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Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Taiwan Cuts Ties with Solomon Islands


Taiwan Cuts Ties with Solomon Islands, Accuses China of ‘Dollar Diplomacy’
Redflagged Vessels May Lose Big: FFA
American Samoa’s Governor Fears Closure of American Samoa’s Biggest Employer
‘Unfair’ Fee Discourages Tuna Processing and Fishing Industry
Climate Redistribution of Tuna May Mean a Loss of USD 60 Million for Pacific by 2050
Report Finds Transshipments in Western, Central Pacific Likely Underreported

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News


New Study Shows Migratory Tuna Species are Spawning in Pacific Marine Protected Area
Papua New Guinea Turns Toward China, Seeks Help With Tuna Processing Investment
Pacific Forum Fisheries Agency Enacts New Crew Welfare Regulations
Thai Union Group Gross Profit Up 13% in 2Q
American Tunaboat Association Loses Lawsuit in Fight Against NMFS
Pacific Island Leaders Renew Shipping Emissions Battle
Climate Change Could Expose More Humans to Mercury in Seafood

2018 Status of Stocks Released


NOAA Fisheries has released the 2018 Status of U.S. Fisheries Report to Congress. The report shows continued positive progress with 91 percent of U.S. stocks not subject to overfishing and 82 percent of stocks not overfished. Additionally, one stock–Gulf of Maine smooth skate–was rebuilt, bringing the total number of stocks rebuilt since 2000 to 45. The full report is available on their website.
Read more (NOAA.gov)