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Blockchain Could Fight Illegal Fishing and Help Tuna Stocks Recover
This scannable technology could help you trace the fish you buy (Photo: WWF/Netflix)
More than half of the world’s tuna comes from the Pacific Ocean, but tuna fisheries are suffering from depleted stocks and illegal fishing.
Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing is a major threat to marine biodiversity, the sustainability and balance of marine ecosystems, and to fish populations worldwide.
By tracking the fish from the moment it’s caught, blockchain would make it impossible for any illegal or unreported tuna to enter the market.
WWF urges EU Member states to meet CFP deadlines
Marked eels released in Mar Menor to investigate their behaviour
WWF calls for two-month ban on common hake
Banned chemicals found in seafood sold at supermarkets
The Mediterranean polluted with microplastic record levels, WWF warns
'Revolutionary' traceability technology implemented in Pacific tuna industry
Bluefin tuna TAC growth disappoints environmentalists
New daily life in the era of the post-coronavirus or the 'New Normal'
The Japanese government has announced the lifting of the state of emergency across the country, which means many people can technically go back to work. However, this lifting doesn’t mean that ...
With remarkable performance Lidl tripled revenue and is about to open its 100th location
Although Lidl has been operating in the U.S. market for a relatively short period of time, its growth has been astronomical. In just a few years, the retailer has already reached a triple-digit store ...
Volumes and prices │ Squid and cuttlefish │ Tokyo Markets | 2020
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A warmer and more acid Arctic ocean: Challenges to marine organisms
The possible impacts of ocean acidification (OA) on Arctic marine ecosystems is a primary concern, especially on time scales beyond the next election, or beyond our own lifetimes. The Fram Centre&rsqu...
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