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Ioannis Chapsos Oct 11
Very pleased to share my latest article, published today arguing that local communities are part of the problem in but should also be part of the problem solving
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Nchongayi Christantus Oct 11
We expect many of such sanctions to foreign vessels in the Gulf of Guinea, time for action. Stop fishing in African waters.
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Meredith Gore 12h
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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Mi Zhou Oct 13
Mr Hasan, turned celebrated online dried food merchant, says the strict measures against have thrown artisanal fishermen -- many of whom were on the brink of losing their livelihoods to the seas being depleted of fish -- a lifeline.
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Charlotte Karibuhoye Oct 12
Indeed! Gulf of Guinea and all other States should "ensure that resources that are illegally harvested/explored, including stolen oil and Illegal Unreported and Unregulated , are intentionally banned as was the case with the ‘blood diamonds’”
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OceansAsia Oct 11
A new article on . Everyone should be involved in combating !
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Far Dwuma Nkodo 12h
Industrial trawler fined $1million for illegal activities by Ghanaian authorities - Citi Newsroom
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Inland Shrimp Co. Oct 13
Just hoping there’s some government out there that’ll enforce it. Can’t really see abiding by it and as long as there is a buyer who doesn’t care about traceability there’s a seller who doesn’t either and need to be stopped !
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Hedi Jane Oct 9
Vietnam tried to to fight against fishing.
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Sea Shepherd SSCS Oct 11
is Sea Shepherd’s long-term campaign in the Eastern Tropical Pacific region that focuses on investigating illegal, unreported, and unregulated () fishing. Learn more about this mission by visiting
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ESF International Oct 10
Traceability most important to combat that is why science, conservation and the industry developed the standard.
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Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions 8h
Happening this Thursday! Join us for a conversation with author . The new book brings a unique perspective to fishing and on the high seas.
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Europêche Bruxelles Oct 10
Daniel Voces participates in “EU-Japan Joint Workshop with Industry on Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing” in Tokyo. The European policy has proven to be one of the most effective, ambitious and advanced tools against in the world
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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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WildlifeAviation Oct 12
isn't just a "third-world" problem...it's everyone's problem.
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WildlifeAviation Oct 13
Slavery. Total disregard of and assault on a country's economic sovereignty. Wanton destruction of the environment. The and the effects of are beyond the comprehension of most people. It's something that happens elsewhere. It's somebody else's problem.
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EJF Oct 10
‘Because of the transnational nature of fisheries crime, regional and international cooperation is vital’. fishing will not be solved by any one country or group - this is one of the reasons EJF is calling for a Global Oceans Treaty.
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Moving Waters 23h
Slaughter at Sea documents EJF’s recent investigation into Taiwan-linked long-line fishing vessels. Will be screened during Bengaluru edition! 19+20 Oct, 2019
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Stop Illegal Fishing Oct 11
Illegal Chinese fishing vessel fined over $1m by authorities in via
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Juliette Koning Oct 11
AddThis | Home Addressing global challenges - illegal fishing- by including local communities with and free download!
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