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Authorities dragging their feet on 2022 diving strategy – ADPD

Authorities dragging their feet on 2022 diving strategy – ADPD

Updated 11:30 with ADPD statement Timesofmalta.com reports that during a press conference yesterday, ADPD – the Green Party spokespersons remarked about the lack of progress on the diving strategy announced in 2022. DIvinginfo.mt a few days ago also reported on the lack of progress on action points in this strategy in this article of a Read More

Diving Strategy 2022 – One year later, disappointing results

Diving Strategy 2022 – One year later, disappointing results

divinginfo.mt has been in the last few weeks trying to identify the progress on the Objectives and action points that were announced as part of the “Developing a Sustainable Diving Industry in the Maltese Islands – A strategy for the future 2022” which had been announced on the 23 May 2022, in a glitzy press Read More

Octopus Fest – on a kitchen table

Octopus Fest – on a kitchen table

It is well known that these islands have a sizeable group of dedicated individuals who practice spearfishing. This website is not at all against such practices, within the limits of the law. Spearfishing in fact, can be practiced in most areas of the Maltese Islands, except in conservation zones few other restricted areas. There are Read More

National Strategy for the Environment launched for consultation

National Strategy for the Environment launched for consultation

Timesofmalta.com reports that cleaner air quality, zero waste, thriving biodiversity, flourishing seas – these are among the goals Malta has to reach by 2050 according to the National Strategy for the Environment 2050 launched for public consultation on Wednesday. The strategy builds on eight strategic goals, which tackle traditional environmental facets while focusing on key Read More

‘There are so many jellyfish that we need to eat them’

‘There are so many jellyfish that we need to eat them’

From the Times of Malta Turning jellyfish into a delicacy is one of the most effective ways to control exploding jellyfish invasions in the Mediterranean, according to scientists. As jellyfish species bloom exponentially due to overfishing and climate change, scientists and a team of Michelin-star chefs around the world are working to put jellyfish soups, Read More

New diving strategy to ensure year-round access to popular sites

New diving strategy to ensure year-round access to popular sites

From Times of Malta Seashore ladders at Malta’s top diving sites will no longer be removed in winter, as the island plans on boosting its recreational scuba diving industry and making up for losses inflicted by the pandemic. The authorities will also look into ensuring the availability of parking spots close to diving sites and Read More