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PW Podcast: New Future for Tilapia Farmers
A local tilapia fish farmer is inspiring change in Fiji. With some investment and a little training, the farm has become a model operation, showing the way for others to see success in tilapia farming. Listen:
20 Pacific Islands meet to develop an action plan for coastal fisheries and aquaculture
Over sixty technical Fisheries and Aquaculture Officers from 20 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) met this week in Noumea to discuss ways to continue developing the growing aquaculture sector and to address crucial coastal fisheries issues…
SPC innovation: ReefLex, a regional online database on coastal fisheries and aquaculture law and policy
Ground-breaking science at the 15th meeting of the WCPFC Scientific Committee
Representatives from countries across and beyond the Pacific met this August in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia for the 15th Regular Session of the Scientific Committee (SC) of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC). At this…
Fisheries Newsletter #159
Help us to find out how tuna age and how fast they grow and win USD 100!
An albacore tuna is injected with strontium chloride, and will be tagged with a white mark. (image: Ashley Williams)
Management Options Consultations (MOC)
Event organised at FFA Headquarters.
ReefLex: A web app on coastal fisheries and aquaculture legislation
ReefLex web app home page A test version of the ReefLex (Pacific Law & Policy Database on Coastal Fisheries & Aquaculture) web ap went live early 2019 as part of the Pacific Community (SPC)-implemented Coastal Fisheries Governance Project funded…
Vanuatu National Roadmap for Coastal Fisheries: 2019–2030
To keep our fisheries sustainable, respect rules and regulations
Why are there areas where we can't go fishing? Why do we have size limits for certain fish or invertebrate species? Why do we ban certain types of fishing? These are some of the questions raised in this series of simple and educational posters…