AI Offers Hope to Albatrosses threatened by Longline Fishing Fleets
Satellite Radar Imagery Helps Reveal the True Scale of Hidden Fishing
Latin American nation joins growing movement in support of better ocean governance
With support from fishing industry, Papua New Guinea shares its tuna vessel monitoring data on the Global Fishing Watch map
Nearly 200 Iranian and Pakistani vessels found fishing with banned drift nets in the Arabian Sea
One of the world’s leading seafood exporters will help facilitate greater ocean governance
A partnership with Panama sheds light on the activities of one of the largest international fishing fleets, helping combat illegal fishing
Costa Rica joins a growing movement of Latin American countries committed to fisheries transparency
Groundbreaking research shows that more than half the ocean is affected by industrial fishing.
Effective monitoring of Southeast Pacific squid fishery can help safeguard biodiversity
Global Fishing Watch supports fisheries patrol to track illegal fishing in the Gulf of Guinea.
By revealing the movements of more than 1,500 industrial fishing boats, Brazil seeks to bolster compliance//management of fish stocks
Belize shares vessel monitoring data to tackle illegal fishing
We partnered with Peru—the world’s second largest fishing nation—to make its fisheries transparent