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How Europe’s only Indigenous group is inspiring a greener Christianity

Sundarbans fisherfolk are battered by cyclones amid fishing bans

As aquaculture hits historic highs, let’s ensure sustainability is prioritized (commentary)

French Polynesians revive traditional rāhui to protect fish — and livelihoods

For the first time ever, we’re farming more seafood than we’re catching: FAO

Indonesia must integrate marine protection with fisheries subsidies, study says

Bali’s rapid coastal erosion threatens island’s ecosystems & communities: Study

Indonesia’s Avatar sea nomads enact Indigenous rules to protect octopus

From the Amazon to the Himalayas, an invasive catfish makes its Nepal debut

Ghost nets haunt marine life in Malaysian marine park, study finds

Efforts to save Cambodia’s coast tread water as fish stocks plummet

Report: Illegal fishing and labor abuse rampant in China’s Indian Ocean fleet

Restoring Indigenous aquaculture heals both ecosystems and communities in Hawai‘i

Fishers left with no land, no fish, in fire sale of Cambodian coast

Peru approves the creation of long-awaited marine protected area

Thai plan to relax fishing law stokes fear of return to illegal catches, worker abuse

Bottom trawling in U.K.’s marine reserves, legally, is apparently a thing

From Egypt to Syria, ‘water cancer’ chokes waterways

In Belize, flawed conservation measures threaten small-scale fishers’ livelihoods (commentary)

Small-scale fishers lose out to trawlers in race to catch Cambodia’s last fish

Fishers decry ‘underhanded’ new initiative to protect Mexico’s vaquita

No mercy for overfished yellowfin tuna at Indian Ocean fisheries meeting

Undercover in a shark fin trafficking ring: Interview with wildlife crime fighter Andrea Crosta

Twilight zone fishing: Can we fish the ocean’s mesopelagic layer?

Indonesia resumes lobster larvae exports despite sustainability, trade concerns

CITES halts Ecuador’s shark trade; trafficking persists amid lack of transparency

New ban threatens traditional fishers in Brazil’s Mato Grosso state

No answers for Ghanaian fishery observer’s family months after suspected death

Fewer fish and more rules lead to illegal catches, Italian fishers say

Fishing by dodgy fleets hurts economies, jobs in developing countries: Report

Indigenous community fights to save its lands on Indonesia’s historic tin island

Warming seas push India’s fishers into distant, and more dangerous, waters

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