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IN BRIEF - ASC Response to SeaChoice Statement on Updates to the ASC Salmon Standard

UNITED STATES
Wednesday, July 17, 2019

ASC welcomes constructive feedback from all its varied stakeholders, and notes that SeaChoice continues to consider ASC’s standards more rigorous than other aquaculture certifications. However, SeaChoice’s criticism of the latest changes to the ASC Salmon Standard includes misleading inaccuracies and seeks to pre-emptively undermine the progress that will be made in addressing sealice with the new approach. The original PTI methodology was created amidst a lack of information about the actual performance of salmon farms and their use of parasiticides and as such was essentially untested.

ASC strongly believes in the importance of regularly monitoring and assessing its standards and is proud to be able to do so in this case by using data that would not be publicly available without the ASC programme. This update is based on several years of analysis of information collected through our programme and other performance data generated by governments and salmon producers across the world. We found that while PTI was an innovative solution at the time, advances in technology and knowledge since then have left it less effective.

Source: ASC


IN BRIEF - India and Sri Lanka’s violent fight over fish

SRI LANKA
Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Fishing is the economic lifeline for villages in northern Sri Lanka. But after a decades-long civil war, fishers returned to find their fish stocks depleted — and they pointed a finger squarely at neighboring India.

As people in India developed methods to increase hauls, and crossed a maritime border that was more permeable during the war, they depleted the fish stock for both sides. Now the Sri Lankan Navy is retaliating with force, making the relationship between the two communities that rely on these waters worse.

This is the latest episode of Vox Borders: India. In this episode, Vox Borders looks at how the drawing of a maritime border and lack of access to fish caused a conflict between two communities that used to live in harmony.

Source: Vox


IN BRIEF - Empty Nets as Overfishing and Climate Change Sap Lake Malawi

MALAWI
Wednesday, July 17, 2019

On the shores of Lake Malawi, a crowd eagerly awaits the arrival of a white and yellow cedarwood boat carrying its haul.

The crew of six deliver a single net of chambo, sardine and tiny usipa fish from the boat, just one of 72 vessels that land their catch every day on the beach at Senga Bay.

But overfishing and climate change have taken their toll.

Hundreds of local traders gather each morning and afternoon at Senga only to find that fish populations are falling in Lake Malawi, Africa’s third-largest body of freshwater.

Source: The Globe Post


IN BRIEF - Global Fish Processing Market 2019-2025 Pelagia, Leroy, Pescanova, Maruha Nichiro, Thai Union

WORLDWIDE
Tuesday, July 16, 2019

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Source: Rise Media


IN BRIEF - Norwegian company brings innovative fishing gear to Nova Scotia’s waters

CANADA
Tuesday, July 16, 2019

A Norway-based company is bringing a fishing device to Nova Scotia that it says will reduce the amount of lost fishing gear in the water.

ResQunit CEO Helge Tretto Olsen says its flotation device that attaches to gear such as lobster traps and crab pots has features that will allow for owners to find them.

“After a certain amount of days there is a cotton twine that dissolves and the flotation device floats to the surface,” says Olsen.

Source: Global News


IN BRIEF - Japanese longliner on fire, Indian ocean

JAPAN
Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Japanese fishing vessel MYOJIN MARU NO.8 on Jul 16 was reported on fire, drifting in Indian ocean, W of Australian West Coast. No other information available at the moment.

Longliner MYOJIN MARU NO.8, IMO 9810771, GT 479, built 2016, flag Japan.

Source: Maritime Bulletin


IN BRIEF - Drive to check fishing of small Hilsa

INDIA
Monday, July 15, 2019

Kolkata - West Bengal Housing and Infrastructure Development Corporation (Hidco) will start a campaign from next Saturday to dissuade people from eating khoka or small Ilish (hilsa) and urge them to eat the large variety.

The Ilish festival will be observed from July 20 at Café Ekante in Eco Park and the Biswa Bangla Gate where the Hidco authorities will campaign with the slogan Eat Large, Save Small" to ensure that the Hilsa fish are allowed to grow to full size.

Source: Millenium Post


IN BRIEF - An app for fishermen to identify banned species

INDIA
Monday, July 15, 2019

Fisherfolk in Ras Al Khaimah will now know if the fish they caught must be returned into the water - thanks to a new smart app that can detect 21 types of banned fish.

Launched by the Ras Al Khaimah Fishermen Society recently, the app is called 'Augmented Reality Measurement' and it can be easily downloaded on mobile phones and other smart devices.

"It runs even without an Internet connection, so fishermen can use it while they are out in the sea. It helps fishermen measure their catch and put the banned fish they caught back into the water," said Humaid Al Zaabi, deputy chairman of the society.

Source: Khaleej Times


IN BRIEF - Fish stocks double after launch of Kenya Coast Guard Services

KENYA
Monday, July 15, 2019

The country has doubled its fish stocks since the launch of the Kenya Coast Services Guards six months ago, reports show.

According to records in Liwatoni, Mombasa County, the stock has increased by 155,000 tonnes after the KCGS and international security teams stopped illegal fishing vessels from operating in Kenyan waters.

More than 400,000 tonnes of fish have landed at Liwatoni Fisheries Complex since the facility was reopened and KCSG launched in November.

Source: Daily Nation


IN BRIEF - Poor haul of fish feared if rain fails in Karnataka

INDIA
Monday, July 15, 2019

MANGALURU - Climate change, especially reduced rainfall can have adverse impact on fish and fisheries. Lack of rainfall accompanied with high temperatures would be extremely detrimental to several fish species as it affects the primary productivity, thereby impacting the entire life cycle of the fish and fisheries, observed Dr A Senthil Vel, Professor and Dean, College of Fisheries and Dr Lakshmipathi, Professor, Department of Aquatic Environment Management. 

Source: Times of India


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