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China hoping to rebuild ties with Philippines after angry backlash over sinking of fishing boat in South China Sea by Laura Zhou August 15, 2019   |  Source : SCMP  | Copyright : 2019 South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. All rights reserved.

China is seeking to repair relations with the Philippines ahead of a visit by President Rodrigo Duterte after a recent collision between two ships in the South China Sea resulted in the sinking of a Philippine fishing boat. Observers said the visit cou...

Fiji calls for sea-bed mining moratorium as Nautilus restructures by Nic Maclellan August 13, 2019   |  Source : PNG Today  | Copyright : PAPUA NEW GUINEA TODAY : COPYRIGHT : 2019

Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has again called for a 10-year moratorium on sea-bed mining, at a time that many Pacific island nations are preparing for new frontiers of resource exploitation in the marine environment. Speaking in Tuvalu this w...

Kenyan fishermen suffer in the hands of Ugandan soldiers by GAITANO PESSA August 13, 2019   |  Source : NATION MEDIA GROUP

Rajab Daudi Ongoma had been fishing in Lake Victoria for four decades until two months ago when Uganda security officers brutally halted his only source of livelihood. The 60-year-old resident of Port Victoria, Budalang’i Constituency, was in the com...

Tell Chicken of the Sea to take action on human rights violations in its supply chain! August 12, 2019   |  Source : IUF  | Copyright : 2019 IUF

US-headquartered packaged seafood provider Chicken of the Sea promises ‘A Sea of Good’ and likes to talk about sustainability. Its products are well-known throughout the Americas. Like many US seafood companies, Chicken of the Sea sources products fro...

Commonwealth Secretary-General - Urgent multilateral climate action needed for security and wellbeing of Pacific islanders August 12, 2019   |  Source : reliefweb

It is an undisputable fact that Pacific islanders face an existential threat from climate change. To a far more immediate degree than people living in most other parts of the world, inhabitants of low-lying atolls and archipelagos in the Pacific have t...

Oceans governance: quo vadis? by Prof. Alan Deidun, Malta’s Ocean Ambassador August 12, 2019   |  Source : Times of Malta  | Copyright : 2019 Times of Malta. All rights reserved.

Malta, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, recently hosted the first global ocean ambassadors’ meeting, with seminal entities currently involved in ocean governance convening around the same table to rationalise the various parallel ongoing activit...

Scientists predict commercial fishery collapse in oceans by 2048 by Patricia Randolph August 12, 2019   |  Source : The Cap Times  | Copyright : 2019 Capital Newspapers Inc., madison.com , 1901 Fish Hatchery Rd Madison, WI

“If the long-term trend continues, there will be little or no seafood available for a sustainable harvest by 2048.” — Boris Worm quoted in 2014 Alternet article by Cliff Weathers A study authored by Boris Worm, Ph.D., of Dalhoussie University in ...

NaFAA, FAO Sign MOU for fisheries research in Liberia August 12, 2019   |  Source : FrontPageAfrica  | Copyright : 2019 - FrontPageAfrica. All Rights Reserved.

The government of Liberia, through the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority, has signed a fisheries research Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Monrovia. The MOU entails fisheries independen...

Over 15,000 palm leaves given to Malta fishermen ahead of mahi-mahi season by Joseph Giordimaina August 12, 2019   |  Source : Newsbook

A few days prior to the opening of the mahi-mahi (lampuki) season, Malta's Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries Clint Camilleri attended the blessing of several fishing boats. In the past days, over 15,000 free palm leaves were given to fishermen. Dur...

Fishermen in Mumbai, India, welcome Marine Fisheries Bill by SONALI TELANG August 12, 2019   |  Source : THE ASIAN AGE  | Copyright : 2016 - 2019 The Asian Age

Mumbai fishermen have welcomed the recently drafted, Marine Fisheries (Regulation and Management) Bill, 2019, which transfers power from the states to the Centre, to provide permits to fishermen in the exclusive economic zone between 20 and 200 nautical m...

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