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18 Sep
2020

Source: The Guardian Hundreds of vessels caught logging 73,000 hours of fishing in just one month in new analysis A vast fishing armada of Chinese vessels just off the Galápagos Islands logged an astounding 73,000 hours of fishing during just one month as it pulled up thousands of tonnes of squid and fish, a new report based […]

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10 Sep
2020

Source: Euronews A statement has been signed by more than 300 scientists calling for the EU to end overfishing to protect the health of our oceans. The message, delivered to EU Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, Virginijus Sinkevičius, earlier this week, said that limits on fishing must be imposed “as an urgent and […]

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9 Sep
2020

The benefits derived from the ocean cannot be overstated. It contributes directly to human wellbeing through the provision of food and livelihoods, hosts a vast array of ecologically important species, acts as an incredibly effective carbon sink and provides more than half of the air we breathe. Given the significance of these ecosystem services, the […]

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3 Sep
2020

Source: WWF The climate crisis is having significant negative consequences for the majority of fish species caught by small-scale fishers, including some of the most commercially important species like sardines, anchovies and tuna. Many fish species remain vulnerable to losing their habitats and food sources. The livelihoods of millions of people and vulnerable communities are […]

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