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First ambitious ocean-cleansing project presented

NETHERLANDS | Saturday, June 25, 2016
At a port in The Hague, Dutch environment minister has launched the biggest prototype clean-up boom in an attempt to clear the Pacific of its plastic debris.


EP adopts Baltic pluriannual fisheries plan
European Union | 23:50 | The European Parliament in plenary session approved a multi-annual plan for the stocks of cod, herring and sprat in the Baltic Sea and for the fisheries exploiting those stocks. Full Story
Electronic certification for salmon exports to Russia enters final sta
Chile | 23:50 | After almost two years’ work between the Russian Veterinary Service and the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service of Chile, the electronic certification for seafood exports to the Eurasian market entered its final stage of development. Full Story
Shellfish contagious cancer spread discovered
United States | 23:40 | A new study suggests that direct transmission of cancer among some marine animals may be more common than once thought. Full Story
The Maine Lobster Industry Ramps Up For Peak Season
Maine lobster's fishermen and industry leaders anticipate an on-time start to the harvest, following a record-breaking season in 2015.
French Company Sapmer Confirmed Friend of the Sea and FAD Free
Sapmer's vessels have a responsible fishing policy that minimizes the impact on immature fish and other associated species and thus contributes to reduction of discards.
LoveTheWild Expands Distribution of Innovative Frozen Fish
LoveTheWild reimagines frozen fish with innovative entrée kits and expands distribution to Sprouts, Wegmans and select independent grocers.
EnviroFlight Wins The 'DSM Innovation Award' In Aquaculture
EnviroFlight's scalable approach utilizing Black Soldier Fly larvae opens the door to a plentiful source of high quality nutrients for the aquaculture industry.
Science: Eyeless catfish discovered in Texas cave may have come from Mexico
United States Eyeless catfish have been discovered deep inside a cave in Texas, an entirely new area for a rare species and a finding scientists say could mean underground caverns link the US to Mexico.
American authorities demand the EU to continue importing their lobsters
United States Maine politicians are calling for the EU to deny a request from the Swedish government to have American lobster listed as invasive.
EU tells Italy to stop bleaching its seafood use of hydrogen peroxide
Italy The Italian government has been told to stop letting fish vendors dupe customers by bleaching seafood in a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide.
EJF questions Thailand’s progress on human trafficking in fisheries
Thailand Non-government organisation EJF considers that the Royal Thai Government has not achieved substantial progress in eliminating severe forms of trafficking compared to the previous year.