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New Zealand's Sealord employing fishermen from Covid-19 hot spot Russia due to lack of 'qualified' Kiwis October 23, 2020   |  Source : TVNZ  | Copyright : TVNZ Thu Oct 22 09:02:07 NZDT 2020

Sealord is using Russian crew for their deep water vessels over New Zealanders because of a lack of "trained and qualified fishers in New Zealand". That's according to Sealord CEO Doug Paulin who spoke to TVNZ1's Breakfast following multiple Covid-19 i...

A holistic approach to addressing IUU fishing October 23, 2020   |  Source : INQUIRER.net

In the constant battle against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing in the country, numbers alone do not tell the whole story. According to the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Fish Right Project, the human eleme...

Working group of nations go after China's flags of convenience by Mark Godfrey October 23, 2020   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2020 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Fisheries officials from the European Union, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and the United States have met to discuss cooperation on limiting the use of flags of convenience by distant-water fishery companies involved in illegal fishing. The online mee...

Amid drought and flooding, Cambodian fish catches, exports fall precipitously by Luke Hunt October 22, 2020   |  Source : The Diplomat  | Copyright : 2020 DIPLOMAT MEDIA INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

For two decades, scientists and environmentalists have warned that fish stocks in the Lower Mekong River were at risk from a cluster of factors including overfishing and use of illegal nets, massive dam construction in Laos and China, and the effects of c...

A Venezuelan vessel carrying 1.3 mn barrels of oil is tilting — and it could lead to a catastrophic oil spill by Sophie Lewis October 22, 2020   |  Source : CBS News  | Copyright : © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.

A Venezuelan oil tanker has been parked for nearly two years in the Gulf of Paria, carrying approximately 80 million gallons of oil. New photos of the vessel show it appearing to tilt heavily on its side — leading to growing concerns of a potential envi...

Mexico fishermen scoff at governor's suggestion to switch to taxi driving by Kendal Blust October 22, 2020   |  Source : Arizona Public Media  | Copyright : Arizona Board of Regents

In an effort to protect the nearly extinct vaquita marina porpoise, Mexico has implemented increasingly restrictive fishing bans in the uppermost part of the Sea of Cortez, called the Upper Gulf of California. In September, new restrictions would make eve...

Quarantined fishermen drive New Zealand virus spike October 22, 2020   |  Source : RTE  | Copyright : © RTÉ 2020. RTÉ.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media.

A coronavirus outbreak among hundreds of Russian and Ukrainian fishermen flown to New Zealand to bolster its struggling deep-sea fishing industry has prompted that country's largest daily increase in infections in months, authorities said. More than 23...

Dozens of artisanal fishermen in Costa Rica demonstrated against trawling October 22, 2020   |  Source : MENAFN  | Copyright : 2000 MENAFN. All rights reserved.

A group of dozens of artisanal fishermen in Costa Rica demonstrated against the reactivation of trawling on October 19 in front of the Legislative Assembly. They held a meeting with deputies José María Villalta, Ana Karine Niño, Luis Antonio Aiza, Mile...

International policy required to control exploited fish stocks: Researchers October 22, 2020   |  Source : Open Access Government

Currently, COVID-19 does not affect fish. However, the pandemic has created a diminished supply chain for global fisheries, as workers and trade are limited by the regulations brought into place by various Government bodies to protect them against infecti...

Stuck in troubled waters, seafood sector in Kerala, India, seeks aid to tide over crisis by Manoj Viswanathan October 22, 2020   |  Source : ENS  | Copyright : 2020 Express Newspapers

The seafood export sector in the soutḥ Indian state of Kerala that contributes Rs 6,000 crore to the state’s economy and provides employment to nearly one lakh of the population is on the verge of collapse, thanks to shrinking markets and mounting los...

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