Source: The IUU Fishing Blog
Author: House of the Ocean
Nobody can tackle IUU fishing alone: Will opportunities for global leadership be grasped?
Author: Eszter Hidas
The EU not only has a great responsibility to demonstrate legal and sustainable seafood supply chains to its consumers. It must ensure that its access to abundant seafood does not rob more vulnerable communities, of their own, writes Eszter Hidas.
Source: The Guardian
Author: Arthur Nelsen
World’s third-largest seafood exporter given six months to clean up its industry where ‘illegal fishing is almost totally allowed’
Today, the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana, The Pew Charitable Trusts, and WWF welcomed the European Commission’s warning, or ‘yellow-carding’, of Thailand for not fighting illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. Continue reading NGOs Support EU’s Warning of Trade Ban Against Thailand for Illegal Fishing
Source: Korea Herald
Author: Lee Jae-min
One sticky issue that has haunted Korea for the past two years is now being put to rest. Almost simultaneously, Washington and Brussels are scratching off Korea from the list of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing countries.
Continue reading Korea exits fishing blacklist