ISSF-300x206“TBTI has recently launched its Information System on Small-scale Fisheries (ISSF), the first interactive global repository of small-scale fisheries, providing information on key characteristics of this sector in various locations around the world, as well as synthesized knowledge about their importance, contributions and potentials.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Visitar sistema de informação aqui.

Fonte: Too Big To Ignore – 15 de outubro de 2014

 

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/30

NOAA – FishNews October 22, 2014

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do NOAA Fisheries Service aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: NOAA – 22 de outubro de 2014

Despite overfishing, EU refusing to take action to recover Mediterranean swordfish

As EU Member State representatives meet in Brussels to discuss the EU position on management of highly migratory species such as bluefin tuna and swordfish, Oceana has unveiled a report by the European Commission that proves how the Italian fleet blatantly violates current international fisheries measures in force for Mediterranean swordfish[i].

[i] Oceana accessed the documents after an access to information request to DG MARE.”

Ver Comunicado de Imprensa aqui.

Fonte: Oceana – 29 de outubro de 2014

Ver artigo relacionado aqui.

Mais informações aqui.

 

unnamedunnamed (1)

Fecho da pesca da sardinha a partir das 23h59 do dia 19 Set. 2014 até às 24h00 do dia 31 de Dez. 2014

Espécie Cavala por lotas, tamanhos e graus de frescura – Semana de 20 a 24 de outubro de 2014

Espécie Carapau por lotas, tamanhos e graus de frescura – Semana de 20 a 24 de outubro de 2014

Mais informações aqui.

Fonte: Docapesca – 28 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/28

European Commission Proposes 2015 Fishing Limits

“The European Commission published proposed 2015 fishing limits Oct. 28. These total allowable catches, or TACs, are the levels set for fish allowed to be caught by European Union vessels in the Atlantic Ocean and adjacent waters, including those west of Scotland and Ireland, and the Irish, Celtic and North seas.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Pew Charitable Trusts –  28 de outubro de 2014

Ver comunicado de imprensa da Comissão Europeia aqui.

Ver proposta da Comissão Europeia aqui.

Mais informações aqui.

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/28

Ending Overfishing in Northwestern Europe #1

{af0a47b9-a962-48a7-a298-7ade105a04ad}_pew-logo2Pode consultar o último número da newsletter da campanha “Ending Overfishing in Northwestern Europe” da Pew Charitable Trusts aqui.

Pode aderir à campanha aqui.

Fonte: Pew Charitable Trusts – 21 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/28

DiCaprio donates $2m

carousel“The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has donated a $2m grant to Oceans 5, dedicated to stopping overfishing and establishing marine reserves in the world’s five oceans. The funds will support projects creating large protected areas in the Pacific Islands and the Arctic, while also improving fisheries enforcement in Europe, the United States and Central America. DiCaprio’s contribution also supported the protection of threatened shark populations, created a large marine monument in remote Pacific waters of the United States, and advanced efforts to protect Antarctica.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture – 21 de outubro de 2014

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/28

NOAA – FishNews October 15, 2014

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do NOAA Fisheries Service aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: NOAA – 15 de outubro de 2014

logo_en“The noise generated by commercial shipping can impair the ability of the critically endangered European eel to avoid predators, new research has found. The results show that marine noise can have serious effects on these animals with potentially fatal consequences.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Science for Environment Policy –  23 de outubro de 2014

 

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/27

Shark feeding may be affected by ocean acidification

logo_en“Ocean acidification may affect sharks’ sense of smell, causing them to avoid food, reports new research. In lab tests, the study found that sharks exhibited less feeding behaviour when they were kept in tanks of acidified seawater. These changes could pose a risk to the health of sharks, with knock-on effects for whole marine ecosystems.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Science for Environment Policy –  23 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/25

Mares de Sesimbra – nº 13 – 16 de outubro de 2014

maressesimbra_11Pode consultar o último número do Jornal Mares de Sesimbra aqui.

Subscrever ou consultar edições anteriores aqui.

Fonte: Mares de Sesimbra – 16 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/23

EC adopts discard plans

carouselThe European Commission has adopted a series of discard plans to prepare for the discard ban to come into operation on 1 January 2015.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture – 22 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/23

Study of antibiotics in aquaculture

A recente research project on the use of antibiotics in aquaculture has looked at the presence of antibiotics in a number of species across 11 countries.

PhD candidate, Hansa Done, and Rolf Halden, PhD, from Arizona State University, studied shrimp, salmon, catfish, trout, tilapia and swai, and found the presence of five antibiotics of 47 evaluated.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Fish Update – 22 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/23

Compromisso para o Crescimento Verde em Portugal e o Mar

ccv-marO Compromisso para o Crescimento Verde assenta no fomento de um crescimento económico verde com impacto nacional e visibilidade internacional, com o objectivo de estimular as actividades económicas verdes e promover a eficiência no uso dos recursos, contribuindo assim para uma economia sustentável.

Nesta sessão de discussão pública, promovida pela Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian –Iniciativa Oceanos, irá ser apresentado e discutido publicamente este compromisso, com enfoque no mar.

Hora e local: 27 de Outubro, 2014 09:00/12:30 Auditório 3, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa.

Ler o programa e fazer a inscrição aqui.

Fonte: Crescimento Verde – 27 de outubro de 2014

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/22

Reunião anual do ICCAT

Os Ministros irão trocar diferentes pontos de vista durante a reunião extraordinária da Comissão Internacional para a Conservação dos Tunídeos do Atlântico (ICCAT ), num encontro que se realiza entre dia 10 e 17 de novembro de 2014 em Génova (Itália), uma oportunidade ao nível do Conselho de fornecer orientações para a preparação das posições da UE.

Mais acerca do evento: aqui
Fonte: iccat.int – 22 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/22

EU, Norway Exchange Views on Annual Consultations for 2015

28_shrimpsized

EU – The Council held an exchange of views on the annual consultations between the EU and Norway under their bilateral fisheries agreement.

The first round of consultations will take place from 17 to 21 November in Bergen (Norway) and the second round from 1 to 5 December in Clonakilty (Ireland).

Most of the delegations recognised the usefulness of this agreement with Norway but would favour a cautious approach from the EU as regards TACs and other associated measures for the main jointly managed joint stocks in the North Sea.

They would also recommend a cautious approach for other stocks that it might be worthwhile to identify and use for the reciprocal exchange of quotas.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: thefishsite.com – 22 de outubro de 2014

Fonte: Docapesca – 20 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/21

Small Pelagics: SFP Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2014

imgres“This briefing represents the fifth edition of the SFP global sustainability overview of a subset of Pacific and Atlantic small pelagic fish stocks used for fishmeal, fish oil, and human consumption; the document covers the most recent assessment period for which comparable data is available as of March 2014.”

Ver publicação completa aqui e aqui.

Fonte: Sustainable Fisheries Partnership – 17 de junho de 2014

Ver publicações relacionadas aqui.

mussel fishery Denmark_1_125x0“In a joint position paper with a wide coalition of environmental NGOs, Seas At Risk has proposed a number of priorities to ensure that European aquaculture develops in an environmentally responsible manner. This is the first time environmental NGOs have presented such a vision on aquaculture.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Consultar documento aqui.

Fonte: Seas at Risk – 12 de setembro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/21

Quintas do Mar: Programa Outubro-Dezembro de 2014

unnamed

Mais informações aqui.

Fonte: Centro de Oceanografia

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/21

NOAA – FishNews October 8, 2014

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do NOAA Fisheries Service aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: NOAA – 8 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/20

Regional plans adopted as landing obligation nears

logo_en“The European Commission has today adopted a series of discard plans as it gears up for the introduction of an obligation to land all catches on 1 January 2015.

Discarding, the practice of returning unwanted fish back into the sea, is banned by the new Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) which stipulates that fishermen will instead have to land everything that they catch. The five discard plans adopted today contain some practical rules, as well as a limited number of exemptions, to help fishermen implement the new rules.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte:  European Commission – 20 de outubro de 2014

Consultar planos específicos em matéria de devoluções de aqui.

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/20

Otters dying early because of poisoned seas

1888336063“Scottish otters are only living a third of the lifespan of those on mainland Europe because of poisoned seas, a leading expert on the species has warned.

Zoologist Dr Paul Yoxon said chemicals in everyday products are accumulating in fish and shellfish on which the mammals feed, weakening their immune systems.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: The Scotsman – 13 outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/16

Capture the Zero Hunger Challenge in 30 to 60 seconds

UNEXPO_SFM_PIC01_v3Have you ever thought about producing a video on food, nutrition, sustainability or hunger? Whether you’re a food buff, a student, an activist, movie geek or professional filmmaker, we have just the thing for you. Short Food Movie is a global open call for videos inspired by the theme for Expo Milano 2015, “Feeding the Planet. Energy for Life.”

Ler mais informações aqui.

Fonte: FAO – 15 de outubro de 2014

 

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/16

Expert highlights role of fish in food security

Fish, which is the cheapest source of protein, can be a solution for eradicating hunger and malnutrition, according to Shivakumar Magada, professor at the Mangalore-based College of Fisheries.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: The Hindu Business Line– 15 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/16

Sri Lanka given a red card

carouselThe European Commission has proposed to ban imports of fisheries products from Sri Lanka to tackle the commercial benefits stemming from illegal fishing.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture – 14 de outubro de 2014

Fonte: Docapesca – 14 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/15

Study about Atlantic bluefin tuna use electronic tags

dashboard_cropped_432028

“On the Med Tuna Trail” is the first ever study that has succeeded in gathering extensive information on the possible migration paths of Atlantic bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean Sea, using electronic tags.

Since July 2008 bluefin tuna tagging expeditions have been conducted each summer across the Mediterranean.

Fonte: http://mediterranean.panda.org – 15 de outubro de 2014

Siga o atum aqui

Saiba mais acerca deste projecto aqui

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/15

Eye in the sky to net illegal fishermen

18-SATELLITE_1101529a

BRITAIN is to build the first satellite system designed to tackle illegal fishing by tracking the fishing vessels back to port so that law enforcement agencies can be tipped off.

The system will use current satellite networks linked to powerful software that can track tens of thousands of vessels at once all over the world. It will follow their movements, spot when and where they are fishing and then check if they have a right to be there.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk – 15 de outubro de 2014

 

“Baltic Sea, as the first region to implement the rationalized requirements of the new CFP, has by many been considered as a role model for the implementation of the Common Fisheries Policy. Yesterday, these expectations were sadly not fulfilled when the Council decided for fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2015.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: The Fisheries Secretariat – 14 de outubro de 2014

Ver comunicado da Oceana sobre este assunto aqui.

Ver comunicado da Comissária Maria Damanaki sobre este assunto aqui.

 

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/14

EU set to relax fishing limits because of Russia food ban

“EU ministers will on Monday debate whether European fishermen can extend their quota limits next year to compensate for the loss of Russian customers following Moscow’s ban on Western food imports.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Reuters – 10 de outubro de 2014

Ver artigo relacionado aqui.

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/14

eMar – n.º 42 – outubro de 2014

femnews_marcafPode consultar o último número da newsletter do FEEM aqui.

Subscrever aqui.

Consultar edições anteriores aqui.

Fonte: FEEM – 2 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/14

NOAA – FishNews October 1, 2014

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do NOAA Fisheries Service aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: NOAA – 1 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/13

Three months to phase-out overfishing

“As usual for this time of year, EU fisheries ministers are about to start haggling over fishing limits. Starting next week, the Fisheries Council will be deciding on the total allowable catches for most fish stocks in European waters for 2015/2016. This year’s decisions will be more important than ever before.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: FishSec –  10 de outubro de 2014

logo_en“Levels of aquaculture pesticides exceed UK environmental quality standards (EQSs) in samples taken from near Norwegian fish farms, a recent study has shown. The researchers examined five pesticides used to kill sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) and showed that in many cases their concentrations exceeded UK EQSs. They used UK standards, they explain, because there are currently no Norwegian EQSs for these chemicals, and call for international quality standards to be drawn up.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Science for Environment Policy –  9 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/10

MPA costs cut through international collaboration

logo_en“The cost of a Mediterranean marine protected area (MPA) network could be cut by over two thirds if countries surrounding the Sea collaborate in its creation. This is the conclusion of a study that explored how the Convention on Biological Diversity’s goals to protect wildlife through MPAs could be met cost-efficiently.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Science for Environment Policy –  9 de outubro de 2014

“O Presidente da Cooperativa de Pescadores da Ribeira Quente, Gualberto Rita, apresentou a proposta, que o Governo Regional tenciona apoiar, “estudando todas as formas possíveis desta área marinha protegida se tornar num polo para o desenvolvimento local”.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: GACS – 6 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/10

Adrift Away

“Our oceans make up 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface and are in constant motion. Driven by the sun and the wind our oceans develop mighty currents and eddies, some of which can take centuries to loop through all of our planet’s ocean basins.”

Aceder ao site aqui.

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/09

Greenpeace protests against ‘illegal’ vessel

carousel (1)Greenpeace is accusing the Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) of failing to regulate the illegal activity of its distant water fleet.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture –  7 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/09

GOAL 2014: Small-scale producers play a big role

GOAL 2014_updateA panel discussion at the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA), the keynote speaker at the organization’s GOAL 2014 conference on Thursday in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, dealt with a huge issue: how to get small-scale producers engaged with sustainability efforts.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Seafood Source –  9 de outubro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/09

Multiannual fisheries management proposal

carouselThe European Commission (EC) has proposed multiannual fisheries management for the Baltic Sea in order to help increase predictability for fishermen and ensure high and sustainable catches.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture –  7 de outubro de 2014

Valdivia Coastal Reserve, Valdivia, Chile: Juvenal Trivi os, President Sindicato de Pescadores de Chaihu n

Today, Chile is a global example for good near-shore fisheries management. The emblematic Chilean abalone, and other important seafood, like mussels, limpets, and sea urchins live in the rocky and sandy bottoms along the Chilean coast and support the livelihoods of 50,000 artisanal fishermen and their families as a primary source of income.

But, as recently as the 1980s, Chile’s artisanal fisheries were plagued by poor management. Fishers would move up and down the coast from one port to the next following natural resource blooms. The once abundant and valuable Chilean abalone was overfished, leaving an overexploited fishery that was shut down.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: nationalgeographic –  8 de outubro de 2014

Michel Gunther / WWF-Canon

Michel Gunther / WWF-Canon

After ICCAT’s Scientific Committee (SCRS) gathered in the last days in Madrid to assess the situation of the bluefin tuna in the East Atlantic and the Mediterranean, WWF calls for cautious optimism and continued guarantees to ensure the full recovery of the species’ population.
“In spite of the high uncertainties surrounding the assessment, one thing appears clear today: the stock is no longer at risk of collapse, and this is a direct result of the current recovery plan. However, strong concerns remain, particularly regarding the traceability of the fish,” said Dr Sergi Tudela, Head of Fisheries at WWF Mediterranean.

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: mediterranean.panda.org –  8 de outubro de 2014

transferir (3)No dia em que se comemoram 16 anos da criação do Parque Marinho e no momento em que decorre a avaliação da implementação do POPNA, inserido no processo de revisão deste, são objetivos deste seminário:

  • Promover o envolvimento de todos os utilizadores do Parque Natural no acompanhamento do processo de revisão do POPNA;
  • Identificar e sistematizar a informação, que tem sido disponibilizada pelos numerosos trabalhos de investigação, nas mais diversas áreas do conhecimento;
  • Compreender a evolução do território do PNA, dos seus valores naturais e económicos, enquadrada na região onde se insere;
  • Contribuir para que toda a informação existente possa ser ponderada por todos os intervenientes na revisão do POPNA.

Ver pormenores do evento aqui

Consultar o programa aqui

Fonte: ICNF – Instituto da Conservação da Natureza e Florestas

“The European Commission on Oct. 3 published its proposal for fishing limits, known as Total Allowable Catches (TACs), for deep-sea fish stocks caught in 2015-2016 by European Union vessels. Deep-sea fish species such as orange roughy, roundnose grenadier, blue ling, mirror dory and silver dory, are particularly vulnerable to overfishing because they generally live longer, grow slower, mature later, and spawn fewer young than many other fish species. In addition, a number of deep-sea fish stocks in the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean have already been significantly depleted.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Pew Environment Group –  3 de outubro de 2014

Ver comunicado de imprensa da Comissão Europeia aqui.

ImageHandler“Encontra-se aberto concurso para a atribuição de uma Bolsa de Gestão de Ciência e Tecnologia no âmbito do Projeto “Greening European Fisheries Policy Phase II”, parceria entre o ISPA e a Liga para a Protecção da Natureza – LPN, com a referência BGCT/LPN-ISPA/2014, financiado pela Oak Foundation e gerido pela Seas at Risk.

Área Científica: Ciências do Mar

Requisitos de admissão:
i) Mestrado em Biologia Marinha ou área afim;
ii) Conhecimento do panorama das pescas e ecossistemas marinhos em Portugal;
iii) Excelente capacidade de comunicação oral em português e inglês;
iv) Excelente capacidade analítica e de intervenção em contexto negocial.
v) Disponibilidade para deslocações frequentes no país e no estrangeiro;
vi) Disponibilidade imediata para iniciar a bolsa.

Estes aspetos devem vir referidos na carta de motivação.

Plano de trabalhos: Assegurar a participação cientificamente informada e ativa em fóruns de discussão e conselhos consultivos relacionados com os ecossistemas marinhos, nomeadamente no Conselho Consultivo Regional para as águas ocidentais austrais criado no âmbito da Política Comum de Pescas; Avaliar cientificamente a documentação apreciada nos fóruns em que participa e proceder a uma análise científica do estado da arte sobre as temáticas em apreciação, propondo soluções cientificamente suportadas e discutindo de forma crítica as medidas existentes bem como as eventuais propostas de alteração. Elaborar relatórios científicos, financeiros e de progresso, em conjunto com os serviços de apoio das instituições com as quais o bolseiro irá interagir.”

Mais informações aqui e aqui.

Fonte: LPN

Fonte: Docapesca – 6 de outubro de 2014

hgfh.png“Modern resource management faces trade-offs in the provision of various ecosystem goods and services to humanity. For fisheries management to develop into an ecosystem-based approach, the goal is not only to maximize economic profits, but to consider equally important conservation and social equity goals. We introduce such a triple-bottom line approach to the management of multi-species fisheries using the Baltic Sea as a case study. We apply a coupled ecological-economic optimization model to address the actual fisheries management challenge of trading-off the recovery of collapsed cod stocks versus the health of ecologically important forage fish populations. Management strategies based on profit maximization would rebuild the cod stock to high levels but may cause the risk of stock collapse for forage species with low market value, such as Baltic sprat (Fig. 1A). Economically efficient conservation efforts to protect sprat would be borne almost exclusively by the forage fishery as sprat fishing effort and profits would strongly be reduced. Unless compensation is paid, this would challenge equity between fishing sectors (Fig. 1B). Optimizing equity while respecting sprat biomass precautionary levels would reduce potential profits of the overall Baltic fishery, but may offer an acceptable balance between overall profits, species conservation and social equity (Fig. 1C). Our case study shows a practical example of how an ecosystem-based fisheries management will be able to offer society options to solve common conflicts between different resource uses. Adding equity considerations to the traditional trade-off between economy and ecology will greatly enhance credibility and hence compliance to management decisions, a further footstep towards healthy fish stocks and sustainable fisheries in the world ocean.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: PLOS ONE – 30 de setembro de 2014

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2014/10/07

Cord-grown mussels gain ground in France

mussels_318x203 (1)“There is no doubt that the French love mussels. They can be found on sale everywhere, from supermarket counters to fishmongers, high end restaurants to small cafes. The French also know a thing or two about these molluscs, and are discerning about the type they prefer, understanding regional difference in terms of production method, species, size, texture and taste. Both Mytilus galloprovincialis and Mytilus edulis are grown and enjoyed in France.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Seafoodsource.com – 1 de outubro de 2014

logo_en“A free tool to help coastal managers plan sustainable coastal development is now available online. The decision support system provides up-to-date information and data on subjects such as populations and land use, to support integrated management of coastal areas in the North Sea region affected by climate change, both now and in the future.”

Ver artigo completo aqui.

Fonte: Science for Environment Policy – 2 de outubro de 2014

Older Posts »

Categorias

Seguir

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Junte-se a 1.153 outros seguidores

%d bloggers like this: