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MSC and Indonesia join forces for sustainable fishing by Ned Daly September 10, 2019   |  Source : Seafood Source

The Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) focused on increasing the accessibility of the MSC’s market-based program to fisheries in Indonesia. The a...

Ghana: Fishing has no future if government fails to stop illegal fishing – Expert warns September 10, 2019   |  Source : Ghana Web

The fishing industry is bound to collapse in the next 15 years if government does not clamp down on illegal fishing activities, which are fast-depleting the country’s fishing stock, Dr. Evans Kwasi Arizi, an aquaculture scientist, has said. The small pe...

Africa commits to transformative actions for sustainable blue economy September 10, 2019   |  Source : My Joy Online

African countries have committed to enhance the development of blue economy as the engine of growth, as it has the potential of driving industrialisation, alleviating poverty, increasing food security and creating job opportunities. During a blue econo...

FAO distributes fishing equipment to thousands of fishermen in Palu, Donggala by Ruslan Sangadji September 10, 2019   |  Source : The Jakarta Post

In an effort to help revive the economy of disaster-stricken Palu and Donggala in Central Sulawesi, the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has distributed fishing equipment to 2,650 affected fishing families in the region. The equip...

Southeast Asia’s lucrative tuna industry by Liyana Hasnan September 10, 2019   |  Source : The Asean Post

Tuna is the world’s most valuable fish. It can be found in inexpensive cans on a supermarket shelf or on the auction block being sold at high prices for its premium flesh, destined for high-end Japanese restaurants that serve sushi and sashimi. Globally...

This fisherman lost everything in Hurricane Dorian, including his wife by Lateshia Beachum September 05, 2019   |  Source : The Washington Post

Crab fisherman Howard Armstrong took a chance and swam to his 40-foot boat that was moored close by. He swam to save his own life amid Hurricane Dorian’s devastation, leaving behind the wife he helplessly watched drown just moments before in their Baham...

There’s nothing left’: Storm reduces paradise to a miserable heap by Anthony Faiola September 05, 2019   |  Source : The Washington Post

The New Plymouth Hardware store has been smashed to kindling. More important, Curry’s Grocery Store, too. Some of the boats at Donny’s Marina have been broken to matchsticks. Others lie on their sides in the middle of the street. This barrier islan...

Coastal towns fear new disaster from Dorian will compound old disaster from Florence by MARTHA QUILLIN September 05, 2019   |  Source : News Observer

B.J. Stiens climbed the stairs into her house that has wobbled precariously for nine months on wooden cribbing 10 feet off the ground. She looked out at the still-calm Core Sound 100 yards away and worried about the storm grinding up the coast in her dire...

Sisyphus on the beach: Dorian underlines coastal cities' endless rebuilding task September 05, 2019   |  Source : Reuters

Just months after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completed a $16 million project to restore sandy beaches in Jacksonville, Florida, Hurricane Dorian is about to pound them again, illustrating the uphill battle that American coastal cities face in protec...

Rohingya fisherman missing at sea, SAR activated by Audrey Dermawan September 05, 2019   |  Source : NST  | Copyright : 2019 New Straits Times, New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd. A part of Media Prima Group.

A Rohingya fisherman is missing after he fell into the sea when the boat he was in rammed into a buoy early this morning. Three other fishermen managed to swim to safety in the 6.30am incident in the waters in front of Padang Kota, here. The victim ...

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