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Pressure ratcheted up on Chinese fishing fleets in Latin American waters by Mark Godfrey September 15, 2020   |  Source : SeafoodSource

An industry body in Peru has signed a memorandum of understanding with a key regional non-governmental organization, committing to better manage biodiversity in waters that are a key supply point for Chinese demand for seafood and fishmeal. The Comité...

Indian fishermen’s body seeks action against govt officials for allowing unregistered boats at sea amid Covid restrictions by Omkar Gokhale September 14, 2020   |  Source : ENS  | Copyright : 2020 The Indian Express [P] Ltd. All Rights Reserved

The Bombay High Court has directed the state government to respond to a plea filed by the fishermen community seeking action against Fisheries department officials for allegedly violating Covid-19 lockdown restrictions and allowing hundreds of boats witho...

Penang denies neglecting fishermen in Penang South Reclamation project, says deputy CM September 14, 2020   |  Source : Malay Mail  | Copyright : 2020, Malay Mail, All Rights Reserved.

The Penang state government has denied neglecting fishermen in the implementation of the mega Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project Penang Deputy Chief Minister 1, Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman said PSR is a project which would be implemented to...

US Coast Guard suspends search for missing fisherman off Hawaii September 14, 2020   |  Source : Marex  | Copyright : 2020 The Maritime Executive, LLC. All rights reserved.

The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended its search for a fisherman who went missing Wednesday about 300 miles to the east of Hawaii. At 0630 hours on Wednesday, Joint Rescue Coordination Center Honolulu received a call from the fishing vessel St. Marie Ann...

Catfish Killas fighting to save New Zealand's native fish by Cleo Fraser September 14, 2020   |  Source : newshub

Whiskered introduced species, catfish, have taken over and they're killing New Zealand's native fish species. Wiremu Anaru and his team from Te Arawa Lake Trusts are on the case - they're known as the Catfish Killas. Since 2016 the group has hauled up...

How bushfires and rain turned Australia's waterways into ‘cake mix’, and what we can do about it by Paul McInerney, Anu Kumar, Gavin Rees, Klaus Joehnk, Tapas Kumar Biswas September 14, 2020   |  Source : DTE  | Copyright : Down To Earth 2019

As the world watched the Black Summer bushfires in horror, we warned that when it did finally rain, our aquatic ecosystems would be devastated. Following bushfires, rainfall can wash huge volumes of ash and debris from burnt vegetation and exposed soil...

Filipino fisherman gets life for 8 deaths aboard Taiwanese vessel by Wang Shwu-fen and Ko Lin September 09, 2020   |  Source : CNA

A Filipino fisherman involved in a killing spree that led to the death of eight crew members aboard a Taiwanese fishing vessel early last year was given life imprisonment on Tuesday. Aurelio Arafiles Fronda was convicted of homicide, attempted murder a...

Stronger measures needed to combat IUU fishing: Vietnam Deputy PM September 09, 2020   |  Source : VNA  | Copyright : Copyright, VietnamPlus, Vietnam News Agency (VNA).

Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung urged stronger and more drastic and appropriate measures to early complete all recommendations by the European Commission (EC) so as to remove its yellow card warning over illegal, unreported, and unregulate...

New York City residents document sea-level rise in coastal neighborhoods September 09, 2020   |  Source : Yale  | Copyright : 2020 Yale Climate Connections

Many of New York City’s coastal residents are plagued by flooding – during storms and on sunny days. “There are certain times of the year associated with the new and full moons where it brings higher-than-normal high tides. And with that, those t...

2 women killed, 1 child missing, after trawler collision in Bangladesh's Naf River September 09, 2020   |  Source : The Daily Star  | Copyright : 2020 / thedailystar.net

Two women have been killed, seven other people injured and a child has gone missing after a head-on collision between a speedboat and a fishing trawler on the Teknaf-Saint Martin's Island route in Bangladesh this afternoon. The victims were identified ...

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