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China targets distant-water criminals with new fisheries law by Zhang Chun January 22, 2020   |  Source : China Dialogue  | Copyright : chinadialogue

As China’s distant-water fishing fleet has grown considerably over the past 20 years, so too has the challenge of overseeing its operations. While the majority of distant-water vessels do not break the law, the remoteness of their operations nonetheless...

Uganda army maintains fishing ban on Lake Kyoga amid protest by Dan Wandera January 22, 2020   |  Source : Daily Monitor  | Copyright : Nation Media Group

Fishermen on Uganda's Lake Kyoga will have to wait a little longer to have the fishing ban lifted after the Fisheries Protection Unit (FPU) officials indicated that operations against illegal fishing are still ongoing. This follows a request to governm...

Warm waters, moving fish, typhoons: spotting climate change in Korea by Lee Suh-yoon January 22, 2020   |  Source : The Korea Times  | Copyright : koreatimes.co.kr

very year, Gongji stream in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, completely freezes over by early January. Except it hasn't this year. There are thin sheets of ice here and there but the stream mostly flows on, says Gangwon district weather station. According ...

World Bank approves US$20 mn for Grenada to reduce disaster risks and build resilience January 22, 2020   |  Source : reliefweb

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved today a US$20 million Disaster Risk Management Development Policy Credit for Grenada with a Deferred Drawdown Option for Catastrophe Risks (Cat DDO). The Cat DDO provides Grenada with contingent financi...

Philippines authority drawing up rehab plans for Taal-affected areas by Czeriza Valencia January 22, 2020   |  Source : The Philippine Star

A rehabilitation plan for areas affected by the eruption of Taal Volcano in Batangas is now being drawn up, the Philippines National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) said. In a briefing, NEDA officials reiterated pronouncements that the natura...

Nearly half a billion people can’t find decent work; unemployment set to rise: new UN labour report January 21, 2020   |  Source : UN News  | Copyright : United Nations

Around half a billion people work fewer paid hours than they would like, or are not getting enough access to paid work, shows a study published by the International Labour Organization (ILO) on Monday, which also forecasts that unemployment will rise by a...

Malaysian fishermen raise alarm over Penang’s 3 islands project by Ainaa Aiman January 21, 2020   |  Source : FMT  | Copyright : 2020 FMT Media Sdn Bhd. All Rights Reserved.

A fisherman from Penang has sounded the alarm on the declining fish supply in the Straits of Melaka, which he feared may get worse due to drastic development plans in the state, especially the Penang South Islands (PSI) project, or better known as the thr...

Philippines Coast Guard resumes search for 7 missing fishermen in Pangasinan by Rene Acosta January 21, 2020   |  Source : BusinessMirror  | Copyright : BusinessMirror

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) resumed its search on Monday for seven fishermen who have been reported missing after they went fishing in the waters near Barangay Hermosa, Dasol, in Pangasinan early this month. A news statement issued by the PCG said...

Ministries seeking to eliminate illegal fishing in Cambodian sea by Mech Dara January 21, 2020   |  Source : The Phnom Penh Post  | Copyright : 2020 The Phnom Penh Post. All Rights Reserved.

Cambodia's Ministry of Interior secretary of state Lam Chea said on Monday that specialists from the ministries of Interior; and Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, along with authorities in coastal provinces, had discussed to amend the National Plan of ...

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