Year: 2022

20 Jan
2022

Source: Homeland Security Today The crews of the Coast Guard Cutter Juniper (WLB 201) and Joseph Gerczak (WPC 1126) will aim to extend the Coast Guard’s at-sea enforcement presence in the region through a 40-day patrol. “Aiga,” the Samoan word for family, is designed to integrate Coast Guard capabilities and operations with Pacific Island Country […]

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18 Jan
2022

Source: SeaFoodSource Starting in February, NOAA Fisheries will enact a ban prohibiting port access for all Mexican fishing boats that operate in the Gulf of Mexico. The federal agency said in a statement that the move, which will become effective Monday, 7 February, comes as the U.S. issued a “negative certification” against its southern neighbor […]

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17 Jan
2022

Source: Planet Tracker Supply chain disruptions were front page news in 2021, highlighting an urgent need for companies to be able to track products along their supply chains. Traceability reveals the history, location and application of an item. Management teams sometimes resist implementing traceability systems arguing they are too costly. But are such systems the […]

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4 Jan
2022

Source: The European Sting Ocean industry practices are under scrutiny due to advances in surveillance technology. The industry has a responsibility to be more transparent about how their activities affect the health of the ocean. With collaborative action and data sharing the industry has an opportunity to build a sustainable blue economy.

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1 Jan
2022

The biennial reports on the application of the IUU Regulation which were analysed in the EU IUU Fishing Coalition report ‘Water-tight? Assessing the effectiveness of EU controls to prevent illegal seafood imports‘ are available here: 2018-2019: Austria Estonia Italy Portugal Belgium Finland Latvia Romania Bulgaria France Lithuania Slovakia Croatia Germany Luxembourg Slovenia Cyprus Greece Malta […]

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