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Fishermen in India's Mumbai refuse to shift, threaten stir by DEVASHRI BHUJBAL July 19, 2019   |  Source : THE ASIAN AGE  | Copyright : 2016 - 2019 The Asian Age

Fishermen from Chhatr-apati Shivaji Fish Market — located near south Mumbai’s Crawford Market — are up in arms against the civic body for directing them to shift base to Airoli, as they feel their business would be badly affected. The BMC (Bombay...

IUCN red list reveals wildlife destruction from treetop to ocean floor by Damian Carrington July 18, 2019   |  Source : The Guardian  | Copyright : 2019 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

From the tops of trees to the depths of the oceans, humanity’s destruction of wildlife is continuing to drive many species towards extinction, with the latest “red list” showing that a third of all species assessed are under threat. The razing of...

Russia, Cambodia agree on closer fisheries, aquaculture partnership July 18, 2019   |  Source : UCN  | Copyright : 2019 Undercurrent News. All rights reserved.

Representatives from Russia and Cambodia have signed an agreement for a closer partnership between the countries' fishery and aquaculture departments, reports Khmer Times. The memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the pair was signed at last week's...

Study finds warming waters drove collapse of Mexico's jumbo squid fishery July 18, 2019   |  Source : Science Daily  | Copyright : 2019 ScienceDaily

The culprit responsible for the decline of Mexico's once lucrative jumbo squid fishery has remained a mystery, until now. A new Stanford-led study published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science identifies shifting weather patterns and ocean conditions as...

Indonesia's Fisheries Minister Susi says goodbye, tells fishermen to keep foreign ships away July 18, 2019   |  Source : The Jakarta Post  | Copyright : 2016 - 2019 PT. Niskala Media Tenggara

Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti has said goodbye to fishermen with her term set to come to an end in October and urged people to prevent foreign fishing vessels from entering Indonesian waters. She made her statemen...

Conference raises tough questions about retreat from rising seas by SARAH FECHT July 17, 2019   |  Source : State of the Planet/Earth Institute  | Copyright : Earth Institute, Columbia University

As the global thermostat climbs and polar ice melts, the oceans are swelling and swallowing up coastlines. By some calculations, rising seas could displace 13 million Americans by 2100. Nearly every state in the U.S. will be affected by people migrating i...

In Egypt pollution endangers natural fisheries, raises prices July 16, 2019   |  Source : Egypt Today  | Copyright : Egypt Today 2018, All Rights Reserved

Egypt’s fish market is vulnerable due to pollution, where industrial and agricultural wastes lead to the spread of viral and bacterial diseases, thus collectively accumulating an increase in prices. Hussein Abdul Rahman Abu Saddam, the allocated gen...

Pacific economies begin talks in Tokyo on regional saury fishing July 16, 2019   |  Source : The Japan Times  | Copyright : THE JAPAN TIMES LTD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Japan and seven other Pacific economies started discussions in Tokyo on Tuesday on saury fishing regulations in the northern Pacific. During the annual meeting of the North Pacific Fisheries Commission (NPFC), which runs through Thursday, Japan hopes t...

Massive shift underway in China’s aquaculture, fisheries sectors by Mark Godfrey July 16, 2019   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2019 Diversified Communications

It’s unlikely anyone on the average Chinese aquaculture worker’s wages will afford to eat often at “Guo,” a fancy new restaurant which opened recently at the New Century Hotel in Dalian, one of China’s traditional fishing and seafood processing ...

UK fisherman ordered to pay over £6,500 for breaking fisheries byelaws July 16, 2019   |  Source : GOV.UK  | Copyright : © Crown copyright

A licensed net fisherman in Sunderland, United Kingdom, was given a substantial fine and made to pay legal costs after admitting breaking fisheries byelaws in breach of his licence conditions. Appearing at Sunderland Magistrates’ Court, on July 10, W...

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