Fishing

Study Exposes Extent of Untracked Fishing Vessels

Around 75 percent of global industrial fishing vessels are not publicly tracked.

Revitalizing Seas: Creating a Sustainable Future for Oysters

The MA Oyster Project aims to keep oyster shells out of landfills and create regenerative habitats for the shellfish.

Bridging Seas to Sustainability: WTO’s ‘Fish Month’ Pushes Against Fishing Subsidies

WTO’s Fish Month tackles global overfishing issues and works towards sustainable fishing practices by regulating subsidies and addressing overcapacity.

Krill Fishing Boom May Threaten Antarctic Predators and Climate Crisis Mediation

As the krill fishing industry expands across the aquaculture and pharmaceuticals industry, scientists express concerns that these sectors will decrease krill’s carbon sink capacity and create competition for krill’s natural predators.

Maine Lobster Industry Faces off against Conservationists over Whale Protections

The Maine lobster industry won a reprieve from new federal regulations aimed at protecting the endangered North Atlantic right whale.

Predicting Global Fisheries Risks: Inside WWF’s Oceans Futures Platform

A new platform helps advocates push for sustainable oceans, resilient communities, and access to nutritious blue foods for a better future.

Hope in the Water to Premiere on PBS Summer 2024

Embark on a global journey with Hope in the Water, a character-driven docuseries premiering on PBS in Summer 2024.

Bridging Gaps for a Sustainable World: The Role of Water in Food Systems

Agriculture is responsible for more than 70 percent of global freshwater withdrawals. Meanwhile one third of the world faces water stress.

Water is Life. Water is Food. Leave No One Behind.

World Food Day is not only a day—it’s a jumping-off point for action year-round.

We Owe it to Ourselves—to Our Society—to Be Eating More Seafood

Blue foods—including fish, seafood, ocean plants, and more—are vital to the global economy.

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