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Clean Break in Jamaica: part 3/5
20/08/2014 - International report

Clean Break in Jamaica: part 3/5

For the third part in our series Clean Break in Jamaica, RFI reports on a project that enables disenfranchised people to earn money from ornamental fish rearing.

 

Mind your fingers! Piranhas are notoriously carnivorous
29/05/2014 - France

Piranha bites French fisherman in Vosges

A piranha has bitten a fisherman in the chilly mountainous region of the Vosges in eastern France.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 5/5
02/05/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 5/5

Illegal fishing in Ghana cost the West African country over 100 million euros last year.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 4/5
01/05/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 4/5

The West African nation of Liberia is endowed with vast natural resources. Among them: rubber, gold, diamond and timber.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 3/5
30/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 3/5

The waters off Jamaica are the most over-fished in the region according to a report by the Caribbean Community and Common Market.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 2/5
29/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 2/5

Local fishing boats and international fleets criss-cross Somalia’s three thousand-mile long Indian Ocean coastline in search of dozens of types of fish.
Tackling illegal fishing: part 1/5
28/04/2014 - International report

Tackling illegal fishing: part 1/5

Lake Victoria is Africa’s most productive freshwater fishery, with export earnings of over 180 million euros.
Marine protection zones fail to protect endangered species
10/03/2014 - World news explained

Marine protection zones fail to protect endangered species

A study published this month has found that fish numbers in marine parks increase on average eight times after they have been in place for at least a decade.
EU to ban deep sea trawling
30/09/2013 - World news explained

EU to ban deep sea trawling

The European Union is on the brink of a decision to ban deep-sea trawling. But the move faces strong opposition from Europe’s fishing industry.
Wild salmon
08/05/2013 - France - Sweden

French company admits importing potentially toxic salmon

A French importer has admitted to illegally importing more than 100 tonnes of Baltic salmon from Sweden, a practice banned under European law because the fish contain high levels of dioxin.

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