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IMO 43m
46 countries commit to promoting entry into force of Cape Town Agreement and combating fishing:
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EU Maritime & Fish Oct 20
fishing - accounting for 20% of world catches for an estimated value of almost 20 billion EUR annually - threatens sustainability & livelihoods of small-scale fishermen. Learn what the is doing to
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Pew EU 5h
Cook Islands just announced its ratification of ’s Cape Town Agreement. A great step towards achieving and tackling fishing. Congratulations Cook Islands!
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OceansAsia Oct 18
Japan’s loose fisheries laws make it a destination for illegal, unreported, and unregulated . Countries where demand for is driving need to step up and take serious action to combat .
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Pew EU 8h
“Despite improved technology, loss of life in the fishing industry is exceptionally high”, says Sec. Lim. The Cape Town Agreement can change that. We’re here in to end fishing and take a stand for .”
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Pew EU 9h
What are the chances that you’re buying illegally caught fish when you go to the market? This question and more in our quiz.
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Kimberly Vosburgh 51m
BREAKING NEWS: 46 States just committed to ratifying 's Cape Town Agreement by 2022. We need everyone for , and today we're closer than ever!
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IMO 10h
Live from the Conference in Torremolinos, delegates are getting ready to address the issue of fishing vessels safety to prevent fishing activities.
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Pew EU Oct 20
Members of the industry, such as ’s are in support of stricter vessel standards to ensure and end fishing.
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Fisheries News Today Oct 18
More efforts urged to remove “yellow card” warning on Vietnamese seafood. ,,
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Deutsche Seemannsmission @Nordkirche 15h
Vice President Chen speaking to the delegates of ICMA World Conference: thanks to all who work for fishers & seafarers. Says Government of Taiwan made progress in improving situation in fishery, combat of
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Kimberly Vosburgh 23h
BTS in preparation for ’s conference on Cape Town Agreement. hard at work representing and work.
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IMO Oct 20
Replying to @wto
Wise words from Sir David Attenborough. IMO together with other UN partners are also addressing the issue of and fishing vessels safety and this will culminate at major Ministerial Conference tomorrow in Spain. Stay tuned and follow our progress via
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Stop Illegal Fishing Oct 20
The hunt for Asia's El Chapo. Taiwanese FV SHUN DE MAN NO.66 intercepted in 2018 by Indonesian navy with 1+ tonne of meth. Classic eg of how fishing vessels are used to hide illegal activity - false name, false flag & forged docs. via
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Julian Jackson🌍 Oct 18
Hhhhmmm 🤔. So EEZs might reduce IUU, but would they necessarily encourage sustainability and ecosystem protection, or promote unsustainable exploitation?
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Inland Shrimp Co. Oct 16
Cmon ! Bust em for fishing
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Liberianobserver.com 9h
The conference is intended for ministers, policymakers, senior officials and relevant experts responsible for implementing and fishing policies as ... .
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#ClimateChange Oct 13
Day 4 DYK Queen Conch is listed on the and has been overfished for decades in Jamaican waters? The is one site where they are susceptible to fishing. When will and declare this site a to help save
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Hakai Magazine Oct 20
Unreported transshipments open the door for unscrupulous fishers to funnel illegal, unreported, or unregulated (IUU) seafood into the legal marketplace.
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Marine Professionals 8h
We are in Spain for the Ministerial Conference on Fishing Vessel Safety and Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing. The conference aims to promote ratification of the which can eliminate IUU and keep crews safer.
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