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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
The Skolt Sámi’s path to climate change resilience
In a photo essay, a UNU fellow illustrates why this reindeer and fishing-reliant indigenous community is developing a climate adaptation plan.
Fish fresh off the hook from community-supported fishers
Amazingly, it’s hard to buy fresh local fish in the seaside city of Halifax. A new co-op is fixing that.
Dispute over fishing permits for foreign fleets hots up
Senegal's artisanal fishers condemn the "selling off" of fishery resources when the country's coastal stocks are severely depleted.
Debate 2.0: Will you eat the last bluefin tuna?
The world loves the taste of bluefin tuna to death, literally. But what can, or should you do to save the bluefin tuna?
Satoumi: the link between humans and the sea
Japan's Seto Inland Sea supports a variety of sea life and people and its integrated management would allow the reaping of benefits well into the future.
Scaling up sustainable seafood
Good information on sustainable seafood choices is now available at your fingertips.
“Plenty of fish in the sea”
Ninety percent of the oceans' big fish are already gone and if commercial fishing trends continue, there will no longer be "plenty of fish in the sea".
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