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May 04, 2019
Kutch's coastal ecology steadily trampled, locals' livelihoods threatened by industrial growthPower plants along coastal Kutch are destroying age-old fishing traditions, endangering mangroves, threatening lives and livelihoods, with people who have no hope in political leadership.
Apr 26, 2019
Over 1,000 dead dolphins wash up on French coast due to unethical fishingFrance's Environment minister to come up with plan to save dying Dolphins by end of year.
Apr 24, 2019
The Kolis, one of the oldest fishing communities of Mumbai, face an uncertain futureThere is no doubt that this is a critical time for the survival of the Koli fishing community. How it adapts to, and evolves from, both the macro and micro factors affecting it in the dramatically changing environment of today will determine its success going forward.
Mar 04, 2019
Indian Navy rescues five Kerala fishermen from sinking vessel off state's north coast; two of them sustain minor injuriesThe fishermen from Kerala remained afloat without any life saving devices from 6.30 am till they were rescued. They were unable to swim or to seek help from other boats.
Feb 12, 2019
In coastal Tamil Nadu, one man is helping fishing communities to save their land using mapping technologyWith help from local community leader Saravanan, fisherfolk are creating their own maps, thereby taking control of a tool that has always belonged to the powerful
Dec 13, 2018
Bengal's favourite fish, the hilsa, could soon be extinct as fishing trawlers flout lawsTrawler owners ignore the seasonal bans on Hilsa fishing, driving Bengal’s favourite fish to near-extinction in the Ganga.
Sep 05, 2018
Oh fish! Utah Division of Wildlife Resources uses a bizarre technique to restock its lakesThe Utah Division of Wildlife Resources tweeted a video of an aircraft dropping fish including trouts into a lake in the US state.
Aug 29, 2018
300 endangered sea turtles found dead off southern Mexican coast; environment protection officials launch investigationMexico, which is home to six of the world’s seven species of sea turtles, has a permanent program to protect the reptiles, including criminal penalties for those who kill them.
Jun 14, 2018
Rohingya refugees find respite in Bangladesh's fishing industry; take up jobs in boats, yardsRohingya Muslims driven out of Myanmar have found a way to survive in neighbouring Bangladesh — by taking up jobs in the fishing industry
Jan 08, 2018
Agriculture sector growth likely to be higher than CSO estimate of 2.1%, says ministryThe agriculture sector is expected to grow higher than projected 2.1 percent growth by the Central Statistics Office for the current fiscal, following better Rabi crop prospects