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Crimfish, Combatting illegal fishing from the air

Combatting Criminal Fisheries in the SIDS (CrimFish) Pirate fishing (fisheries theft or poaching) by nationals of one country in another country’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) is a growing worldwide concern as it challenges local fisheries’ management efforts, depletes already overfished fisheries, and has been recognized as a major threat to marine biodiversity. Pirate fishing is a particularly important issue for marine resource management in the SIDS, with their economy heavily dependent on fisheries.


Year: 2017

From album: GRID-Arendal explains with Simpleshow

Produced by: GRID-Arendal

Tags: GRID-Arendal UNEP

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