Latest News for: Marine resources


EAD issues marine water quality policy to reduce marine pollution

Gulf Daily News 06 Feb 2023
“The sustainability of coastal and marine resources plays an important role in their preservation across generations, which enhances the social, economic and environmental value of coastal and marine areas ... These natural resources could be exposed to threats in case there is ...

Winterport man made a shocking catch while ice fishing

Bangor Daily News 06 Feb 2023
It happens about once every two years, according to the Maine Department of Marine Resources ... The Department of Marine Resources estimated 1,325 Atlantic salmon passed through Penobscot River dams in Orono and Milford in 2022 ... The unusual Atlantic salmon catch coincides with a new initiative the Department of Marine Resources rolled out Friday.

China's fishing trawlers endangering marine life of South America: Report

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
Chinese Distant Water Fishing Fleet (DWF) vessels have been spotted fishing rare and protected species and disturbing the marine ecological balance ... In Peru, the local fishermen have complained about Chinese overfishing of giant squid, which is the country's second biggest marine resource after anchovies.

Trees cut, sand dunes levelled in Vizag for G20 summit

Deccan Chronicle 06 Feb 2023
“It is a clear violation of Marine Natural Resources Protection Act which prohibits with the natural supply and movement of the sand and sections of Coastal Regulation Zone,’’ said Jana Sena leader and GVMC corporator P.L.N ... and other rare marine living things.

Construction set to start on Phase 2 of Liuao wind power field in Fujian Province

ECNS 06 Feb 2023
"The average capacity of most offshore wind turbines is no more than 10 megawatts ... Construction is scheduled to finish in August, the CCTV reported ... The company vowed to explore offshore industries including farming, hydrogen production and photovoltaic power based on the pioneering Liuao wind project, and it will also explore other marine resources.

Tuna shortage hits Tema following the close season

Ghana Business News 06 Feb 2023
There is a shortage of tuna on the market one month into the three months close season for Tuna Vessels, the Ghana News Agency (GNA) has observed ... Mr ... The ICCAT is an international commission responsible for the conservation, and management of tuna, and other marine resources in the Atlantic Ocean ... Source. GNA ....

Registration open for online fisheries science courses

Island Free Press 06 Feb 2023
Fall fishing on a Frisco beach in October. Photo by Joy Crist. Registration is open for North Carolina Sea Grant’s popular “Introductory Fisheries Science for NC Fishers” training ... The cost is $20 ... Division of Marine Fisheries,” Baker says, “as well as Kevin Dockendorf with the N.C. Wildlife Resource Commission.” ... Register here ... .

LGUs urged to support establishment of more Edca sites

Sun Star 06 Feb 2023
DEFENSE Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr ... “It is our fervent hope that our LGUs will also realize that the Edca is not just about security,” the Defense secretary said ... We must also promote responsible stewardship over our marine resources which are being threatened by overfishing and man-made ecological degradation,” he added. (SunStar Philippines). .

More efforts needed for north central, central coastal region to reach full potential: PM

Vietnam News 05 Feb 2023
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment also put forward solutions to develop the marine economy, ensuring the connection between economic development and resources, environmental protection as well as adapting to climate change.  ... utilising human resources. .

Japan looks beyond territorial waters for wind power amid green push

Kyodo 05 Feb 2023
Based on the view, the government is planning to prepare necessary legislation or a legal revision, officials said, just as the country is set to update its marine strategy around May ... "We will make better use of marine resources to realize a decarbonized society by expanding offshore wind power to the EEZ.".

Supervisor Oscar Villegas on the state of District 1 | Focus on West Sacramento

The Daily Democrat 05 Feb 2023
On Jan. 10, 2023, I began my role as chair for the Yolo County Board of Supervisors ... Together we have achieved many accomplishments which benefited the entire county ... Below are a few examples. ... -We continued to provide resources to the Yolo County Sheriff Marine Patrol to remove abandoned derelict vessels from our waterways on the Delta.

Oyster farms are all the rage—until they block your ocean views

Popular Science 05 Feb 2023
It’s probably as contentious as it’s ever been,” says Ben Stagg, who, until the end of 2022 was chief of shellfish management at the Virginia Marine Resources Commission, an agency that manages that state’s oyster leases ... Many people haven’t had the time to get used to it, let alone romanticize it like they do other types of marine industries.

Ex-Environment chief Alcala, 93

The Manila Times 04 Feb 2023
His research and advocacy for marine no-take zones resulted in policy that established marine protected areas across the Philippines and became a model of coastal resource management, ... Ramos appointed Alcala as secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, where he initiated the marine conservation programs of the department.

Blue Pakistan

Dawn 04 Feb 2023
BLUE economy’ refers to sustainable and inclusive water resource management ... Over three billion people across the world rely on marine resources for their livelihoods ... Blue economy emphasises sustainable development while preserving biomass like marine life and coastal resources.

My Word | Offshore wind needs to work with local stakeholders

Times Standard 04 Feb 2023
... the environment or marine life ... one for communities, tribes or other stakeholders whose use of resources harvested from the lease areas is expected to be impacted; the other for those affected by potential impacts to marine, coastal or human environment from lease development.

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