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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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29 Dec
2021

Source: SeaFoodSource Three West African countries have forged a partnership to implement a joint fisheries’ observer program as part of their effort to ensure safe, secure, and legal fisheries are maintained across the Gulf of Guinea. Ghana has signed a pact with Togo and Benin to carry out the joint monitoring of the countries’ fisheries, […]

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22 Dec
2021

Source: Fishermen’s News A maritime security proposal within the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act has now cleared Congress and is expected to be signed into law by President Biden. The proposal, as amended by Senators Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, and Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI, requires the Secretary of the Navy to produce a report on […]

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21 Dec
2021

Position: Based: Contract: Closing date for applications: Salary range: 2 Communications Coordinators Brussels Full-time, fixed term, contract duration will be up to 18 months renewable. Sunday 16 January 2022 Competitive, dependent upon experience and location. Position overview Legal and sustainable seafood is vital not only for the future of our Ocean and the climate, but […]

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21 Dec
2021

Position: Based:  Contract: Closing date for applications: Salary range: Coalition Project Coordinator Brussels or London (with some international travel) Full-time, fixed-term Sunday, 16 January 2022 €31,000- €41,000 (dependent upon experience and location, but please note there can be no negotiation outside of this range) Position overview The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Oceana, The Nature Conservancy, […]

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21 Dec
2021

Source: Nikkei Asia HO CHI MINH CITY — Vietnam’s fishermen are now sailing the seas equipped with better tracking devices and improved ship logging methods in a bid to steer clear of penalties imposed by the European Union for illegal fishing, and to join efforts aimed at preventing depletion of the world’s marine life.

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