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Norwegian Seafood Council on seasonal Norwegian Skrei by Zazithorn Ruengchinda January 31, 2021   |  Source : ScandAsia  | Copyright : 2021 ScandAsia. All Rights Reserved

On 27 January 2021 The Norwegian Seafood Council announced seasonal cod, Skrei is now available. The announcement reads: Pristinely white flesh, succulent and with a delicate flavor, skrei is in a different league to its regular cod brothers. It is the...

UN Sustainable Development Goals influencing Japanese seafood buying by Chris Loew January 31, 2021   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2021 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Japanese corporations – including the huge conglomerates such as Nissui, Maruha Nichiro, and Mitsubishi – have been heavily influenced by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were adopted in 2015 “as a universal call to act...

Beyond Vanjaram and Pomfret: A Chennai collective promotes sustainable seafood by Sreedevi Jayarajan January 29, 2021   |  Source : The News Minute  | Copyright : 2021 The News Minute

'There's plenty of fish in the sea' is a phrase that Chennai based Dr Divya Karnad might be averse to. With unsustainable forms of fishing in the waters around India, there exists a risk of certain species being wiped out forever, says the marine geograph...

This New Yorker is helping fishermen adapt to climate change and an economic crisis — by becoming kelp farmers by Brianna Baker January 28, 2021   |  Source : Grist  | Copyright : 1999-2021 Grist Magazine, Inc. All rights reserved

Sean Barrett grew up fishing on the rocky shores of Montauk, a village on the eastern edge of Long Island, New York. He’d regularly eat winter flounder and tautog he pulled from the sea that day. To him, grocery-store filets will never compare to the fl...

Mayor of Philippines island town tells fishermen to keep off area with Chinese ships by Frances Mangosing January 28, 2021   |  Source : INQUIRER.net  | Copyright : 1997-2020 INQUIRER.net | All Rights Reserved

The mayor of Kalayaan in the West Philippine Sea, with jurisdiction over Philippine-occupied Pag-asa (Thitu) Island, has advised the town’s fishermen to stay away from Chinese ships to avoid raising further tensions in the disputed waters. “My inst...

Malaysian programme aims to get fishermen to plant crops January 28, 2021   |  Source : The Star  | Copyright : 1995- 2021 Star Media Group Berhad

The Agriculture and Food Industries Ministry of Malaysia has come up with a programme to help fishermen in the B40 group generate more income. Malaysian Fisheries Development Board (LKIM) Johor director Intan Suhaila Othman said 245 fishermen have been...

Designated ports could pave way for sustainable fishing in Chinese waters by Zhang Chun January 28, 2021   |  Source : China Dialogue Ocean  | Copyright : China Dialogue Trust

When his vessel is still far out to sea, the captain uses a mobile phone app to notify the port of his arrival. He specifies what time he’ll get in, and submits catch data that the port managers will later check. This is how it works off Taizhou, on ...

Oceanic shark and ray populations have collapsed by 70 percent over 50 years by TIM VERNIMMEN January 28, 2021   |  Source : Nat Geo

On the high seas, far from any continent, sharks and rays were once abundant. Shortfin makos, the fastest sharks on the planet, chased after their prey at speeds of over 20 miles an hour. Scalloped hammerheads plied the waters, scanning the ocean expanse ...

Denmark, Norway lock horns over fisheries in post-Brexit feud by Igor Kuznetsov January 28, 2021   |  Source : Sputnik  | Copyright : 2021 Sputnik

The reason for this animosity between the two Scandinavian neighbours is that Norway has barred EU fishing vessels from its waters in the aftermath of a last-minute Brexit deal reached between London and Brussels, leading to losses for Danish fishermen. ...

MARE People and the Sea Conference opens January 28, 2021   |  Source : MARE  | Copyright : MARE2021

The People and the Sea Conference is central to the MARE network and community of researchers. The theme of this year’s conference is "Limits to Blue Growth?" The 1972 report Limits to Growth marked the beginning of critical debates about ever increa...

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