Exiting the EU does not mean closing off British seas.
New surveys show the overwhelming antipathy for the EU among UK fishermen.
The open oceans are the world's "wild west", falling outside any nation's jurisdiction. UN negotiations are aiming to draft new laws for the high seas.
These days, EU policy is more helpful than harmful for Britain's fish.
Climate change is driving the iconic black marlin further south, with a possible impact on ecosystems and the fishing industry.
There are no proper laws to combat fisheries crime. As a result, a number of organisations need to join forces to stop the problem.
Fish numbers are rapidly dwindling globally, and fishery subsidies are one of the key drivers behind this decline.
A study suggests that stopping deep-sea trawling at a depth of around 600m makes sense.
South Africa’s oceans economy can contribute R177 billion to the GDP and create up to one million new jobs by 2033. But this requires more skilled people to drive the growth.
The EU wants to ban fishing below 600m, but the scientific case doesn't stand up.
Over-fishing is a massive environmental and economic challenge. Fortunately, there are new solutions being trialled – including in a tuna hotspot in the Pacific.
The Great Southern Reef covers 71,000 square km and contributes more than A$10 billion to Australia's economy each year.
A melting Arctic means new areas will be open to commercial fishing but scientists – and bordering countries – say they need time to study the ecological and economic risks.
Climate change will hit South Africa's fish population.
Spreading fishing pressure evenly across whole marine ecosystems sounds like a great idea. But there's a hitch – we can't technologically do it, and even if we could, it would be expensive.
The curbing of fishing has helped African penguins rebound from close to extinction – but it is not enough.
Despite having an internationally recognised fishing system, Namibia needs to shift gears to maintain its excellent fishing status.
The Prince has views on defence procurement, badger culling and the Patagonian toothfish. Should we care?
Five years after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, Gulf Coast communities are still grappling with the social and economic ills caused by the oil spill.
Fishing is a major threat to the Great Barrier Reef, but new research shows that areas closed to fishing just over a decade ago are home to bigger and more fish.