Sea-level rises and storm surges don’t discriminate, but societal structures do.
A guaranteed basic income is a promising tool for contributing to sustainability and justice across agriculture and fishing sectors.
Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant is set to release radioactive wastewater into the Pacific Ocean – but the cause for concern is minimal.
Traditional food provenance methods are typically designed to identify one species at a time. So we worked out a new approach, as part of a broader effort to combat seafood fraud and illegal fishing.
Technology and regulation have solved some issues with bycatch. To reduce damage to marine life further, we can harness the skills of our best fishers.
A collaborative approach with Scottish fishers has led to an app that shares data about the location of endangered species so that other fishing vessels can avoid them.
Decision-makers, locally and globally, must balance management of pandemics with a recognition that fish and fishing communities are essential to local well being.
One in six fishers in the Gulf of Thailand have been coerced or deceived into working against their will.
Environmental monitoring and public participation are necessary to maintain transparency and protect ecosystems and communities.
Coastal communities are helping scientists understand the impacts of marine heatwaves — and find solutions.