TheFishSite.com - news, features, articles and disease information for the fish industry

Fish Industry News By Category: Sustainability

Search:
Section:
Show results in:
23 February 2017
EU Lifts 'Yellow Cards' for Curaçao and Solomon Islands
EU - The European Commission has lifted the 'yellow cards' for Curaçao and Solomon Islands, recognising the significant progress both countries have made in the...
New Device Shows 35 per cent Bycatch Reduction in Trial
AUSTRALIA - ​A new bycatch device has delivered impressive results that will improve the sustainability of fishing operations of wild catch prawns in Australia’s...
Urgent Need to Check How Males and Females Respond Differently to Ocean Acidification
UK - Climate change can have a different impact on male and female fish, shellfish and other marine animals, with widespread implications for the future of marine...
22 February 2017
EU Voices Concern as IATTC Fails to Adopt Robust Tuna Conservation Measures
EU - The EU has said it is concerned by IATTC's failure to adopt a robust, science-based conservation measure for tropical tuna in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. ...
Smart Reforms Key to Global Fish Recovery
New research has found that climate change will cause dramatic impacts in the world's fisheries, but with effective management most fisheries could yield more fish...
Weekly Overview: Investment in Research is Essential for Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture in ASEAN Countries
GLOBAL - A new report from WorldFish projects that fish production in ASEAN countries will reach 24 per cent of global output by 2030....
20 February 2017
ASEAN Fish Production to Rise; Policies, Technology Needed to Ensure Sustainability
ASIA - A new report from WorldFish projects that fish production in ASEAN countries will reach 24 per cent of global output by 2030. ...
17 February 2017
Crawfish Added to BAP Programme; Chinese Processing Plant Certified
CHINA - Please join the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices division in welcoming the world’s first BAP-certified crawfish facility to the...
Salmon Farming to Expand in Tasmania
AUSTRALIA - Salmon farming will expand into Tasmania's east coast following an independent review....
16 February 2017
Giving Oceans a Break Could Generate $83b in Additional Benefits for Fisheries
GLOBAL - Fishing less, and better, could generate an additional $83 billion each year for the fisheries sector, creating a much-needed revenue stream in developing...
Arctic Charr Added to BAP Programme; Iceland Processing Plant Certified
ICELAND - Congratulations to Íslandsbleikja, Iceland’s first processing plant to attain Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification, the Global Aquaculture...
Sea to Table’s Supply-Chain Makeover
US - Driven by conscious consumers such as university student bodies, fish distribution in North America is switching to a more local, more sustainable model. Rachel...
15 February 2017
International Collaboration to Improve Fisheries Management
GLOBAL - International collaboration is just one way the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) demonstrates support for best practice in global fisheries...
14 February 2017
More Maldivian Support for Sustainable One-by-one Tuna Fisheries
MALDIVES - Maldivian tuna supply chain companies Ensis Fisheries PVT Ltd and Maldives Quality Seafood PVT Ltd have become the latest Members of the International...
Algeria-EU Programme to Support Fishing, Aquaculture Sector
ALGERIA - A programme of the European Union (EU) to support the sector of fishing and aquaculture was officially launched Monday, in Algiers, as part of the European...
13 February 2017
Commission Adopts New Regulation on EU Fleet Register
EU - Updates to the European Union's fleet register will soon be available in real time, following the adoption of a new regulation by the European Commission on...
Super Additive Leading the Way To More Sustainable Aquaculture Feed
SPAIN - Fish farmers are always looking for sustainable feed that can make fish strong and healthy. A new study led by the CSIC in Spain concludes that marine feed...
Zambia Launches Fish Farming Project
ZAMBIA - The Zambian government has announced the start of a fish farming project aimed at boosting the production of fish for both local consumption and export....
10 February 2017
DOST to Beef up Fish By-products
PHILIPPINES - The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and major players of the fisheries industry convened recently for a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on...
Concerns about Sustainability of Tasmania's Salmon Industry
AUSTRALIA - Two former salmon industry executives have added their voices to concerns raised about the sustainability of parts of Tasmania's $700 million salmon...
09 February 2017
Coal Ash Selenium Found in Fish in North Carolina Lakes
US - A new Duke University study has found high levels of selenium in fish in three North Carolina lakes receiving power plants' coal ash waste....
Talk Highlights Role of New Technologies in Aquaculture, Fisheries
OMAN - Last week, the office of the deputy vice chancellor for Postgraduate Studies & Research at SQU organised a talk on 'Marine Biotechnology: Contribution to...
08 February 2017
Zimbabwean Fish Farming Gets Boost
ZIMBABWE - The Government has launched a stocking and restocking programme on Zimbabwean dams to boost fish production (aquaculture) countrywide to enhance national...
Sustainable Fishing in Developing Countries Receives Boost
NETHERLANDS - Fishermen in developing countries will be offered new opportunities to improve the sustainability of their fishing practices, thanks to funding from...
07 February 2017
Scottish Fishermen Welcome New Report on Recovering Fish Stocks
UK - Scottish fishermen have welcomed a new report which highlights that most major whitefish stocks have increased in Scottish waters since the mid-2000s while...
06 February 2017
World's First Pizza Chain to Switch to 100% Sustainable Seafood
FINLAND - Finnish pizza chain, Kotipizza has switched all of its seafood to sustainable products, traceable to MSC certified fisheries. As the world’s only pizza...
03 February 2017
Could Microbial-Derived Nutrients Play A Key Role in Aquaculture Development?
MEXICO -The fast growth of the aquaculture industry has increased demand for feed and ingredients. Because of its high nutritional properties fishmeal has long been...
01 February 2017
Dutch Taskforce Connects Initiatives Against Food Waste
NETHERLANDS - The Taskforce Circular Economy in Food, launched during the National Food Summit in the Netherlands, aims to prevent and reduce food waste and become...
31 January 2017
Abertay University £5 million Research Bid Could Have International Fisheries Impact
SCOTLAND, UK - Abertay University has launched a £5 million research funding bid that could transform the lives of millions of Vietnamese fishermen....
St Helena to Establish UK’s First One-by-One Only Tuna Fishery
ST HELENA, UK - The island, which has a maritime zone encompassing 172,439 square miles of open-ocean habitat, is situated within a region rich with marine fauna...
 
 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10 

News By Advertiser

News By Country

News By Fish

News By Category


Our Sponsors

Partners



Sustainable Aquaculture Modular Courses AVAILABLE NOW - University of St Andrews

Seasonal Picks

Know Your Freshwater Fishes - 5m Books.com

Aquacullture Webinars from TheFishSite - Sign Up Now