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Small-scale fishers in South Africa cheer Total’s postponement of gas drilling by Mwangi Githahu April 16, 2021   |  Source : IOL  | Copyright : 2021 Independent Online and affiliated companies. All rights reserved

Small-scale subsistence fishers in South Africa and their civil society organisation partners Green Connection are celebrating the decision by French oil giant Total E&P South Africa (Tepsa) to postpone their application for additional drilling and associ...

Kenya officials seize vessel conducting illegal fishing in Indian ocean April 15, 2021   |  Source : KBC  | Copyright : Kenya Broadcasting Corporation 2017

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) officials have seized a fishing vessel in Kipini area in Tana River county which was allegedly carrying out illegal fishing in the Indian ocean. The officials together with community members and Tana River county govern...

Philippines files new diplomatic protests over Chinese boats in disputed waters April 15, 2021   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : 2021 Reuters. All Rights Reserved.

The Philippines filed fresh diplomatic protests to China on Wednesday after accusing its giant neighbour of undertaking illegal fishing and massing more than 240 boats within the Southeast Asian country’s territorial waters. The Philippine Department...

Mi’kmaw fisherman has crab traps seized by Canada's DFO during food fishery by Angel Moore April 15, 2021   |  Source : aptn  | Copyright : © 2019 APTN. All Rights Reserved

Robert Syliboy and his crew dropped ten traps into the deep waters of the Atlantic Ocean to harvest snow crab for a community feast. “Crab’s pretty expensive, how many people on the reserve do you think could actually go out and buy it and then it ...

Gabon’s mangroves stand among the world’s tallest but face threats by Hugh Biggar April 15, 2021   |  Source : Global Landscapes Forum

On the northern coast of Gabon, the rumble of chainsaws has now joined the usual buzz of insects in the mangrove forests fronting the Atlantic. The chainsaws are just one sign of increased human encroachment into undeveloped areas near the country’s cap...

Climate risk management proves critical to sustaining food security in Cambodia by Jamie Carson, Elizabeth Hutchison April 15, 2021   |  Source : Prevention Web

A USAID-funded Cambodia fisheries project outperformed productivity goals after incorporating climate-sensitive design, including planning for increased risk of drought and extreme heat events. The Feed the Future Cambodia Rice Field Fisheries I (RFF II) ...

10-year Yangtze fishing ban in full swing, shows China’s determination in ecological restoration by Lin Xiaoyi in Yichang and Lu Yameng in Beijing April 14, 2021   |  Source : Global Times  | Copyright : 2021 Global Times All Right Reserved

The surface of the Yangtze, China's longest river, is still bustling, but the fishing boats have gradually disappeared. When the 10-year fishing ban began to be implemented along the Yangtze River, the "mother river" of the Chinese nation ushered in a his...

US$4.5 bn worth marine resources pillaged by Indian fishermen annually, say Sri Lankan fishermen by Zulfick Farzan April 14, 2021   |  Source : News 1st  | Copyright : 2019 MTV Channel (Pvt) Ltd

Indian fishing vessels illegally fishing in Sri Lankan waters pillage around Rs. 900 billion worth of valuable marine resources in the northern seas of Sri Lanka. The Chief of the Northern Province Fisheries Association M. V. Subramanium speaking to Ne...

Ministry orders fishermen to carry valid license to fish in the evening in Oman April 14, 2021   |  Source : Times of Oman  | Copyright : 2021 Muscat Media Group

Oman's Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources has warned fishermen who fish in the evening to hold valid fishing licenses during the movement ban. A statement issued online by Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources said...

Japanese fishermen say Fukushima nuclear plant water decision ruins 10 years of rebuilding efforts April 14, 2021   |  Source : The Asahi Shimbun  | Copyright : The Asahi Shimbun Company. All rights reserved.

Eitatsu Kikuchi was finally feeling a sense of hope after his industry struggled for a decade to return to some sense of normalcy. The nuclear disaster in March 2011 had forced fishermen in Fukushima Prefecture to suspend all operations, and their catc...

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