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Coronavirus: Crayfish from New Zealand not exported to China to be freed by Esther Taunton and Amanda Cropp February 05, 2020   |  Source : Stuff  | Copyright : 2020 Stuff Limited

Some of the crayfish from New Zealand unable to be exported to China due to the coronavirus outbreak will be returned to the sea. Between 150 and 180 tonnes of live rock lobster are being held in pots and tanks, at sea and on land, after export orders ...

Coronavirus fear remains on Christmas Island as authorities reassure locals they are safe from infection by James Carmody February 05, 2020   |  Source : ABC  | Copyright : 2020 ABC

The local government on Christmas Island has moved to try to reassure concerned residents they will be safe from infection after more than 200 Australians brought home from the coronavirus centre of Wuhan were quarantined on the island. About 240 Austr...

Coronavirus a concern for seafood expo, say organizers by Sean Horgan February 05, 2020   |  Source : Gloucester Daily Times  | Copyright : 2020 Gloucester Daily Times

It's still more than a month away, but the organizer of the Seafood Expo North America is gauging the potential impact of the novel coronavirus — and current travel bans — on the sprawling, international seafood trade show at the Boston Convention & E...

Coronavirus: Window of opportunity to act, World Health Organization says February 05, 2020   |  Source : BBC News  | Copyright : 2020 BBC

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a "window of opportunity" to stop the deadly new coronavirus becoming a broader global crisis. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the steps China took to fight the virus at its epicentre w...

Fishing bans in place in Fiji are to protect marine biodiversity: Executive head by Elenoa Turagaiviu February 05, 2020   |  Source : FBC  | Copyright : 2018-19 Fijian Broadcasting Corporation Limited

Bans put in place by the Fiji Ministry of Fisheries to better protect our marine biodiversity still remain. This was reiterated to villagers on Yadua Island in Bua by Roko Tui Bua Ratu Waisake Tuisese yesterday. The bans include the use of underwate...

Coronavirus devastates Australian export businesses as economic costs of emergency filter through by Emma Pollard and Kate McKenna February 04, 2020   |  Source : ABC  | Copyright : 2020 ABC

The economic ripple effect of coronavirus has hit Australia's seafood industry, with staff laid off and businesses facing the prospect of closure, one operator says. Sonia Einersen from Cairns-based business Torres Straits Seafood in Far North Queensla...

‘Spectre of poverty’ hangs over tribes and indigenous groups: UN labour agency February 04, 2020   |  Source : UN News  | Copyright : United Nations

Indigenous and tribal communities are around three times more likely to face extreme poverty than others with women “consistently at the bottom of all social and economic indicators”, UN labour experts said on Monday. Highlighting new data showing ...

Climate action ‘both a priority and a driver of the decade’: UN Secretary-General February 04, 2020   |  Source : UN News  | Copyright : United Nations

Climate action will be both a priority and a driver of world affairs through the coming decade, United Nations Secretary-General chief António Guterres announced on Monday, during a speech at UN Headquarters in New York on Monday, in which he declared th...

A new report reveals climate change is increasing gender-based violence by Fiona Harvey February 04, 2020   |  Source : Mother Jones  | Copyright : 2020 Mother Jones and the Foundation for National Progress. All Rights Reserved.

Climate breakdown and the global crisis of environmental degradation are increasing violence against women and girls, while gender-based exploitation is in turn hampering our ability to tackle the crises, a major report has concluded. Attempts to repai...

Why Dutch fishermen want to continue working in British waters under any new Brexit trade agreement February 04, 2020   |  Source : ITV  | Copyright : ITV plc 2020

"We have fished there [UK waters] for the last 400 years and we want to continue doing so for the next 400 years. "We don’t want give up one kilo," says Diek Parlevliet, chairman of the Dutch Fish Marketing Board. As the UK and the EU aim to settl...

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