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Ghost Fishing Gear

The session began this afternoon with introductory remarks from the Deputy Permanent Representative of Sweden, Ambassador Per Thoresson, and H.E Ambassador Mahe Uli’ Uli Sandhurst Tupouniu, Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Tonga, both highlighting the necessity to protect global marine resources for sustainable development and finding  the role of governments to achieve SDG 14. 389 more words


Thom Hartmann on Science & Green News: April 4, 2016

Thom Hartmann covers the weekly science and green news. The 4/4/16 topics include:


Lobsternomics 101

The Chiffrephile Consulting Chiffreblog for February 25th, 2016

Lobster prices have fallen to Depression-era levels in recent years. Why are some restaurants still selling bogus lobster dishes when the real thing is a relative bargain? 689 more words


Turning data into decisions for environmental protection

People have the power to improve our ocean resources. Understanding the current health of these resources and the needs of those who use them is the first step toward making decisions that protect them for the future. 540 more words


WRlibrarian reblogged this on wralibtt and commented:

A perfect example to show that data is very important to alleviating environmental impacts, which was discussed as a possibility in a previous post. In this instance, data is looked at in terms of  marine resources and coastal management.

Fisheries Scientist (3 Year Contractual Position)

The Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research (CFER) (www.mi.mun.ca/cfer) within the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University is focused on fisheries science and the marine ecosystems of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. 221 more words

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