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Argentinian losses pushed New Zealand's Sealord into the red January 30, 2014   |  Source : TVNZ  | Copyright : TVNZ.co.nz

Sealord, New Zealand's second-largest fishing company, sank into the red after crystallising a $46.9 million loss on the sale of its Argentinian unit last year and has since put its stake in North Island Mussels up for sale. The Nelson-based company ma...

Bloomberg to help save the oceans and feed the world by Ted Danson and Andrew Sharpless January 30, 2014   |  Source : The Huffington Post  | Copyright : 2014 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc

It's not often that someone can make a philanthropic investment that simultaneously fights climate change, biodiversity loss, and world hunger. But Michael Bloomberg is doing just that. The former New York City mayor is donating $53 million over five y...

Bio robots to study fisheries & mineral resources will soon enter Indian Ocean by Dhananjay Harkare January 30, 2014   |  Source : CrazyEngineers  | Copyright : 2005-2013. Made In India By CrazyEngineers Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

As reported by Xinhua, Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) made an announcement at Canberra that robots armed with sensors would be launched in Indian Ocean to study vast fisheries and mineral resources that ...

Proposed salmon fishery changes will eliminate jobs: Canadian union January 30, 2014   |  Source : Canadian Labour Reporter  | Copyright : Canadian HR Reporter, Thomson Reuters Canada Limited

The United Fishermen and Allied Workers’ Union (UFAWU-Unifor) recently rallied in Vancouver to protest proposed changes to British Columbia’s salmon fishery. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) is considering a shift from its current open ...

Fishermen ‘jacking up’ prices in Trinidad by Reshma Ragoonath January 29, 2014   |  Source : Guardian Media  | Copyright : 2012 GUARDIAN MEDIA LIMITED

Fish vendors in Otaheite, Trinidad & Tobago, say they are reeling from significant losses, as they are being made to pay exorbitant prices for stocks which consumers are refusing to buy out of fear since the December 17 oil spill. On Monday, vendors at th...

EU backs 6.5 bln euro deal to help end over-fishing January 29, 2014   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : Thomson Reuters

EU diplomats backed a 6.5 billion euro ($8.9 billion) deal to help fishermen adapt to new rules, ending years of debate over reforms of the European Union's fishing policy aimed at ending decades of over-fishing. The funding agreement covers the years ...

India, Australia to launch robotic floats to study 'what makes Indian Ocean tick' by M Ramya January 29, 2014   |  Source : TNN  | Copyright : 2014 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

India has joined hands with Australia to learn 'what makes the Indian Ocean tick' and how both countries can benefit from it. Researchers from the two countries will launch robotic floats, armed with sensors, in the Indian Ocean in mid 2014 to get data wh...

Philippines-EU free-trade pact ‘catastrophic’ for 1.8 mn Filipino fishermen, says group by Jonathan L. Mayuga January 29, 2014   |  Source : Business Mirror  | Copyright : 2014 BusinessMirror

The Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya) on Wednesday warned the Aquino administration of the Philippines against entering into a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU), saying the forging of such ...

Illegal fishermen plunder Liambezi in Namibia by George Sanzila January 29, 2014   |  Source : New Era  | Copyright : 2013 New Era Publication Corporation

Inhabitants of the Zambezi Region in Namibia have once again raised concern over overfishing and the illegal fishing methods being used by foreigners. There are serious and widespread concerns that the uncontrolled plunder of fish on the Namibian side...

Food-for-the-Poor donates engines to Jamaican fishermen January 29, 2014   |  Source : Jamaica Observer  | Copyright : 2013 Jamaica Observer

Food-for-the-Poor (FFP) Jamaica on January 24 handed over ten Yamaha 40HP engines to fishermen under its Fishing Programme. The presentation, which was made at FFP Jamaica’s head office in Spanish Town, St Catherine, came at the end of another year-l...

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