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Peruvian Fisheries Experience Massive Decline in Activity from COVID-19

One of world's biggest fishing nations faces economic setbacks, turns to artisanal fleet for food security This is the second blog in a series on the effects of COVID-19 on global fishing activity. Read our initial analysis of changes in global fishing activity during the pandemic here. According to the Global Fishing Watch database, [...]

By | 2020-06-15T10:11:48-04:00 June 12th, 2020|Fisheries, News & Views, Policy & Compliance|

Life Below Water: Transparency and Innovation will Help Build Ocean Resilience

Meaningful ocean action is needed to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 14, says United Nations Ambassador https://youtu.be/vBJJoYwcv6s Ambassador Peter Thomson, United Nations Secretary General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean, addresses the importance of transparency and technology to achieve SDG-14. The world is at a standstill. Over the last few months, COVID-19 has challenged health systems, [...]

By | 2020-06-08T16:36:39-04:00 June 8th, 2020|News & Views, Policy & Compliance|

AIS ship tracking data shows false vessel tracks circling above Point Reyes, near San Francisco

Analysis from SkyTruth and Global Fishing Watch shows ship tracks jumping thousands of miles from their true locations.  Bjorn Bergman works with SkyTruth and with the Global Fishing Watch research team to track vessels broadcasting false automatic identification system (AIS) locations and to investigate new sources of satellite data for vessel tracking and for [...]

By | 2020-05-26T16:37:17-04:00 May 26th, 2020|Data and technology, Data blog|

Life Below Water: Prioritizing safe and decent working conditions for fishers and fisheries observers

Two months ago, the death of fisheries observer Eritara Aati Kaierua was reported in Pacific waters, leading to an ongoing murder investigation. For many people, the idea of a murder taking place on board a confined fishing vessel out at sea seems inconceivable, but for those that know the fisheries sector well, it is [...]

By | 2020-05-06T12:58:09-04:00 May 6th, 2020|Fisheries, News & Views, Policy & Compliance|

Fisheries Management in the Face of Climate Change

Elena Ojea, senior researcher, University of Vigo Elena Ojea is a senior researcher at the University of Vigo where she founded the Future Oceans Lab, a Vigo-based research group on marine systems and climate change. Dr. Ojea holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental Sciences and a PhD in Economics, and was a [...]

By | 2020-04-22T09:01:31-04:00 April 21st, 2020|Partner, Research and analysis|

Life Below Water: Ensuring sustainable consumption and production of seafood

Large scale, commercial fishing activity has often historically taken place out of sight - fishing grounds far from shore make them difficult and costly to monitor, jurisdiction considerations impede governance and a patchwork of regulations have not kept pace with advances in fishing technologies. As our global seafood consumption has increased, so has the [...]

By | 2020-04-21T12:26:27-04:00 April 21st, 2020|Fisheries, News & Views, Policy & Compliance|

A conversation with NOAA researchers Heather Welch and Dr. Elliott Hazen

A key goal of Global Fishing Watch is to partner with leading researchers who can help us better understand, apply, and expand the usefulness of our data for fisheries transparency. To date, we have partnered with over 12 academic institutions, as well as several government fisheries research agencies, such as Japan’s Fisheries Research Agency. [...]

By | 2020-03-25T13:41:30-04:00 March 25th, 2020|Partner|

New data download portal

Global Fishing Watch is excited to announce the launch of our data download portal, a new system for accessing our data. This platform is designed to provide a more streamlined, flexible, and customizable approach to downloading our data, with the goal of facilitating more frequent data updates moving forward. The portal will be used [...]

By | 2020-03-25T12:10:56-04:00 March 25th, 2020|Data blog|

Towards a radar-illuminated ocean

At Global Fishing Watch, we use cutting-edge technology to visualize, track and share data about global fishing activity in near real-time and for free. Our primary dataset comes from data about a vessel’s identity, type, location, speed, direction and more that is broadcast using the Automatic Identification System (AIS) and collected via satellites and [...]

By | 2020-03-23T08:24:41-04:00 March 18th, 2020|Data and technology, Data blog, News & Views, Research and analysis|

Mendeteksi Aktivitas Perikanan Gelap di Laut Natuna Utara

Pada tanggal 1 Maret 2020, otoritas penegakan hukum Indonesia menangkap lima kapal ikan Vietnam yang menangkap ikan secara ilegal di Laut Natuna Utara di sebelah barat daya Kepulauan Natuna yang berbatasan dengan Laut Cina Selatan. Keberhasilan operasi yang dilakukan oleh armada kapal-kapal patroli milik Direktorat Jenderal Pengawasan Sumber Daya Kelautan dan Perikanan (PSDKP), Kementerian [...]

By | 2020-03-13T19:59:16-04:00 March 13th, 2020|translation, transparansi|

Shedding a light on intruders at sea

Dyhia is a Principal Investigator of Fisheries at Ecotrust Canada. The social, economic, and human toll of illegal fishing Illegal fishing drains fish resources from the waters of both poor and rich countries. Over $23 billion US are lost every year to illegal fishing. It is estimated that one in every four [...]

By | 2020-03-11T12:12:56-04:00 March 11th, 2020|Partner, Research and analysis|

Life Below Water: Sustainable fisheries and gender equality

Ghanaian woman works on a fish market in Ghana. Anton_Ivanov / Shutterstock.com In West Africa, fishing, fish processing and fish selling are all part of life for many women. Roughly 6.7 million people directly depend on fisheries in the region, which have a landed value of 3.5 billion USD per year. Across [...]

By | 2020-03-05T11:41:55-05:00 March 8th, 2020|News & Views, Policy & Compliance, VMS transparency|

Life Below Water: Improving fisheries transparency to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) set ambitious targets to address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, hunger, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation and decent work. SDG 14; Life Below Water, will be in the spotlight throughout 2020 as States come together at multiple international meetings to create [...]

By | 2020-03-02T16:38:57-05:00 February 25th, 2020|News & Views, Policy & Compliance, VMS transparency|

Di garis depan melawan penangkapan ikan ilegal di lautan terbesar di dunia

Data Global Fishing Watch mendukung patroli Penjaga Pantai Amerika Serikat (USCG) di Samudra Pasifik. Selama patroli tahun 2019, pengecekan ke atas kapal meningkat tiga kali lipat, sedangkan identifikasi pelanggaran meningkat delapan kali lipat dibandingkan tahun sebelumnya. Dari 24 tahun perjalanan kariernya, Kapten Adam Morrison mengantongi 12 tahun pengalaman patroli laut di berbagai belahan dunia [...]

By | 2020-02-06T17:58:54-05:00 February 6th, 2020|translation, transparansi|

The Rewards of Large-Scale Marine Protection

Juan Carlos is a PhD Student at UC Santa Barbara where he combines economics, technology, and data science to study marine conservation. To conserve or not to conserve Protecting large portions of our oceans from extractive activities can provide enormous benefits to society: food provisioning, carbon storage and sequestration, tourism, storm attenuation [...]

By | 2020-02-13T17:51:19-05:00 February 5th, 2020|Fisheries, Partner, Research and analysis|
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