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Norway reveals plans for river trap system to protect wild salmon
Announcement comes as Scottish report says open-pen salmon farms pose substantial risk to wild population

Weronika Strzyżyńska

21, Oct, 2021 @9:56 AM

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‘No fish means no food’: how Yurok women are fighting for their tribe’s nutritional health
Klamath River salmon populations are dwindling, so Yurok mothers are working to restore the river and reclaim Indigenous food sovereignty

Lucy Sherriff for the Fuller Project

20, Oct, 2021 @1:35 PM

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Unsafe conditions and low pay for migrants on Irish fishing boats exposed
Study prompts call for reforms to safeguard conditions of fishers from countries including the Philippines, Egypt, Ghana and Indonesia

Ella McSweeney

20, Oct, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Yellowfin review – shocking testimony from a world with empty oceans
Three senators at a hearing in Washington DC try to find out where all the fish have gone in Marek Horn’s smart but deliberately frustrating one-room play

Kate Wyver

18, Oct, 2021 @6:18 AM

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Rotting Red Sea oil tanker could leave 8m people without water
Tanker Safer has been abandoned since 2017 and loss of its 1.1m barrels would destroy Yemen’s fishing stocks

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

11, Oct, 2021 @3:16 PM

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Clyde’s fish stocks start to recover – with a different fish than before
Banning fishing does not mean populations simply bounce back, as scientists found off Scotland’s west coast

Heather Richardson

07, Oct, 2021 @6:30 AM

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‘Shark calling’: locals claim ancient custom threatened by seabed mining
‘Shark calling’, a Papua New Guinea tradition of singing to sharks then catching them by hand, could vanish – and locals blame deep-sea disturbances

Kalolaine Fainu in New Ireland province and Maryann Uechtritz

30, Sep, 2021 @5:30 AM

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Always a bigger fish: Florida scientists seek new angle on shark depredation
Study of how fish are snatched from lines will investigate what species of sharks are the most prolific offenders

Richard Luscombe in Miami

26, Sep, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Cape Verde’s ‘fish detectives’ try to keep extinction at bay
As boats from bigger islands flock to fish off Maio, locals take turns to safeguard their pristine waters

Annika Hammerschlag in Cape Verde

21, Sep, 2021 @5:30 AM

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Deep impact: the underwater photographers bringing the ocean’s silent struggle to life
Kerim Sabuncuoğlu tells the story behind his award-winning photograph of a moray eel that also shows the wider perils of ‘ghost fishing’

Killian Fox

18, Sep, 2021 @5:00 PM

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Outcry over killing of almost 1,500 dolphins on Faroe Islands
Many Faroese horrified by what Sea Shepherd group claims was largest such massacre in the islands’ history

Richard Orange in Malmo

14, Sep, 2021 @7:35 PM

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Licence to krill: the destructive demand for a ‘better’ fish oil
Industrial fishing of the tiny crustacea in a dietary supplements gold rush is threatening the Antarctic food chain – and even the climate

Richa Syal

07, Sep, 2021 @5:01 AM

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