Side Event PONG-Pesca - Cartaz

Mais informações sobre a presença da PONG-Pesca no Blue Business Forum aqui.

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A PONG-Pesca irá participar no Blue Business Forum, evento inserido na Blue Week, que irá decorrer na próxima semana, na FIL.

Consultem a página oficial do evento para mais informações:

Teremos um stand permanente, em local a definir, onde poderão obter informações e ver apresentações  sobre a Plataforma e as 8 ONG que a constituem.

A entrada é livre. Apareçam!!!

Para além disso, iremos organizar um evento:

Side Event PONG-Pesca - Cartaz

Será uma tertúlia de uma hora, onde 5 oradores irão tentar responder à pergunta “Pode o Crescimento Azul ser igualmente Verde” e discutir o papel das ONG de ambiente no Crescimento Azul. O debate será aberto à assistência.

Ver programação do Espaço Gulbenkian Oceanos aqui.

(Este artigo será atualizado à medida que tivermos mais informações)

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/29

IPNLF Annual Report 2014-2015 Released

unnamed (1)“We are pleased to announce the release of our second Annual Report, detailing our international work over the last twelve months. This document records a number of great successes over the last year, including – an increase in IPNLF members from 19 to 27, a continued rise in funding support, the production of four Technical Reports and our first IPNLF educational Voyage.”

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Fonte: IPNLF

0521berbendera-Malaysia-diledakkan-di-Perairan-Belawan-karena-melakukan-pencurian-ikan-diwilayah-laut-Indonesia-Ayat-S-Karokaro“The Indonesian Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry redefined fireworks yesterday. In coordination with the national navy, it blew up 41 illegal foreign fishing vessels to commemorate National Resurgence Day, the birthday of the country’s first native political party.”

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Fonte: – 21 de maio de 2015

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Fonte: Docapesca – 26 de maio de 2015


MEAM Issues in Vol. 8, No. 4:

• Retrospective: Experts see progress on EBM but warn of risk of “all planning but little action”
• Tundi’s Take | EBM: Time to stop talking and start doing
• Making MSP happen: Practitioners talk realizations and resources
• Notes & news: Canada – Blue Halo – Seychelles – SIDS – US – Blue economy – Ocean valuation – Ocean Health Index – Climate change – MSP impacts – Asia and Caribbean – Tradeoffs in values – Myths of EBFM – Good Environmental Status – MSP concierge
• Notes & news: Ocean governance and industry – Ocean carbon storage – Fishers’ views of climate change – Ocean extinction event – EBM approaches
• Letter to the editor: Turning science into polic.

Ler aqui.

Ver números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: MEAM

“In the long-standing dispute about the Parliament’s powers as co-legislator in the domain of fisheries policy, the Advocate General of the Court of Justice (ECJ) on Thursday supported the Parliament’s plea that the Council was wrong in splitting the proposal for a multiannual cod plan and adopting part of it single-handedly in December 2012, side-lining the Parliament. The contested regulation “was adopted on the wrong legal basis”, he writes, concluding that the law should be annulled.”

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Fonte – Comissão das Pescas do Parlamento Europeu

Vol 119 - GRP smallWomen participate in all segments of the seafood industry, including fishing, farming, trading and selling, monitoring and administration. But the widespread lack of consideration for their role and work in the seafood industry is, in many respects, disadvantageous to them and ultimately bars them from participating fully and equitably in the industry.

The primary aim of this report is to increase awareness of business leaders and policy makers, to expand their knowledge and sensitization about the value women bring to the seafood industry, and to encourage them to consider each time they develop a new project or a policy: “Have we not overlooked women?

Author: Marie Christine Monfort

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“The main Bluefin Tuna fishing season runs from 26 May to 24 June; this is when large vessels, purse seiners, are allowed to fish for Bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean and the Eastern Atlantic. This year, for the first time since the establishment of the Bluefin tuna recovery plan in 2006, there is a marked increase in the quota that the European Union is allowed to fish (over 9,372 tonnes). This is due to the progressive recovery of the stock, as demonstrated by scientific evidence, which led to an increase of 20% of the overall quota for Bluefin tuna. European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, said: “Bluefin tuna, an emblematic stock nearing collapse, is back to life. For the first time in almost a decade, our fishermen can benefit with an increased quota. Sustainability and good management pay off. We must continue on this route.”

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Fonte: – 26 de maio 2015

ng4252357“A Guardia Civil de Espanha anunciou a apreensão, em Vigo, de 59 toneladas de tubarão com as barbatanas cortadas pescado por um barco com bandeira portuguesa, prática proibida pela UE.”

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Fonte: DN – 20 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/26

FARNET – Todas as publicações em Português

“É com grande prazer que apresentamos esta compilação das principais publicações disponíveis em Português no site Este documento incorpora as boas práticas, guias e revistas desenvolvidas pela FARNET durante o período 2007-2013.”

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Blue Manifesto_125x0“Seas At Risk and a number of other marine environmental NGOs have today published a list of key asks from the Commission for Europe’s seas.

The Blue Manifesto was presented to Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella. It represents the culmination of a number of months’ work by Seas At Risk and the other NGOs to ensure that the European marine environment get the attention it requires in the 2014-19 European Commission’s policy agenda.”

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Consultar manifesto aqui.

Fonte: Seas at Risk – 17 de abril de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/25

Mysterious giant sharks may be everywhere

index“They can be as big as great white sharks, but that’s about as far as the comparison goes. Their maximum speed is a lethargic 1.7 miles per hour, many are almost blind, and they are happy to eat rotting carcasses. They may be common throughout the ocean, but you’ve probably never heard of them. Meet the Greenland shark.”

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Fonte: BBC

Bass farm Turkey 318x203“Despite a broad diversity of finfish and shellfish species production, almost all of which is consumed in the EU, the bloc’s aquaculture industry has long struggled to ramp up its overall harvest. According to the latest European Commission figures, 24 percent of EU seafood consumption is farmed product. In terms of per capita consumption, this equates to 5.54 kilograms (kg). Yet just 43 percent of the aquaculture products consumed in the EU are produced by its member states.”

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Fonte: – 18 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/25


transferirA Conferência Internacional sobre CHALLENGES IN THE NEW OCEAN ORDER: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE, decorrerá no dia 4 de Junho de 2015, durante a Blue Week 2015, na Feira Internacional de Lisboa (Parque das Nações), no Auditório 1.


Blue Week 2015

4 June 2015


Vasco Becker-Weinberg


Opening session (09:00-09:30)

Assunção Cristas, Minister of Agriculture and Sea

Miguel Serpa Soares, Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and UN Legal Counsel

Remembering Dr. Miguel Galvão Telles (09:30-10:00)

Miguel Nogueira de Brito (Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados)

PANEL I (10:30-13:00)


Keynote Speaker: José Luís Jesus (Judge ITLOS)

Moderator: Manuel Almeida Ribeiro (Portuguese Society of International Law)


–        Fernando Loureiro Bastos (School of Law-U Lisbon)

–        José Manuel Sérvulo Correia (Sérvulo & Associados, School of Law-U Lisbon)

–        Kate Parlett (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP)

PANEL II (14:00-16:30)


Keynote Speaker: John Brincat (DG Mare, European Commission)

Moderator: Gabriele Goettsche-Wanli (Director, DOALOS)


–        Jordan Diamond (CLEE- UC Berkeley School of Law)

–        Marta Chantal Ribeiro (School of Law-U Porto)

–        Nilufer Oral (School of Law-Istanbul Bilgi University)

–        Robin Warner (ANCORS-U Wollongong)

PANEL III (17:00-19:30)


Keynote Speaker: Lawrence Folajimi Awosika (Chairman of CLCS)

Moderator: Tomas Heidar (Judge ITLOS)


–        Bjørn Kunoy (Legal Adviser, Prime Minister´s Office, Faroe Islands)

–        Paul S. Reichler (Foley Hoag LLP)

–        Aldino Campos (Portuguese Task Group for the Extension of the Continental Shelf)

–        Walter Roest (Member of CLCS)

–        Harald Brekke (Member of LTC of ISA)

Closing session

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/25

Hong Kong Says No to Shark Fin Soup

gsc_cha_5331_rf_js_16x9“In the past five years, almost 70 percent of Hong Kong residents have reduced or entirely stopped eating shark fin soup, and 81 percent of those who have decreased consumption of the luxury dish said they have done so because of environmental concerns. The welcome news comes from a survey conducted by the Social Sciences Research Centre of the University of Hong Kong. The work was done in collaboration with BLOOM, a marine conservation organization, and supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts, as a follow-up to a similar study in 2009.”

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Fonte: The Pew Charitable Trusts – 7 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/25

Warm-blooded fish traps its own heat in the deep

_83018484_83018483“The large and colourful opah has become the first known “warm-blooded” fish, as scientists discovered it can regulate the temperature of its whole body.

The opah traps warmth from its flapping fins, which are well insulated by fat.

It uses that heat to keep its heart, brain and other organs warm while it swims to depths of hundreds of metres.

Other fish like tuna can warm specific body parts, boosting performance at key times, but whole-body “endothermy” has not been observed in a fish before.

The research is published in the journal Science.”

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Fonte: BBC – 15 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/21

China illegally fishing off W Africa – Greenpeace

_83126675_artisanal-fishing-piroguesMore than 70 Chinese vessels have been found fishing illegally off the coast of West Africa, Greenpeace says.

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Fonte: BBC – 20 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/21

News 2 Co-gestão Pesca


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Fonte: Docapesca – 19 de maio de 2015

journal.pone.0122809.g003“Pursuit of the triple bottom line of economic, community and ecological sustainability has increased the complexity of fishery management; fisheries assessments require new types of data and analysis to guide science-based policy in addition to traditional biological information and modeling. We introduce the Fishery Performance Indicators (FPIs), a broadly applicable and flexible tool for assessing performance in individual fisheries, and for establishing cross-sectional links between enabling conditions, management strategies and triple bottom line outcomes. Conceptually separating measures of performance, the FPIs use 68 individual outcome metrics—coded on a 1 to 5 scale based on expert assessment to facilitate application to data poor fisheries and sectors—that can be partitioned into sector-based or triple-bottom-line sustainability-based interpretative indicators. Variation among outcomes is explained with 54 similarly structured metrics of inputs, management approaches and enabling conditions. Using 61 initial fishery case studies drawn from industrial and developing countries around the world, we demonstrate the inferential importance of tracking economic and community outcomes, in addition to resource status.”

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Fonte: PLOS ONE – 6 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/19

FARNET Newsletter 2015-05


Pode consultar o último número da newsletter da FARNET aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.


highseas_p1Ver todas as infografias aqui e aqui.

Fonte: Pew Charitable Trusts – 1 de maio de 2015

Mais informações aqui.

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/19

SIC suspende programa ‘Golfinhos com as Estrelas’

ng4247426“O programa Dolphin with Stars, que ia começar a ser gravado amanhã no Zoomarine, foi suspenso pela SIC. Foi através de um comunicado que a SIC deu a conhecer a decisão. “A SIC tomou conhecimento hoje, dia 18 de maio, de um parecer enviado pelo Instituto da Conservação da Natureza e das Florestas (ICNF) ao Presidente do Conselho de Administração do Zoomarine sobre o programa Golfinhos com as Estrelas, o qual é ‘desfavorável'”, pode ler-se no início do comunicado.”

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Fonte – DN – 18 de maio de 2015

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/18

When Humans Declared War on Fish

10FISH-master675“ON Friday we humans observed V-E Day, the end to one part of a global catastrophe that cost the planet at least 60 million lives. But if we were fish, we would have marked the day differently — as the beginning of a campaign of violence against our taxonomic classes, one that has resulted in trillions of casualties.

Oddly, the war itself was a great reprieve for many marine species. Just as Axis and Allied submarines and mines made the transportation of war matériel a highly perilous endeavor, they similarly interfered with fishing. The ability to catch staple seafoods, like cod, declined markedly. Freed from human pursuit, overexploited species multiplied in abundance.”

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Fonte: The New York Times – 8 de maio de 2015

logo_en“Fish fed polystyrene nanoparticles are less active and show changes to their brains and metabolism, according to a study by Swedish and Danish researchers. The findings suggest that nanoparticles in the environment could have a major impact on fish and aquatic ecosystems.”

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Fonte: European Commission – 8 de maio de 2015

SA93Este ano, o Dia do Pescador (dia 31 de maio) e a Homenagem aos Pescadores Falecidos (último domingo do mês de maio) coincidem no mesmo dia.

As comemorações decorrerão por esta ordem:

Missa de Homenagem ao Pescador (10 horas, Capela da Misericórdia).

Inauguração do Monumento à Pesca em Sesimbra (12 horas, Rotunda do Marco do Grilo)

1º Festival Long Drinks dos Cacharoletes, com Licor Pescador  (14 horas, Praça da Califórnia)

Distinção de Individualidades da Comunidade Piscatória Sesimbrense (15 horas, Sociedade Musical Sesimbrense)

Visita à Exposição Vidas com Sal (15:45, Avenida 25 de Abril)

Concentração e Desfile de Barcos em Homenagem aos Pescadores Falecidos (16 horas, Baía de Sesimbra.

Colocação de Coroa de Flores no Monumento aos Pescadores (16:30, no Largo de Bombaldes).

Fonte: Sesimbr’Acontece – maio 2015

Cover-Shrimp-Report-213x300Fairfood International’s latest report exposes the unacceptably low wages and harsh labour conditions of shrimp workers working in the shrimp peeling and processing industry in Asia. These shrimp are sold by European supermarkets like Lidl, ALDI, Plus and Jumbo.

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Fonte: Fairfood International – 09 de abril de 2015.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium is gathering leaders in science, activism, media and the seafood industry at its home-base in Monterey, California for two days of in-depth discussions on sustainable food — especially seafood — this week.

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Fonte: Undercurrent News – 13 de maio de 2015.

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Fonte: Docapesca – 13 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/13

Peixe morto apanhado no rio Tejo

Há uma semana era a espuma junto ao açude de Abrantes e Barragem de Belver. Na passada terça-feira, 12 de Maio, foi a vez do presidente da Câmara Municipal de Mação, Vasco Estrela, denunciar o aparecimento de centenas de peixes mortos junto à Barragem de Belver. O autarca de Mação explicou à Lusa que o episódio “não é de hoje nem pontual”.

Vasco Estrela revelou que a autarquia tem recebido “de forma recorrente queixas dos munícipes sobre os maus cheiros da água do rio Tejo, para além do fraco caudal e do seu mau aspeto, de cor acastanhada e com bastante espuma. Ao que tudo indica, os peixes mortos ficaram retidos nas grelhas que impedem os resíduos e lixo de entrarem nas turbinas de produção de eletricidade.

O presidente de Mação revelou ainda que a eventual fonte de poluição das águas do Tejo não estará em território português, já que os peixes terão vindo mortos ao sabor da corrente. “Isto não pode continuar assim”, afirmou o autarca à agência Lusa, adiantando que vai ser apresentada uma queixa na Agência Portuguesa de Ambiente (APA) para que a entidade investigue o que é que se está a passar no maior rio nacional.

De referir que os peixes, alguns com mais de três quilos, segundo testemunho de um pescador local, foram retirados esta terça-feira por funcionários da EDP, que trabalham na Barragem de Belver/Ortiga, sendo depois enterrados em valas abertas com recurso a uma retroescavadora. Contudo, sabe-se terá sido entregue na APA uma outra informação que poderia levar à realização de análises efetuadas à água do Tejo ou mesmo amostras desta. Algumas pessoas contactadas revelaram que poderá estar em causa falta de oxigénio nas águas do rio.

Fonte: blastingnews, dia 13 de maio de 2015

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bc-sitec23nw1BC Hydro will test fish for mercury contamination this summer on the waterways connected to a massive hydro dam reservoir. The study is being launched in response to concerns raised by First Nations, who say their food fishery has been ruined.

The plan highlights how little has been done to understand potential health risks of mercury contamination stemming from the dam’s construction in 1968. It has been 15 years since a sample of fish in the Williston reservoir was checked, and 25 years since fish in any of its tributaries were tested.

Fonte:, dia 13 de maio de 2015

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/12

Status of marine fish stocks (CSI 032/MAR 007)

image_xlarge“Approximately 60% of commercial fish landings comes from stocks that are assessed with Good Environmental Status (GES) information. Strong regional differences exist, where the Mediterranean and Black seas remain poorly assessed.

Around 58% of the assessed commercial stocks are not in GES. Only 12% are in GES for both the level of fishing mortality and reproductive capacity. These percentages also vary considerably between regional seas.

The use of commercial fish and shellfish stocks in Europe, therefore, remains largely unsustainable. Nevertheless, important signs of improvement for certain stocks are being recorded in the North-East Atlantic Ocean and Baltic Sea.”

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Fonte: European Environment Agency – Março de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/12

ICES Newsletter May 2015

Pode consultar o último número da newsletter do CIEM/ICES aqui.

Consultar números anteriores aqui.

Fonte: CIEM/ICES – 30 de abril de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/12

The Black Fish moves focus on crime with new UN report

bluefin_selection“Earlier this week The Black Fish presented a groundbreaking new report on fishing crime at the UN Crime Congress in Doha, Qatar. Bringing together case studies from around the world, the publication makes the case that illegal fishing constitutes a form of organized crime and should be officially recognised and dealth with as such. With the move The Black Fish is steering away from its traditional conservation agenda, putting stronger focus on the criminal aspects of illegal fishing.”

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Fonte: The Black Fish – 17 de abril de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/12

NOAA – FishNews April 29, 2015

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Fonte: NOAA – 29 de abril de 2015

food-regional-seafood“According to a new study published in Science Magazine, consumer appetite for sustainable seafood has nearly doubled in the past 40 years — and some fisheries are bending the rules to meet the rising demand.

“What we found is that there isn’t enough certified sustainable seafood, such as by the Marine Stewardship Council, to meet that demand,” said author Natalie Ban, marine ethno-ecologist at the University of Victoria.”

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Fonte: CBCnews – 4 de maio de 2015

Fisherman-catching-octopu-007“The Vezo people of south-west Madagascar have been living off the Mozambique channel for more than 1,000 years; their population is both defined and sustained entirely by fishing. But when biologist Alasdair Harris visited the region more than 10 years ago with his fledgling organisation, Blue Ventures, he found the vulnerable coastal villages were struggling to sustain themselves. The Vezo’s booming population had diminished local fish stocks.”

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Fonte: The Guardian – 5 de maio de 2015


Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/07

World’s first industrial plant for copepods

carousel (1)Norwegian company C-Feed is building the world’s first industrial plant for copepods – a fish-fry feed for the production of ballan wrasse, tuna, halibut and other marine species.

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Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture – 06 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/07

FAO Fisheries: Model 2015

carouselMenakhem Ben-Yami revisits FAO Fisheries and discusses how times have changed.

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Fonte: World Fishing & Aquaculture – 06 de maio de 2015

A report published today by Greenpeace exposes widespread fraud involving Chinese companies fishing in West Africa, both with vessels flying the Chinese flag and vessels operating under joint ventures. Based on information obtained by Greenpeace primarily in Senegal, Guinea Bissau and the Republic of Guinea (Conakry), the report shows that China’s biggest distant water fishing company, the China National Fisheries Corporation (CNFC), as well as other Chinese companies, have systematically under-declared the gross tonnage (GT) of their fishing vessels for years.

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Fonte: Coalition For Fair Fisheries Arrangements  – 15 de maio de 2015

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Fonte: Docapesca – 4 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/06

ecsafeseafoodEnormous advances’ making seafood safer across Europe
EU-funded researchers have created a unique database and screening tools to monitor the levels of contaminants in seafood and their effects on consumer health. Coupled with rapid screening tools, their work promises to greatly improve the food safety of each fish, shellfish and mollusc on European dinner tables. Commercial application of the screening tools is potentially on the table.

Fonte:, dia 6 de maio de 2015

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“Studland Bay is an unlikely battleground. The sandy shore, part of England’s southern coastline, is both a beauty spot and the site of “the most popular naturist beach in Britain”. More importantly forNature-ists, the seagrass that thrives in the bay’s shallow waters is home to rare sea-horse populations. But keeping it that way is a growing challenge, because Studland is also a playground for the wealthy and powerful, including some yacht-club members who like to anchor their boats there, to the possible detriment of the natural habitat.”

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Fonte: Nature – 29 de abril de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/05

Mar: assim não vamos lá – Ricardo Serrão Santos

“Considero-me um privilegiado por ter nascido numa época em que pude usufruir do mar ainda com um sentido de aventura. E por viver numa nova época em que o conhecimento e as tecnologias permitem olhar profundamente. Atualmente, estamos a desvendar os segredos das mais ínfimas moléculas e até o modo de funcionamento dos mega-ecossistemas.

Durante a minha vida, tive a sorte de estar envolvido no estudo do grande Atlântico a bordo dos mais modernos navios oceanográficos. Realizei mergulhos a grandes profundidades em submersíveis tripulados. Tive a sorte de viver numa época onde a cooperação científica estava a crescer sob a égide do “Direito Internacional do Mar”, que apela a uma utilização sustentável e pacífica dos oceanos, baseada no conhecimento científico. Durante esse tempo, uma geração de cientistas inventariou a biodiversidade marinha, estudou a conectividade e os complexos saldos biogeoquímicas envolvidos no funcionamento dos ecossistemas marinhos. Ao longo de 30 anos, experimentei a singularidade, a diversidade e a fragilidade destes ecossistemas oceânicos. Durante este período, aprendi também como as atividades humanas tiveram impactos na estrutura, diversidade, função e serviços dos ecossistemas marinhos.”

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Fonte: Público – 5 de maio de 2015

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/05

Green Growth in Fisheries and Aquaculture

512015031m“This report summarises the current situation in fisheries and aquaculture, observing that in many parts of the world these sectors are at risk and do not reach their full potential. However, the prospects for sustained growth are good if reforms along the lines suggested by the OECD Green Growth Strategy are undertaken. The report emphasises the need for a strong, science-based approach to stock management for resource sustainability, combined with a transparent and reactive policy development cycle to ensure that fisheries deliver maximum possible benefits. The report shows that improved regulation to deal with environmental externalities and space competition is key to unlocking future growth potential of aquaculture.”

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Fonte: OCDE

Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/05


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Fonte: Notícias do Mar – 27 de abril de 2015

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Publicado por: pongpesca | 2015/05/05

NOAA – FishNews April 22, 2015

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

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Fonte: NOAA – 22 de abril de 2015


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Fonte: Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa

logo_en“Mussels exposed to high levels of microplastic pollution display signs of stress, new research has shown. However, levels of exposure were higher than found in the wild and no effect on the energy reserves of either mussels or lugworms was observed in the lab tests. The researchers caution that longer experiments may be needed to reveal microplastics’ full effects.”

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Fonte: European Commission – 30 de abril de 2015

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