About P120 million have been allocated by the People’s Survival Fund (PSF) Board to support two climate change adaptation projects in Mindanao.

Hundreds of Vietnamese fishermen traveled to a small provincial court on Monday to sue one of the country's biggest investors for compensation over an accident at its $10.6-billion steel plant, act

Dock workers use cranes to off-load frozen tuna from a Chinese-owned cargo vessel at the General Santos Fish Port, in the Philippines.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of The Popular Pisciculture Association, Manipur Vs. State of Manipur & Others dated 25/07/2016 regarding "development works" in Lamphelpat wetland, Manipur and displacement of people dependent for their livelihood on pisciculture, cultivation of rice and for cultivation of aquatic edible plants. Tribunal directs Government of Manipur to come up with a package for rehabilitating the people who were dependent on the wetland.

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Global per capita fish consumption has risen to above 20 kilograms a year for the first time, thanks to stronger aquaculture supply and firm demand, record hauls for some key species and reduced wastage, according to a new FAO report published.

West Africa nations must crack down on foreign fleets fishing illegally off its Atlantic coastline and build up their fisheries to protect the livelihoods of millions of people, a leading thinktank

The document provides an overview of the situation that small-scale fishers in developing countries face in terms of: financial and economic performance of fishery enterprises; vulnerabilities and poverty; adaptations to a changing environment including, climate variability and change; and access to technology, infrastructure, financial services

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Popular Pisciculture Association Manipur Vs State of Manipur & Others dated 23/05/2016 regarding construction activity going on in Lamphelpat wetland in the State of Manipur.

A U.S. federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Indian fishermen and farmers who sued the World Bank over a loan for a power plant they claimed ravaged the environment.

The Ganges River dolphin (Platanista gangetica gangetica) (GRD) is classified as one of the most endangered of all cetaceans in the world and the second scarcest freshwater cetacean. The population is estimated to be less than 2,000 individuals. In Nepal’s Narayani, Sapta Koshi, and Karnali river systems, survival of GRD continues to be threatened by various anthropogenic activities, such as dam construction and interactions with artisanal fisheries.

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