Pesca Sostenibile

Mundus Maris: 2022 is the year of the Ocean with numerous international events
Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, the new report by IPCC Working Group II and latest instalment of the 6th Assessment Report is described by UNSG António Guterres as an “Atlas of human suffering and a damning indictment of failed climate leadership.” The headline news is that climate breakdown is happening even faster than expected. Vedi Newsletter
Mundus Maris: Int. Women’s Day reminds us of unsung heroines and outstanding women
International Women’s Day will shortly be celebrated. There are countless unsung heroines around the globe. At least, we seize the opportunity to celebrate in their place a few women with publicly recognised, outstanding merits in nature protection, marine conservation, science, and leadership. Vedi Newsletter
Il progetto “I Pesci Dimenticati” di Slow Food Isole Slow entra nel vivo
Per Slow Food Isole Slow è arrivato il momento di avviare la parte operativa del Progetto “I Pesci Dimenticati”, realizzato con il sostegno di Blue Marine Foundation e la collaborazione dell’Associazione Pesca Responsabile Isole Eolie. Il mese di febbraio segna l’avvio di tutte le attività “pratiche” e delle modalità di realizzazione di un progetto che pone moltissima attenzione sulla salvaguardia della pesca sostenibile e dei pescatori che la praticano.Vedi Articolo
Mundus maris newsletter: Fish – the superfood for 2022
This firework of information and insights, which will be followed by the release of a more elaborated report in early 2022, provided further substantiation to FAO’s virtual inauguration of the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA) on 19 November. In the event, FAO fielded senior government officials, representatives of small-scale fishers and aquaculturists from different parts of the world. Vedi Newsletter