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Mundus maris asbl Jul 13
Indonesia has sunk 516 vessels since 2014 for Illegal Fishing.
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FAO Knowledge Jul 8
Thailand and the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. How the country is aiming at keeping illegally caught fish from entering markets through their ports 👉
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FAO Knowledge Jun 5
Illegal, unreported & unregulated fishing is worth an estimated US$23 billion annually & it’s wreaking havoc on marine resources. 🎙️ 's & Matthew Camilleri explain what is being done to tackle illegal fishing
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Green Planet Jan 6
For every 1 ton of prawns catched, 3 tons of little are caught in the and thrown away. The is unable to renew what we are consuming fast enough.
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EU Maritime & Fish Jun 5
Replying to @EU_MARE
poses a serious threat to fishing, damages the environment, affects socio-economic conditions. That's why the EU works closely with non-EU countries to . Find out about the EU green, yellow & red card system
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Pew Environment Jun 3
Up to 1 in every 5 fish are caught illegally. This , we’re raising awareness on the detriments of this practice: · Depletes dwindling fish populations · Threatens marine health · Undermines law abiding fishers
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FAO Jun 5
United Nations agencies urge nations to join efforts to fight illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. Learn more 👉 via
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FisheriesAquaculture Jul 11
At organization () meeting this week, speaks about the importance of such regional collaboration for sustainable management and to .
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Mundus maris asbl Jul 9
"Gaps in workers’ rights, fishing regulations, and enforcement procedures need to be urgently addressed. This process would be greatly aided if all countries ratify, implement and enforce international agreements" Steve Trent
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Pew EU Jun 8
Up to $23.5 billion worth of seafood is plundered from our seas every year due to illegal fishing. Today, on , the global community is coming together to .
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FAO Jun 4
Illegal, unreported & unregulated fishing 👇 ❗️Exacerbates poverty ❗️Contributes heavily to food insecurity ❗️Severely affects the livelihoods of fishers For the 1st time, we have the tools to stop illegal fishing & to track fish 👉
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Kimberly Vosburgh Jun 5
To , we cannot look at policy or technology alone. A global system of enforcement is needed, along with political will, to engage with governments, industry experts, and enforcement authorities. Learn how in under two minutes.
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EU Maritime & Fish Jun 5
at EU & global level is a priority for the EU. 🇹🇭 is a success story. In 2015 the EU issued a yellow card, warning the Thai government it would suspend its imports if no action was taken. Since then, 🇹🇭 has implemented regulations that led 🇹🇭 to the green card.
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Pew EU Jun 5
Do you know how much fish is illegally caught every *second*? Learn more about how we can .
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Pew Environment Jun 5
Many coastal communities depend on a healthy fish populations for food and income – illegal fishing threatens that We’ve pledged to , here’s why it matters.
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FAO Asia Pacific Jun 5
THE WASHINGTON POST is reporting that "UN agencies urge stronger efforts to stop illegal fishing" is working to Read the story here:
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ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME Jun 5
Since 2013, INTERPOL Global Fisheries Enforcement has been dedicated to enabling ’s 194 member countries to identify, deter and disrupt transnational fisheries crime through our specific policing capabilities -> Our work:
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FAO Jun 5
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing threatens our👇 🌊 Oceans 🐠 Biodiversity 🐟Food security 🎣 Livelihoods Today is the day where we all stand up to ! 👉
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FisheriesAquaculture Jul 9
Full agenda at today's opening of , Gulf States Regional Commission for , including lunchtime side event on Agreement to
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FAO Jun 3
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing is damaging our oceans. Why it affects all of us 👉
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