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Sustainability certification kudos for NZ tuna fishery
A New Zealand skipjack tuna purse seine fishery has received the kudos of being certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council. 23 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Sustainable fishmeal replacement trial successful
Shrimp fed Calysta’s FeedKind protein allegedly have equivalent or higher survival and growth than those on a standard diet. 23 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Film pushes the merits of fisheries training
Fishing into the Future has launched a new promotional film “Business of Fishing” which aims to push the merits of its fisheries training course. 22 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Research vessel goes green with restoration
A 30-year-old Finnish marine research vessel will undergo a renovation to make it more environmentally friendly. 22 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Delousing salmon the environmentally-friendly way
Salmon farmers could benefit from a new sea lice treatment to delouse fish without harming the environment. 21 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Pacific tuna IUU investigations launched
Investigations into four serious breaches of vessel fishing licenses have begun after a surveillance sweep in the Pacific tuna fishery. 21 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
World's first hybrid propulsion for aquaculture vessel
A hybrid propulsion system supported by batteries is believed to be the first built for a fish farming vessel. 18 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Students benefit from Sea Harvest bursary
More than thirty students in various fields of study, ranging from musical theatre to civil engineering, received a Sea Harvest Foundation bursary during a handover event in Saldanha where the company is based. 18 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Electric aquaculture vessel saves costs and emissions
A forward-thinking Norwegian aquaculture company has opted for battery technology for its vessels to save costs and preserve the environment. 17 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Lights below the surface
Using light to attract or repel fish looked to be an innovative strategy, until Dan Watson looked into it more closely as part of the development of the Pisces selectivity device. 17 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
MSC scholarships funding fisheries research in East Africa and Kenya
A Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) scholarship programme is supporting environmental improvement, supply chain management and fisheries management best practise research. 17 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
New top boss for WorldFish
WorldFish has appointed a new director general who will bring more than 25 years’ experience in natural resource management to the organisation. 16 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Feed barge order to boost Scottish salmon production
A Scottish salmon producer aims to boost business with three new 400t concrete feed barges and an offshore feeding system. 16 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Pelagic newbuild Grateful delivered to Fraserburgh owners
The new pelagic trawler Grateful has been completed by the Karstensens shipyard at Skagen, and delivered to owners Eshcol Fishing. 16 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Cryogenically preserved plankton feed reduces fish mortality
A plankton supplier is breaking new ground with its cryogenically preserved plankton feed which it says reduces mortality rates at fish farms. 15 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Energy efficient feed system help manage operations
Fish farm managers may be able to better manage the way they operate with a new energy efficient feed system. 15 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Sea Harvest acquires HB Grandi freezer trawler
HB Grandi has sold one of its freezer trawlers to a South African fish processor for a price of US$13.5 million. 14 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Northeastern tuna fishery MSC certification upheld
Confirmation of MSC Fisheries Standard certification for Northeastern Tropical Pacific purse seine yellowfin & skipjack tuna fishery has been made. 14 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Closing the power gap
Advances in fishing practices and technologies have improved the aquaculture industry overall, but many of those advances are still out of reach for fisheries that operate in power-challenged areas of the globe, report Trey Jarrard and Eric Domescik. 12 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture
Pacifical yellowfin tuna contains least pollutants
Pacifical yellowfin tuna has been found to contain lower levels of pollutants in their muscle tissues than any other yellowfin. 11 Aug 2017 - World Fishing & Aquaculture