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Study: Chinese “dark fleets” illegally defying sanctions by fishing in North Korean waters by Ashoka Mukpo July 23, 2020   |  Source : Mongabay  | Copyright : 2020 Copyright Conservation news

Chinese “dark fleets” illegally fished a $440 million haul of the squid species Todarodes pacificus in North Korean waters during 2017 and 2018, according to a study published today in the journal Science Advances. The study used a novel set of sat...

SDGs Today platform offers open access to SDG-related data July 23, 2020   |  Source : IISD  | Copyright : 1990-2020, IISD

The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) launched ‘SDGs Today: The Global Hub for Real-Time SDG Data‘ on the sidelines of the 2020 session of the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF). The data portal offers open ...

World’s largest fly factory attracting investors eyeing aquafeed expansion by Lisa Jackson July 23, 2020   |  Source : GAA  | Copyright : 2016–2020 Global Aquaculture Alliance

When it comes to making a “good” investment, you might look to sink your savings into lucrative technology titans – think Facebook, Apple and Microsoft – or jump on initial public offerings (IPOs) for high-flying digital disruptors like Uber, Lyft...

UN Biodiversity Convention meets crucial to development of post-2020 global biodiversity framework: New dates announced July 23, 2020   |  Source : ASNS  | Copyright : 2016, Africa Science News. All Rights Reserved

New dates have been announced for three key UN meetings, including the UN Biodiversity Conference, crucial to the development of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. As approved by the Bureau, the fifteenth meeting of the Parties to the Convent...

What can Indonesian fishers and happiness data teach us about the COVID-19 economy? July 23, 2020   |  Source : ASEAN Today  | Copyright : ASEAN Today

A new study suggests fishers in Indonesia report relatively high levels of happiness and well-being, despite facing poverty, risks and instability. As COVID-19 hits workers around the world, the findings show how governments might look to data on happines...

Keeling Curve Prize to be awarded to ten of the most groundbreaking climate solutions happening worldwide July 22, 2020   |  Source : Keeling Curve Prize

Around the world, inspiring individuals and pioneering organizations are creating the climate solutions we need. On July 27, we’re partnering with WNET's Peril and Promise to present the Keeling Curve Prize and award $25,000 to ten of the most groundbre...

Indonesia presses China for witness in deaths of fishing boat crews by Basten Gokkon July 21, 2020   |  Source : Mongabay  | Copyright : 2020 Copyright Conservation news

Indonesian authorities say they’re still waiting for China’s response to a request to turn over a witness in an investigation into alleged human trafficking that led to the deaths of four workers on board Chinese-flagged fishing vessels. The foreig...

Fishermen without fish as Cambodia's river reversal runs late by Prak Chan Thul July 21, 2020   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : 2020 WKZO - WKZO

Crucial water flows to the Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia's largest lake, have been delayed for a second consecutive year according to river experts, severely disrupting fishing and threatening the food supply of more than a million people. The river revers...

Third West African country this year decries arrival of Chinese trawlers by Chris Chase July 21, 2020   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2020 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

The arrival of six large Chinese trawlers in Liberia has drawn criticism from local artisanal fishing associations, making it the third West African nation to see an influx of trawlers this year. The Liberia Artisanal Fishermen’s Association, along w...

Kenya fishermen say they are squeezed by Ethiopian mega-dam by Baz Ratner July 21, 2020   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : Reuters

Fishermen on the shores of Kenya's Lake Turkana, the world's biggest desert lake, have no doubt about what is to blame for their dwindling fish stocks: a giant hydroelectric dam built by Ethiopia on the River Omo, which feeds the lake. "We are now seei...

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