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Three Indonesian fishermen abducted by Abu Sayyaf in Sabah rescued March 22, 2021   |  Source : Borneo Post  | Copyright : 2010-2021 The Borneo Post Sdn Bhd. All Rights Reserved

Three Indonesians who were kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf in Sabah in January 2020, have been rescued by Filipino forces on Thursday (March 18). The Indonesian Foreign Ministry in a statement said the three from Kabupaten Wakatobi, Southeast Sulawesi were rep...

New dates announced for UN Biodiversity Convention meetings crucial to development of post-2020 global biodiversity framework March 19, 2021   |  Source : CBD

New dates have been announced for the UN Biodiversity Conference, now scheduled to take place from 11-24 October 2021 in Kunming, Yunnan Province, China. The three meetings that comprise the 2021 UN Biodiversity Conference: the fifteenth meeting of t...

Vietnam needs to make its fishing practices more sustainable by Xu Xiaodong March 18, 2021   |  Source : Sustainability Times  | Copyright : 2020 Sustainability Times

Vietnam was issued a yellow card in October 2017 by the European Commission (EC) because of rampant illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing activities by Vietnamese fishermen and fishing vessels. Since then, following its carding system, the...

Ottawa announces $4.85M to buoy Nova Scotia's struggling fish and seafood sector March 18, 2021   |  Source : The Canadian Press  | Copyright : 2021 Glacier Community Media

The federal government of Canada has announced funding for a dozen projects in western Nova Scotia to buoy the province's struggling fish and seafood processing sector. Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan says the $4.85 million for 12 projects at 11 c...

India celebrates its first transgender seafood entrepreneur March 18, 2021   |  Source : The Fish Site  | Copyright : 2021 ? Hatch Accelerator Holding Limited, 7/8 Liberty Street, Cork, T12T85H, Ireland

Adhidhi Achyuth has been recognised as “the first transgender person in India’s fisheries sector to start an entrepreneurial initiative”. The recognition comes from the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI), who provided her with a ...

Excessive cadmium found in seafood sold online in China by Hu Min March 18, 2021   |  Source : SHINE  | Copyright : 2021 © Shanghai Daily. All Rights Reserved

Four batches of seafood sold on online food delivery platforms, including Ele.me, Meituan and JD Daojia, failed quality tests for excessive cadmium, Shanghai's market watchdog announced today. A batch of squid sold on Ele.me and three batches of portun...

About 10% of seafood from Fukushima carries radiation, study by S Korea activists reveals by Kim Min-je March 18, 2021   |  Source : The Hankyoreh  | Copyright : The Hankyoreh. All rights reserved.

Activists from the Korea Federation of Environmental Movements and the Korea Radiation Watch Center share findings of their analysis of radioactive contamination in Japanese farming, livestock and seafood products in 2020, on Wednesday, at KFEM’s Hoehwa...

Call for Contributions for the Small-scale Fisheries Open House during the World Ocean Week, June 1-8, 2021 March 18, 2021   |  Source : TBTI

During the World Oceans Week (WOW) last June, Too Big To Ignore (TBTI), a global research network and knowledge mobilization partnership to promote and revitalize sustainable small-scale fisheries, partnered with local, national, international and inter-...

How industrial fishing creates more CO2 emissions than air travel by ARYN BAKER March 18, 2021   |  Source : TIME  | Copyright : 2021 TIME USA, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

It’s been well established by now that the agricultural systems producing our food contribute at least one fifth of global anthropogenic carbon emissions—and up to a third if waste and transportation are factored in. A troubling new report points to a...

Armed Congolese raid Uganda, abduct 16 fishermen by Alex Tumuhimbise March 18, 2021   |  Source : Daily Monitor  | Copyright : Nation Media Group

Armed gunmen suspected to be from the Democratic Republic of Congo have invaded fishing communities on Lake Albert in Western Uganda district of Hoima, abducting at least 16 fishermen. The invasion took place on Sunday at Kaiso landing site of Mbegu pa...

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