Kalba, recognised for rich environmental biodiversity, were identified ...  >>MORE

Ski Dubai welcomes king penguin chick

Posted on 13/04/2015

A king penguin has been born at Ski Dubai, the first to hatch in the Middle East. The chick arrived in the penguin habitat on February 17 to parents Bubbles and Wall-E. The two had been taking turns keeping the egg warm with a small flap of their skin just above their feet. The two took turns feeding the chick. Ski Dubai's penguin experts have been closely monitoring the chick's weight, nutrition and progress since. The chick's gender is still unknown and a DNA test is under way. Results are ...  >>MORE

Endangered hawksbill turtles at Dubai Aquarium

Posted on 09/04/2015

Five critically endangered juvenile hawksbill turtles are being exhibited this month at the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo in Dubai Mall to highlight threats faced by the species. The Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project (DTRP) partnered with the aquarium for the exhibition, which aims to educate visitors about the turtle's habitat and global conservation efforts in the fight against extinction. After a 90-day rehabilitation period, the turtles will be fitted with satellite trackers and ...  >>MORE

Dubai Zoo associated with turtle rehabilitation project

Posted on 04/04/2015

The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo has announced that it is now associated with the Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project. The programme includes the rehabilitation and nursing of wounded baby sea turtles and helping them find their way back to the sea while tracking their progress, the aquarium said. Visitors can see the half-shelled turtles until April 30, before they are released back into the sea. The aquarium is also holding a naming competition for the baby turtles. Those interested ...  >>MORE

Sabkhas ideal source of energy: Professor

Posted on 19/03/2015

In an aim to highlight the importance of "sabkha” and its potential economic possibilities in the future, a professor at Zayed University (ZU) presented several studies and filmed a documentary to tell a story about Abu Dhabi's history and its marine environment and to better understand the past and current earth process. Sabkha is a phonetic translation of the Arabic word for a salt flat. Sabkhas are low-lying coastal salt flats of unique geological significance that have an average ...  >>MORE

EAD calls on community to help protect endangered dugongs

Posted on 05/03/2015

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, has called on the community once again to support it efforts to protect the endangered dugong species, which continue to face growing threats due to habitat loss and human activity. Dugongs (Dugong dugon), their foraging habitats and migratory routes in the UAE, are protected under Federal Laws 23 and 24 (1999). As a signatory to the United Nations Convention on Migratory Species, the UAE has an international responsibility to protect its dugongs. ...  >>MORE

New heat-tolerant algal species discovered in Abu Dhabi corals

Posted on 03/03/2015

A new species of algae has been discovered in coral reefs of Abu Dhabi, an organism that helps corals survive seawater temperatures of up to 36 degrees Celsius, temperatures that would be lethal to corals elsewhere in the world. In a collaborative project between New York University Abu Dhabi and the University of Southampton in the UK, researchers have identified a unique species of symbiotic algae that occurs in corals in the southern Arabian Gulf. The new species has been named Symbiodinium ...  >>MORE

UAE wins bid to host Ramsar conference in 2018

Posted on 08/02/2015

The UAE has won the bid to host the Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Ramsar Convention in 2018. The UAE's winning bid was presented during Ramsar's 48th Meeting of the Standing Committee (SC48) which was concluded on 30 January in Gland, Switzerland. At the meeting in Switzerland, the UAE's delegation to the meeting, led by Director-General of Fujairah Municipality, Mohammed Saif Al Afkham, officially presented the UAE's detailed bid to host the 2018 conference. China was the ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency launches Dugong Education Campaign

Posted on 21/10/2014

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, in partnership with Total and Total Abu Al Bukhoosh (ABK), yesterday launched the Dugong Education and Awareness campaign at Al Mamoura Auditorium, at EAD's headquarters in Abu Dhabi. The campaigns aims to raise awareness on the current threats that affect the dugong population found in Abu Dhabi, and how to provide the dugongs with a safe haven to live and breed. Commenting on the launch of the campaign, Ahmed Baharoon, EAD's Executive Director, ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. participates in international convention to protect Marine Turtles

Posted on 23/09/2014

The Ministry of Environment and Water took part in an international convention to conserve and protect marine turtles in and around the Indian Ocean. The seventh meeting of the Conservation and Management of Marine Turtles and their Habitats of the Indian Ocean and South-east Asia took place in Bonn, Germany earlier this month. The U.A.E. was one of 35 states participating in the meeting where members reached an agreement to strengthen efforts to conserve marine turtles in and around the ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi carries out first vessel-based survey of dolphins in coastal waters

Posted on 16/09/2014

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) has carried out the first vessel-based survey of dolphins in the coastal waters of Abu Dhabi, as part of its new Dolphin Conservation Programme to monitor the emirate's dolphins, study their biology, habitats and geographical distribution, ultimately supporting the long-term conservation of the species. The Dolphin Conservation Programme's survey, which was carried out by EAD's marine species specialists, included a capacity building component for ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. observes World Shark Day

Posted on 16/09/2014

The U.A.E. has joined the international community to save the marine wild environment by joining hands with conservationists who have called to observe World Shark Day on Sunday, as a landmark decision to better protect sharks goes into action. Dr Elsayed Ahmed, International Fund for Animal Welfare - Middle East and North Africa, Regional Director, said, "The Ministry of Environment and Water issued a resolution (500) for the year 2014 regulating the hunting and trading of sharks that took ...  >>MORE

Rare seahorse spotted at Dubai beach

Posted on 07/08/2014

A rare seahorse has been spotted by the Emirates Marine Environmental Group at Dubai Ladies Club Beach in Jumeirah. According to Al Ittihad, the Arabic-language sister paper of The National, the group also found more than 120 different species of sea creatures such as plankton, bottom fauna, coral reefs and fish at the beach. This sighting is the first of its kind in the area. Sheikha Manal bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, president of the Dubai Women's Establishment, said they were glad ...  >>MORE

What can we do to save the hawksbill sea turtles?

Posted on 15/07/2014

It is with some despondency the man charged with preserving the dwindling population of hawksbill sea turtles in the U.A.E. accepts that his own species is his biggest obstacle. "The number of turtles is decreasing, it's not increasing so far,” Emirates Wildlife Society-WWF project manager Moaz Sawaf tells me about the three-year progress of the conservation project he is heading. "Unfortunately the threats the turtles have are basically due to man.” He goes on to detail a quadruplet of ...  >>MORE

Turtles released into sea following rehab in Dubai

Posted on 17/06/2014

More than 100 critically endangered hawksbill turtles found sick and injured on beaches were on Monday released back into the sea after being nurtured back to health in Dubai. The release, cheered on by beachgoers and schoolchildren, coincided with World Sea Turtle Day on June 16. It also marked 10 years of the Dubai Turtle Rehabilitation Project (DTRP) of the Burj Al Arab hotel, which has rehabilitated and released almost 700 turtles. The turtles are handed over to DTRP by animal lovers ...  >>MORE

Marine life in U.A.E. recovering in extreme conditions

Posted on 15/06/2014

Marine life in the U.A.E. is facing man-made and natural stresses, but is recovering if not thriving. The country's marine life is found in two completely different bodies of water — to the north in the Arabian Gulf and to the east in the Gulf of Oman, connected to the Indian Ocean. More than 500 different species of fish inhabit the Gulf waters, with many more living in the Indian Ocean to the east of the U.A.E.. Sultan Alwan, Assistant Undersecretary for Water Resources and Nature ...  >>MORE

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Endangered Sea Turtles return home to Saadiyat Island for nesting


Sharjah EPAA builds 72 artificial marine substrates in Kalba and Dibba Al-Hisn


Shark Week exhibit opens at Dubai Mall


Ministry of Climate Change and Environment reaffirms UAE’s leading role in protecting sharks


Bu Tinah shoal recognised as one of ten most important sites for marine turtles in Indian Ocean region


Sending the turtles back to their home


UAE joins Convention on Migratory Species, reaffirms strong commitment to international raptor and dugong conservation


Five sea turtles released in Sharjah to mark World Turtle Day


Gulf Green Turtle Project launched


Abu Dhabi pupils cheer as rehabilitated turtles are released back to sea


Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre monitors changes on Dubai coastline landscape witnessed between 2009 and 2015


Atlantis aquarium playing its part in marine conservation


Dubai launches world’s first breeding programme for endangered sand tiger sharks


Hawksbill turtles make a slow comeback


Rare albino alligators arrive in Dubai


EAD sets up coral reef monitoring stations


Abu Dhabi coral reef monitoring stations set up


First hawksbill turtle nest of the year hatches successfully on Saadiyat


Marawah marine biosphere reserve is protected and preserved


Habitat mapping key to conservation and sustainable development: EAD


UAE to host next Ramsar COP13 in 2018


Sharjah Aquarium marks World Oceans Day by releasing fish into sea


EAD and TOTAL partnering for Dugong Conservation


Sharjah's Sir Bu Na’air Island signs onto IOSEA Marine Turtle MoU


UAE participates in 12th Meeting of the Conference of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands


Five UAE sites identified as areas of global biological and ecological importance


Ski Dubai welcomes king penguin chick


Endangered hawksbill turtles at Dubai Aquarium


Dubai Zoo associated with turtle rehabilitation project


Sabkhas ideal source of energy: Professor


EAD calls on community to help protect endangered dugongs


New heat-tolerant algal species discovered in Abu Dhabi corals


UAE wins bid to host Ramsar conference in 2018


Environment Agency launches Dugong Education Campaign


U.A.E. participates in international convention to protect Marine Turtles


Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi carries out first vessel-based survey of dolphins in coastal waters


U.A.E. observes World Shark Day


Rare seahorse spotted at Dubai beach


What can we do to save the hawksbill sea turtles?


Turtles released into sea following rehab in Dubai


Marine life in U.A.E. recovering in extreme conditions