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OceansAsia Sep 17
Increased monitoring and enforcement of laws is good for the and good for legal fishers 🐟🕵️🔎
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OceansAsia Oct 11
A new article on . Everyone should be involved in combating !
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Meredith Gore 9h
At LEAST 8 different fishing violations. The scope and scale and connectivity is mind boggling. Can we prevent this instead of having to respond to it?
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OceansAsia Oct 12
The law enforcement crews have interdicted a record-breaking number of lanchas operating illegally in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico over the past 12 months, according to USCG Sector Corpus Christi.
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OceansAsia Sep 16
This small pile of drying on the streets today in equates to 202 dead (not including the cartilage off cuts and small fins)🦈
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Dr Olive Heffernan Jan 8
Congrats and here's to ending !
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Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff Sep 27
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OceansAsia Oct 6
/ doesn't just destroy marine habitats and species - it is associated with a wide range of other serious crimes, like , drug and people , and labour violations.
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Alex Benkenstein Oct 1
Day 2 at in Berlin, hearing from around the complexity and potential of satellite data and machine learning to support the fight against .
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Alex Benkenstein Oct 1
giving our group at the a state of play update on process and how it relates to global efforts.
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Antonia Leroy Apr 23
Flag of convenience issues are going beyond IUU fishing, and are real questions for all criminal activities in that need to be tackled urgently! Rape at Sea, Flag State jurisdiction & the Search for
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Gunnar Stolsvik Jun 9
The investigation, coordinated by Eurojust, involved in contaminated waters, tax evasion and money laundering.
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FishCrime Jan 7
We celebrate the new year with these beautiful pictures from Timor Leste and congratulate and thank Minister Gusmão for supporting the Int. declaration against which was adopted at
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End IUU Fishing Oct 4
Catch up on this week's international news:
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Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff Aug 23
After I tell people that I'm conducting research on on the fishery, most people aske why? Here's the answer!🔎🌊🥒
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Gunnar Stolsvik Jun 7
Portuguese police seized more than a tonne of cocaine equivalent to $49 million and arrested seven people aboard a Brazilian fishing boat
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J.R. Coleman, E.A. Apr 8
Abandon a fish, get charged with a crime. Yet, there are those that want to make killing human babies born alive legal...
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Gunnar Stolsvik Sep 8
The Republic of Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean is now the 17th country to support the Int. declaration adopted by 9 minister at in 2018
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Idea Tree Consulting Feb 5
. researcher is proud to be launching - a new organization seeking to tackle in , with .
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OceansAsia Oct 9
High-tech surveillance sensors used to combat in 📡🐟🎣👩‍✈️👮
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