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Easter Island’s Rapa Nui people uphold tradition as guardians of the ocean July 21, 2020   |  Source : Pew  | Copyright : 1996-2020 The Pew Charitable Trusts. All rights reserved.

Easter Island, a territory of Chile that lies some 4,000 kilometers (2,485 miles) west of that country’s coast, is world famous for its Moai statues, which are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Now the treasures off the shores of this remote i...

American Seafoods reports 85 new cases of COVID-19 aboard Alaska trawler by Brian Hagenbuch July 21, 2020   |  Source : National Fisherman  | Copyright : 2020 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

American Seafoods reported 85 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, July 20, aboard a trawler docked in Unalaska, Alaska. The company had confirmed six cases aboard the 285-foot American Triumph late last week, and over the weekend reported that mass testing o...

Ghana NGO presents smart phones to fishermen to monitor illegal fishing activities July 21, 2020   |  Source : GBN  | Copyright : Ghana Business News © Copyright 2020, All Rights Reserved

Friends of the Nation (FoN), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has donated five smart phones for monitoring of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing activities in communities in the Western Region of Ghana. The phones were given to com...

Ecuador’s shrimp sellers look to US amid China issues by Tom Seaman July 21, 2020   |  Source : UCN  | Copyright : Copyright Notice Copying our articles to share with others is a breach of our terms and conditions. To share articles, please use the sharing tools located at the top of our articles. Email us at subscribe@undercurrentnews.com if you need expanded access.

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to upend the global seafood trade, reducing foodservice demand and complicating supply chains. Following the COVID-19-related blocks to three big packers and mandatory inspection requirements by China, the Sout...

China promises help for 300,000 people hit by Yangtze River fishing ban by Viola Zhou July 16, 2020   |  Source : SCMP

The Chinese government has promised to help 300,000 fisherpeople find new jobs after banning fishing in the Yangtze River at the start of the year in a bid to protect its biodiversity and dwindling stocks. Beijing imposed a 10-year ban on January 1 at ...

Yemeni tanker spill would be four times worse than Exxon Valdez, U.N. warns by Linda Givetash July 16, 2020   |  Source : NBC News  | Copyright : NBC

Up to 1.1 million barrels of oil could spill into the Red Sea causing a disaster four times worse than the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill, the United Nations Security Council heard on Wednesday. Time is running out to prevent a dilapidated oil tanker stranded...

Tanzania: Ruaha National Park to introduce boat tourism before December by Anne Robi July 16, 2020   |  Source : Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)  | Copyright : AllAfrica

Ruaha National Park is set to introduce boating safari tourism before this year ends, aiming to diversify attractions while boosting government revenues. The Park's Conservation Officer in the Tourism Department, Ms Amina Salum said the plan aim at att...

Minister Jordan highlights importance of growing Canada’s ocean economy July 16, 2020   |  Source : Government of Canada  | Copyright : PHILIPPINE CANADIAN INQUIRER

Canada’s three oceans are an integral part of our national identity. They provide beauty and enjoyment to our citizens, serve as a refuge and ecosystem to millions of life forms and support a thriving ocean economy accounting for approximately $31.65 bi...

UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment to roll out virtual Shark Week July 16, 2020   |  Source : AlKhaleej Today

The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, MoCCAE, will launch this year’s Shark Week virtually in collaboration with the International Fund for Animal Welfare, IFAW, and Atlantis, The Palm from 17th to 23rd July, 2020. Taif...

How technology is helping Indian, Sri Lankan fishermen amid climate change patterns by Himanshu N July 16, 2020   |  Source : DTE  | Copyright : Down To Earth 2020

Climate change has brought monumental shifts in weather patterns, fishing zones and migration of fish population to different areas. The phenomenon has impacted the source of livelihood for many in coastal India — pushing them to turn to technological a...

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