Read a selection of English language media reports about our work.
Washington Post, February 2018: New maps show the utterly massive imprint of fishing on the world’s oceans
Forbes, February 2018: Global Fishing Watch And The Power Of Data To Understand Our Natural World
Reuters, February 2018: Chinese trawlers travel farthest and fish the most: study
BBC, February 2018: Fishing continued even after East China sea oil spill
National Geographic, March 2018: How Illegal Fishing is Being Tracked From Space
Bloomberg, April 2018: Google Is Indonesia’s New Weapon in War on Illegal Fishing
The Guardian, June 2018: The ‘dark fleet’: Global Fishing Watch shines a light on illegal catches
Mongabay News, June 2018: Bust of shark smugglers in Galápagos waters leads to breakthrough in global transshipment data
Wired, July 2018: In international waters, satellites detect signs of secret crimes
Scientific American, July 2018: Science Closes In on Big-Scale Fish Poachers in the “Wild Wet”
Inside Science, July 2018: Mapping Fishing Vessel Traffic
Mongabay, August 2018: Technological breakthroughs are changing how researchers observe the world’s fishing fleet
The Economist, September 2018: The fight against illicit fishing of the oceans is moving into space
World Economic Forum, January 2019: We have the tools to tackle illegal fishing. It’s time to use them
New York Times Investigative Reporter, Ian Urbina leads a discussion with Tiffany & Co. Foundation President, Anisa Kamadoli Costa and Global Fishing Watch CEO, Tony Long on how to ensure that key ocean ecosystems can survive and thrive despite the growing threats of climate change at the Bloomberg Vanity Fair Climate Exchange in December 2018.