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  • Dramatic fall in sockeye numbers haunts Canada authorities

    Canadian fisheries experts say they are extremely concerned by a steep decline in returning sockeye salmon numbers, and they are blaming climate change as the leading factor, Global News Canada reports. Federal authorities have slashed their projection for the number of returning Fraser River sockeye in British Columbia to just over 600,000, compared with an earlier forecast of nearly 5 million fish. It comes as the fisheries department releases

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 23 Aug 12:46 GMT


    In pictures: Pamela Anderson joins salmon farming protest

    solution," Cermaq said. "There are many issues at play, ranging from climate change and warming ocean temperatures, to ocean acidification, micro-plastics

    Salmon  intrafish.com 29 Jul 17:11 GMT

    EU, Canada enter ocean partnership agreement

    The European Union (EU) and Canada ratified a partnership agreement to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fisheries, marine pollution and climate change. Last year, the EU entered a similar ocean partnership with China. The EU and Canada have a longstanding relationship regarding...have been one of the priorities of my mandate, from climate change to plastic pollution to illegal fishing. No country, or region, can tackle these

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 19 Jul 08:06 GMT

    ICES slashes North Sea cod advice by 63%

    recover. "The primary cause of this twist of fortune, the scientists tell us, is related to climate change, that means the situation is not fully within

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 28 Jun 10:13 GMT


    Climate change reducing fish species in PNG

    Climate change, particularly conditions in the western Pacific, has resulted in certain fish species moving to other waters, said Sylvester Pokajam, president of the Papua New Guinea Fishing Industry Association (PNG FIA), reports RNZ. PNG FIA recently entered the full assessment phase toward obtaining Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification for its purse seine skipjack and yellowfin tuna fishery. Tuna makes up a large portion of the industry in

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 24 Jun 23:00 GMT

    Oceana urges Mediterranean to tackle overfishing ahead of meeting

    . "This is their best chance to protect young fish, rebuild ocean productivity, and resilience against climate change." The online viewer provides examples

    Fisheries  intrafish.com 10 Jun 11:33 GMT

    Minh Phu hits back at tariff avoidance allegations: 'We ship no Indian shrimp to the US'

    effects of climate change and other natural occurrences," read the statement. "Indian raw material supplement our operations and exports globally, not to

    Marketplace  intrafish.com 10 Jun 07:37 GMT


    Report warns investors aquaculture risks could 'sink' the sector

    A new report is warning financiers against investing in the aquaculture sector amid fears that low governance, climate change, antibiotic resistance and an unstable feed supply could “sink” the industry. The paper, "Shallow returns?", from the Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR), uses...highlighted similar risks as the new report, including climate change, antibiotic resistance and impacts on wild stocks.

    Aquaculture  intrafish.com 04 Jun 12:37 GMT


    AquaBounty posts Q1 loss, but FDA decision boosts outlook

    now import, grow and selling genetically-engineered salmon into the US market. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) also approved Aqua

    Finance  intrafish.com 02 May 22:55 GMT


    April's must-read seafood headlines: Salmon farming attacks; shrimp trade shifts; and tariff threats

    stands a chance in the face of increasing opposition. In New Zealand, aquaculture is facing similar challenges, although climate change is also a key

    NEWS  intrafish.com 02 May 07:23 GMT