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The calm before the storm – the fishermen waiting for Brexit by Kira Taylor December 09, 2018   |  Source : Cornish Stuff  | Copyright : 2018 | MH Magazine

Fishermen are worried about what could be conceded during Brexit negotiations and, with the meaningful vote coming up, their eyes are fixed on Westminster. Newlyn looks the same as it always has. The Atlantic sweeps into the bay, gently rocking the boa...

More fish, better lives for fishermen in Alexandria by Sarah Mohamed December 09, 2018   |  Source : Ahram Online  | Copyright : 2010 Ahram Online

“Making a living means quick thinking”, “May the Lord take care of you”, and other such expressions adorn the fishing boats of Alexandria, creating a colourful tableau of a profession that has been handed down from generation to generation in this...

32 Kenyan fishermen arrested in Tanzania released by Claire Wanja December 09, 2018   |  Source : KNA  | Copyright : Kenya Broadcasting Corporation 2017

Tanzania court has released 32 Kenyan fishermen who had been detained in the country for the past three weeks after paying a ransom of Tsh.400,000 which is equivalent to Ksh.18,000. Other four Kenyan fishermen are however still detained in Tanzania aft...

Australia's silence during climate change debate shocks COP24 delegates by Ben Doherty December 09, 2018   |  Source : The Guardian  | Copyright : 2018 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies

As four of the world’s largest oil and gas producers blocked UN climate talks from “welcoming” a key scientific report on global warming, Australia’s silence during a key debate is being viewed as tacit support for the four oil allies: the US, Sau...

Here’s a way to fight climate change: Empower women by Emily Dreyfuss December 09, 2018   |  Source : Grist  | Copyright : 1999-2018 Grist Magazine, Inc.

“Gender and climate are inextricably linked,” said environmentalist and author Katharine Wilkinson on stage at TEDWomen last week, a gathering of women thought leaders and activists in Palm Desert, California. Women, she says, are disproportionatel...

COP24 addresses climate change displacement ahead of crunch migration meeting December 08, 2018   |  Source : UN News  | Copyright : United Nations 2018

“Changing weather, floods and droughts in many places increasingly threaten people’s safety and livelihoods. That is leading a lot of families to have to consider whether they can stay where they are, or try to live somewhere else,” said Koko Warner...

Exporters target 10% of Rs 400 mn Chinese fish oil and meal markets by 2019 by Dilip Kumar Jha December 07, 2018   |  Source : BS  | Copyright : 2018 Business Standard Private Ltd. All rights reserved.

A week after opening China’s market access, Indian exporters are looking to grab at least 10 per cent market share of $400 million Chinese fish oil and meal markets by calendar 2019. China imports fish oil to the tune of $143.29 million and fish meal...

Frenzy for fish means torturous life at sea for migrant fishermen by Inna Lazareva December 07, 2018   |  Source : Thomson Reuters Foundation  | Copyright : Thomson Reuters Foundation

It was after nightfall when the folded sheet of paper was slipped under the door of the Mission to Seafarers building in South Africa’s Cape Town harbor. “We are fishermen workers of the ship Fuh Sheng 11,” stated the letter written by the mostly...

Their waters wrested away, Colombia's island fishermen lament - and learn December 06, 2018   |  Source : Thomson Reuters Foundation  | Copyright : 2018 timesofmalta.com

Casting his nylon fishing line into the waters off the Colombian island of San Andres, like generations before him, fisherman Oreste Howard points to the horizon of the turquoise blue Caribbean Sea and shakes his head. "Over there is a bank rich in fis...

Big push to bring ice plants to 91 fishing communities in the Philippines by Reicelene Joy N. Ignacio December 06, 2018   |  Source : BusinessWorld  | Copyright : 2018 BusinessWorld Publishing

Philippines Agricultural Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol said on Thursday that his department aims to establish ice-making facilities in 91 fishing centers nationwide by March, utilizing P282.5 million from the Agriculture and Fisheries Machinery and Equipm...

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