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New research offers roadmap towards sustainable pole-and-line-caught tuna May 15, 2012   |  Source : PhysOrg  | Copyright : Phys.Org™ 2003-2012

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China imposes fishing ban in South China Sea May 14, 2012   |  Source : The Philippine Star  | Copyright : 2011. Philstar

China is set to enforce a fishing ban in large swaths of the South China Sea for two-and-a-half months starting this Wednesday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday. A Chinese fisheries official said the ban would cover Panatag (Scarborou...

First farmed bluefin tuna fingerling farm ever to be built in Spain by Analia Murias May 14, 2012   |  Source : FIS  | Copyright : 1995 - 2012 Fish Info & Services Co.Ltd

The South Atlantic coastal aquaculture sector in Andalusia (Huelva-Cadiz) is addressing the launch of the first farm in the world dedicated specifically to the production of juvenile bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). This was expressed by the president of t...

Philippines to ignore China fishing ban May 14, 2012   |  Source : ABS-CBNnews.com  | Copyright : 2012 ABS-CBN Interactive

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Monday said the Philippine government will not recognize the fishing ban that China will impose over the South China Sea for two and a half months. DFA Secretary Albert del Rosario explained the Philippines wi...

No tsunami threat from Northern Chile earthquake May 14, 2012   |  Source : Bloomberg  | Copyright : 2012 staradvertiser.com

Northern Chile suffered a medium- sized earthquake in the regions of Arica and Tarapaca that caused some power failures and evacuations along coastal areas, the government reported. The University of Chile’s seismology service reported the magnitude ...

East African Community warned on Lake Victoria mismanagement by Charles Kakamwa May 14, 2012   |  Source : AllAfrica  | Copyright : 2012 New Vision

The Secretary General of the East African Community (EAC), Dr. Richard Sezibera, has cautioned member countries against the mismanagement of Lake Victoria, whose resources he said play a significant role in the integration of the region. Sezibera, who ...

Sacred Lake Titicaca in Peru/Bolivia being drowned by pollution by Sara Shahriar May 14, 2012   |  Source : Indian Country  | Copyright : 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC

Brown, rolling plains that seem to stretch on to eternity are suddenly broken by the brilliant blue of Lake Titicaca. The lake, which sits on the border between Peru and Bolivia, has supported indigenous farming and fishing communities for thousands of ye...

6th World Fisheries Congress attracts over 1,300 delegates from 65 countries May 14, 2012   |  Source : FISHupdate  | Copyright : 2009 Special Publications -part of Wyvex Media Limited

The 6th World Fisheries Congress has drawn to a close at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, attracting 1,365 delegates from 65 countries. Addressing “Sustainable Fisheries in a Changing World”, the Congress was opened by HRH The Prince ...

Amid problems, US fish stocks rebound by Jay Lindson May 14, 2012   |  Source : AP  | Copyright : 2012 The Associated Press

Federal regulators are reporting a record number of rebuilt fish populations in the U.S., even as problems continue to threaten the future of the high-profile New England fishing industry. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released it...

India to oppose EU’s climate protocol move May 14, 2012   |  Source : ET

In climate talks beginning on Monday in Bonn, India will oppose the EU's move to start negotiations on the draft of a new climate protocol in 2012 itself. Considering it another shift in the goalpost by the Europeans, the Indian team of negotiators is exp...

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