This new report sheds light on illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, showing how countries can tailor their specific strategies to combat this major security challenge.
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A comparative study of key data elements in import control schemes aimed at tackling illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in the top three seafood markets: the European Union, the United States and Japan.
The Vessel Tracer (VT) iVMS is a small vessel monitoring unit that has been specifically designed for small-scale fisheries. The VT iVMS comes in both solar-powered and line-powered versions. The transponder uses inexpensive cell-phone technology to transmit vessel movements, allowing for higher reporting frequency than traditional VMS. This, in turn, allows for higher resolution monitoring…
After a year of co-design, SALT hit the ground running.
The overall objective of the 2019 ICT4Fisheries Conference was for actors to share insights that enable the adoption of technology in smallscale fisheries. Key learnings from the conference included identifying the pros and cons of ICTs, determining opportunities for tech and establishing key user engagement strategies.
A follow-up to a 2016 report assessing the Thai seafood industry’s response to forced labour and human trafficking, this report provides an update on progress made and gaps that still remain.
This case study tells the story of Anova Food USA’s collaborative work on traceability improvements in Indonesia since 2009, consisting of several successive projects piloting, developing, testing and scaling of various electronic traceability technologies in the Indonesian handline tuna fishery.
The Sustainable Fisheries Toolkit is a set of resources for improving fisheries management practices and outcomes for people and the environment. Fishery managers, fishermen and other stakeholders around the world have used the manuals, practitioners’ tools and learning materials in the Toolkit to help design and implement sustainable management.
In light of the ongoing revision of the EU fisheries control system, this high-level panel discussion with key European policy-makers, national governments, industry representatives and NGOs will explore current best practices and identified weaknesses of seafood traceability systems in the EU with the aim of ensuring legal and sustainable fisheries in EU waters today and…