Draft Commonwealth fisheries resource sharing framework is open for public consultation until 22 September 2020.
Populations of widely consumed fish and invertebrates are experiencing strong declines all around the world, according to new research from The University of Western Australia.
Spawning fish and embryos are far more vulnerable to Earth’s warming waters than fish in other life stages, according to a new study, which uniquely relates fish physiological tolerance to temperature across the lifecycles of nearly 700 fish species. The results reveal a critical bottleneck…
A five-year, $50-million Global Environment Facility (GEF)-funded program rolled out by FAO and partners has made remarkable progress in protecting international waters’ biodiversity by rendering fishing in these waters less harmful to several marine species, including sea turtles and tuna.
‘No-take’ marine reserves – where fishing is banned – can reverse the decline in the world’s coral reef shark populations caused by overfishing, according to an Australian study.