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5
Feb

Source: EJF, Oceana, The Pew Charitable Trusts and WWF
Author: Victoria Mundy

How has the EU action against illegal fishing changed our seafood trade flows? And what do these trade patterns tell us?

Ten years after the adoption of the EU IUU Regulation, a new report examines how the EU’s carding system has impacted the flow of seafood products into and within the EU. Continue reading New report: The impact of the EU IUU Regulation on seafood trade flows

30
Jan

Source: Fish-i-Africa

A new report from the FISH-i Africa Task Force, ‘The Potential Use of AIS as a Fisheries Monitoring Tool’ examines the value of using automatic identification system (AIS) as part of monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) operations. AISs are very high frequency (VHF) radio-based tools that support safe navigation and collision avoidance by automatically transferring information about the ship to other ships and coastal authorities. More recently AIS has been identified as a useful tool to contribute to fisheries enforcement efforts.

Continue reading FISH-i Africa report on ‘The Potential Use of AIS as a Fisheries Monitoring Tool’ published