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Almost 70% of coastal fishermen in Bangladesh face food crisis due to fishing ban: Study July 08, 2020   |  Source : TBS  | Copyright : 2020 THE BUSINESS STANDARD All rights reserved.

About 70 percent fishermen in coastal areas of Bangladesh have no work at the moment because of the ongoing 65-day ban on fishing in the Bay of Bengal. And due to the lack of income, coupled with the failure to include their names in the government aid...

IORA’s new working group to support fisheries’ revival post-COVID-19 by Shem Oirere July 08, 2020   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2020 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Four African countries are among nine Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) members that have formed a new working group to explore options for supporting the seafood industry, and the wider marine fisheries and aquaculture industry in and around the Indian...

New UN global climate action report released July 08, 2020   |  Source : UNFCCC  | Copyright : UNCC

The United Nations Climate Change’s Momentum for Change initiative has released a new interactive, online report, showcasing shining examples of diverse climate solutions from around the world. The report tells the stories of 15 winners of our 2019 UN G...

Norway’s fisheries model mirrors the EU’s: ex-fisheries counsellor by Lidvard Gronnevet July 08, 2020   |  Source : FT  | Copyright : The Financial Times Limited 2020. All rights reserved.

Amid reports that fisheries is a key sticking point in the Brexit negotiations, what is the “Norwegian model” we hear the UK calling for? As former fisheries counsellor at the Mission of Norway to the EU in Brussels during negotiations in 1993-94, I c...

Center for American Progress Report shows need to bolster protections for fisheries July 08, 2020   |  Source : CAP  | Copyright : 2020 - Center for American Progress

A new report from the Center for American Progress shows that fishery managers rarely take necessary measures to protect the very habitat they designate as “essential,” leaving the commercial fishing industry to regulate itself in ways that aren’t w...

Drug trafficking could be putting ‘fragile fisheries’ at risk, study says by Elizabeth Claire Alberts July 08, 2020   |  Source : Mongabay  | Copyright : 2020 Copyright Conservation news

The fishing boat flew a Singaporean flag as it sailed toward Batam Island in Indonesia. But when Indonesian Navy officers intercepted the vessel and boarded it in February 2018, they discovered that the boat, and its four-person crew, were actually from T...

Pandemic’s effect on global seafood industry demand and pricing will be long-lasting, report says by Laine Welch July 08, 2020   |  Source : ADN  | Copyright : 2020 Anchorage Daily News. All rights reserved.

The global seafood industry will experience lasting impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, including reduced demand and pricing. That is the conclusion of the State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture report produced every two years by the Food and Agricul...

Net gains: Thai project turns fishing nets into virus protection gear by Patpicha Tanakasempipat and Juarawee Kittisilpa July 08, 2020   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : 2020 World Economic Forum

Thai fisherman Anan Jaitang used to pile tattered nylon fishing nets on the beach after hauls of wriggling crabs tore them beyond repair, but most of the nets wound up in the sea, threatening to entangle turtles and choke coral reefs. Now, Anan and oth...

Sushi meets AI: Japanese inventors app scopes out choice tuna cuts by Tim Kelly July 07, 2020   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : 2020. Firstpost - All Rights Reserved.

If you've ever bought supermarket sushi, you may know the taste trauma that hit Kazuhiro Shimura one night. But "disappointing" tuna sparked an idea: he'd develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system to make sure your sashimi is always delicious. Shi...

NOAA Fisheries moves to no-code project management system by Dave Nyczepir July 06, 2020   |  Source : fedscoop

The United States National Marine Fisheries Service implemented a no-code project management system, allowing any employee to be a project manager, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. No-code software lets users tailor an application w...

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