The cost of sustainable fisheries
Who pays how much to fix the problems, and how to accountably channel the funds when they do flow? ...
Malaysia’s intent to protect 1 million hectares of ocean in Sabah is a globally significant action – WWF
Global conservation organisation WWF presented its prestigious Leaders for a Living Planet Award to ...
REACTION: Let’s go beyond paying lip service to traceability
How can we make traceability work to combat IUU fishing in the Coral Triangle? It’s about ...
New gall crab species discovered in Tun Mustapha Park, Malaysia
A new coral-inhabiting gall crab species has been discovered in the proposed Tun Mustapha Park, ...
Farming more, farming better
Aquaculture is providing more and more of the fish the world eats. Learn about a new hybrid ...
EXPERT OPINION: Dr Allen To, Assistant Manager, Footprint Programme, WWF-Hong Kong
WWF-Hong Kong is a forerunner in the sustainable seafood movement in the region. Their work and ...
Who’s going to pay for better fisheries?
At the recent Seafood Expo North America, a discussion on Vietnam’s Yellowfin Tuna Fishery ...
Keeping the fish close to home
At the recent Regional Workshop on the Future of Coastal Fisheries Management in the Pacific held ...
Growing ‘leopards,’ ‘tigers,’ and ‘panthers’ at sea
Groupers are the prize catches of the live reef food fish trade (LRFFT), and stocks in Philippine ...
EU Lifts Yellow Card Warning on Philippine Fisheries
The European Union (EU) on 21 April lifted the nation’s Yellow Card fisheries rating, which was ...
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