fishing

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

If unchecked, deep sea mining could impact fish stocks and Pacific Island communities along with it.

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More Indonesians are eating fish as part of their regular diet but microplastics do make it risky. There are ways to mitigate that risk.

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Gathering reliable data from the high seas can be difficult and opaque.

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Not usually at the forefront of geopolitical argy-bargy, the Pacific has recently emerged as a strategic element of securing democracy. A rift threatened to tear apart normally unshakeable regional unity in 2021, with five Micronesian countries threatening to leave the most powerful transnational group, the Pacific Islands Forum. Ahead of the July 12 – 14 meeting of the Forum, the rift seems to have been patched over. (more…)

As Pacific Islanders struggle to survive in the face of climate change, they will need to adapt their traditional ways of fishing to the new reality.

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Fish stocks and seas face multiple threats, but marine scientists are working to find solutions to restore our vast blue ecosystem.

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Fish stocks and seas face multiple threats, but marine scientists are working to find solutions to restore our vast blue ecosystem.

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A dwindling supply of the world’s fish is an all-encompassing problem, and finding a solution will require a holistic look.

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Large Pacific fish return to their own hatching sites when they produce offspring. A new map of their migration routes could mean better protection for them.

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Artisanal fisheries are the lifeblood of coastal African communities, but they have largely been neglected. Small changes can make sure they don’t disappear.

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