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Indonesia's Fisheries Minister Susi says goodbye, tells fishermen to keep foreign ships away July 18, 2019   |  Source : The Jakarta Post  | Copyright : 2016 - 2019 PT. Niskala Media Tenggara

Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti has said goodbye to fishermen with her term set to come to an end in October and urged people to prevent foreign fishing vessels from entering Indonesian waters. She made her statemen...

Conference raises tough questions about retreat from rising seas by SARAH FECHT July 17, 2019   |  Source : State of the Planet/Earth Institute  | Copyright : Earth Institute, Columbia University

As the global thermostat climbs and polar ice melts, the oceans are swelling and swallowing up coastlines. By some calculations, rising seas could displace 13 million Americans by 2100. Nearly every state in the U.S. will be affected by people migrating i...

In Egypt pollution endangers natural fisheries, raises prices July 16, 2019   |  Source : Egypt Today  | Copyright : Egypt Today 2018, All Rights Reserved

Egypt’s fish market is vulnerable due to pollution, where industrial and agricultural wastes lead to the spread of viral and bacterial diseases, thus collectively accumulating an increase in prices. Hussein Abdul Rahman Abu Saddam, the allocated gen...

Pacific economies begin talks in Tokyo on regional saury fishing July 16, 2019   |  Source : The Japan Times  | Copyright : THE JAPAN TIMES LTD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Japan and seven other Pacific economies started discussions in Tokyo on Tuesday on saury fishing regulations in the northern Pacific. During the annual meeting of the North Pacific Fisheries Commission (NPFC), which runs through Thursday, Japan hopes t...

Massive shift underway in China’s aquaculture, fisheries sectors by Mark Godfrey July 16, 2019   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2019 Diversified Communications

It’s unlikely anyone on the average Chinese aquaculture worker’s wages will afford to eat often at “Guo,” a fancy new restaurant which opened recently at the New Century Hotel in Dalian, one of China’s traditional fishing and seafood processing ...

UK fisherman ordered to pay over £6,500 for breaking fisheries byelaws July 16, 2019   |  Source : GOV.UK  | Copyright : © Crown copyright

A licensed net fisherman in Sunderland, United Kingdom, was given a substantial fine and made to pay legal costs after admitting breaking fisheries byelaws in breach of his licence conditions. Appearing at Sunderland Magistrates’ Court, on July 10, W...

Malaysian govt to come out with new fisheries policy by Nuradzimmah Daim, Nor Ain Mohamed Radhi July 16, 2019   |  Source : NST  | Copyright : 2019 New Straits Times, New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd. A part of Media Prima Group.

The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry of Malaysia will formulate a new fisheries policy to improve the living standard of the local fishing community. Its minister Datuk Salahuddin Ayub said the ministry would need three months to work on th...

NGO: Illegal fishing potentially rife in the Mediterranean by Jason Holland July 16, 2019   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2019 Diversified Communications

Many potential cases of illegal, unreported, and poorly regulated fishing in the waters of the Mediterranean are to be put before the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) when it meets this week in Tirana, Albania. Based on the Gl...

3rd YSLME Science Conference in support of Yellow Sea conservation and sustainability July 15, 2019   |  Source : YSLME  | Copyright : 2018 by UNDP/GEF YSLME Phase II Project Management Office

The 3rd YSLME Science Conference is the biggest gathering of stakeholders for this year in support of Yellow Sea conservation and sustainability. The Conference will run from July 15-19, 2019 at Qingdao, PR China. The Conference will showcase a Plenary...

New equipment to help combat illegal fishing in East Anglia, UK July 15, 2019   |  Source : GOV.UK  | Copyright : © Crown copyright

Funding has helped secure new specialist equipment to boost fisheries enforcement patrols in East Anglia. The new kit, which cost over £15,000, consists of a high grade digital SLR camera, night vision monocular and night vision binoculars. It will al...

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