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COP27 to muster political will for climate action and ocean protection
Throughout October we remained focused on small-scale fisheries (SSF) in the last quarter of the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA2022) to keep delivering our contributions to overdue recognition of small-scale fisheries as an important producer of food in uncertain times, but also as a bread winner for millions and a way of life deeply appreciative of marine and inland water cultures. Vedi Newsletter
NewsLetter Mundus Maris – September 2022
On the upside in September we had inspiring meetings bundling the voices of small-scale fishers and showing with good examples of collective action what’s possible when they stand together, work on solutions and seek to broaden alliances. This was the case at the SSF Summit in Rome supported by the FAO and the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) which then carried its findings and demands forward to the…
Fresh resolve as a result of the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon
Molti di noi convivono con quella che gli esperti chiamano “dissonanza cognitiva”: sappiamo perfettamente che dovremmo porre fine alla pesca eccessiva e alle emissioni sfrenate di gas climatici in modo da raggiungere gli obiettivi concordati degli obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile e dell’accordo di Parigi sul clima.  Vedi NewsLetter
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