New licences threaten Senegal fisheries

Senegal’s fishing industry is at risk from ‘shady’ foreign investors, says the EJF Photo: EJF

Demand for licences from industrial fishing vessels, some with records of illegal fishing, will threaten Senegalese fisheries, food security and livelihoods, says the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF).

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