Year: 2022

21 Mar
2022

The EU’s ‘carding scheme’ – which warns and potentially sanctions non-EU countries that fail to cooperate in the fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing – has decreased the prevalence of IUU fishing and prompted improved legislation, compliance and enforcement measures in several carded countries, a new report from the EU IUU Fishing Coalition […]

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21 Mar
2022

The European Union’s IUU Regulation is designed to prevent and stop the flow of illegally caught fish from entering the EU market. This report highlights instances where this EU carding scheme has prompted positive changes in fisheries governance. This full report is also available in French and Spanish. The executive summary and the case study […]

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7 Mar
2022

Source: Atuna The agreement between Costa Rica and Global Fishing Watch has come into effect. Since January 2022, the data of 95 vessels are publicly visible on the company’s map as part of its commitment to transparency in its fishing sector.

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4 Mar
2022

Source: Post Courier Online Illegal fishing in the PNG waters is robbing the multi million kina fishing industry with millions worth of fish caught illegally.

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25 Feb
2022

Source: SeaFoodSource Drew Lawler is the managing director at AJ Lawler Advisors and the former deputy assistant secretary for NOAA International Fisheries. While the term “Wild West” may conjure up images of outlaws acting with impunity in faraway outposts, it’s an apt metaphor for what’s taking place on the high seas just outside our 200-mile […]

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