Continuing CCAMLR's Fight Against IUU Fishing for Toothfish
According to this study, IUU fishing is severely undermining protection of Patagonian toothfish. WWF and TRAFFIC are calling for enhanced monitoring m ...
Chang Xing: Case Studies on IUU Vessels No. 2
In June 2004 the Greenpeace ship s/v Rainbow Warrior sailed into the Tasman Sea to focus global attention on the destruction caused to dee ...
Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM)
The aim of the CRFM is to "promote sustainable use of fisheries and aquaculture resources in and among Member States, by development, management and conservation of these resources in collaboration with stakeholders to benefit the people of the Caribbean region." Membership is open to all CARICOM (Caribbean Community) members.
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Protected reef offers model for conservation
Ban the gill nets! Restore prosperity to Belizean fisheries
Crackdown on illegal fishing
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Unmasking the pirates
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SA Casey Oravetz