Folks in Latin America, please join us at the 3rd Dialogos de tecnología para pesquerías en América Latina tomorrow… https://t.co/ufLmeTtI6O
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What is the “comprehensive” approach to seafood #traceability? The “comprehensive” approach takes a broader approa… https://t.co/nfYa8GQv0J
Allday (EST) SALT presenting Bluetide summit is the first blue economy international hybrid summit held in the Caribbean. It focuses on generating interdisciplinary collaboration among multiple oceanic-dependent industrial sectors. Join globally recognized blue economy business leaders and investment experts to launch a new era of Caribbean-Atlantic cooperation through eight technical portfolios in infrastructure development. As…
What is #eCDT? The practice of digitally collecting, sharing, and tracking verifiable information about the harves… https://t.co/loz2cQQ6Cq
03:00 PM in Singapore time (SST) Illegal activities such as piracy, illegal fishing, drug and human trafficking are undermining national safety, economic growth and endangering lives today. At ST Engineering Geo-insights, we provide maritime authorities with the solutions to monitor and identify rogue ships globally, leveraging on commercial geospatial data and advances in AI technology.…
4:00-6:00pm (Paris time UTC+2) While there are many aspects to achieve sustainable fisheries, the public availability of credible information is critical. But it has not been a priority! Many governments are still not disclosing even basic information on their fisheries sector, such as laws, licenses, fishing agreements, stock assessments, payment and catch data, and subsidies.…
Based on the document reviews and interviews of small-and medium-size Thai seafood processing enterprises, this report recommends the most suitable recruitment model practices for the companies participating in pilot projects. This project aims to improve company-led practices to reduce and ultimately eliminate the incidence of forced labor and human trafficking in the labor supply chain.
Dive in to learn more about the dynamic world of fisheries data modernization—where fish, management, and tech collide to support sustainable seafood. This resource provides content broken down into more digestible, shorter reads that discuss specific findings to understand how we can accelerate better data systems that benefit industry, the public, and fisheries governance worldwide.
The article aims to find the answer on the main question of how can the criminalisation of IUU fishing, especially when committed by OCGs, under suppression conventions tackle the deficits of regulations and enforcement at the international and national levels.