Latest release of online tool will help more people monitor and manage greater expanses of the seas In our brief but exciting history working to
This article was originally published by SkyTruth on May 31, 2023.
Global Fishing Watch and Panama co-host transparency workshop ahead of Our Ocean Conference, bringing together over 80 thought leaders from around the globe to discuss challenges of transparency in ocean governance
While illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing has been recognized as a global problem that threatens ocean ecosystems, sustainable fisheries and economic security, unregulated activity has received less attention.
Highly mobile fisheries present more possibilities for data-driven approach to inform regulation.
Novel research provides new tool to improve global fisheries oversight Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing accounts for up to $23.5 billion every year and is enabled by vessels frequently changing their name, flag State or owner. New research ,
A wave of ocean action shows opportunities for greater transparency toward marine governance 2022 dawned with even more uncertainty than most years. With COVID-19 lingering, it was unclear if the ocean conservation and fisheries management communities could hold the international
Latest release of online tool will help more people monitor and manage greater expanses of the seas In our brief but exciting history working to shed greater visibility on what’s happening on the ocean, we’ve learned that one must meet
Hotspots of Unseen Fishing Vessels Illuminate Areas of Concern for Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
New study provides first global dataset examining intentional disabling of automatic identification system devices across commercial fisheries The ocean is vast and ship crews rely on several tools to navigate it safely. One of these tools is the automatic identification
Committee on fisheries advances transshipment monitoring, vessel identification and tracking to fight illegal fishing International fisheries are managed through a patchwork of regulations, which present loopholes that are often exploited for financial gain, undermining collective good governance efforts. To help
Global Fishing Watch reinstates in-person training with partners to strengthen the use of technology in support of responsible ocean management Lack of available information on global and regional fishing activity is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to