CO2 emissions in fishing would be higher than estimated
207 million tonnes of CO2 were released into the atmosphere by marine fishing vessels only in 2016
A new study published by a group of researchers of the Sea Around Us project suggests that carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) from the fuel burnt by fishing boats are 30 per cent higher than previously reported.
The team of scientists is made of researchers from Sea Around Us at the University of British Columbia Columbia (UBC), and Sea Around Us - Indian Ocean, University of Western Australia (UWA), and their findings were published in the journal Marine Policy.
Ongoing with the renewal of the green fleet Norway
Norway is one of the European countries that has been electrified the most so far. Not only is its car fleet dominated by electric vehicles, which account for 60% of the market share. Also its waters....
Nigeria imports US$ 280M mackerel fish Nigeria
Despite import restriction, importation of chilled and frozen mackerel has reached N128.8billion ($280million) or 40 per cent of the total annual $700million fish imports into Nigeria in one year.
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