Daniel Voces, the managing director of the European Union’s primary fishing industry advocacy group, Europêche, believes members of the World Trade Organization will reach a deal on curbing illegal fishing subsidies this week.
The World Trade Organization hosts talks next week aimed at reaching a deal to cap subsidies that contribute to the overfishing of the world’s seas
Exploring the Possible Impacts of WTO Rules on Fisheries Subsidies: The Case of the Southern Longline Tuna Fishery in the Western and Central Pacific (IISD)
The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development includes a specific target (Sustainable Development Goal 14.6) of completing, by 2020, negotiations at the World Trade
Addressing the Development Dimension of an Overcapacity and Overfishing Subsidy Discipline in the WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations (IISD)
This discussion paper analyzes the different approaches under discussion in the World Trade Organization fisheries subsidies negotiations for new rules on subsidies that contribute to
A recent paper in Nature Communications shows that there is a substantial relationship between the prevalence of modern slavery in a fishing nation and the
Rethinking the blue economy to be inclusive, sustainable, fair and for everyone (IIED) Maggie Watson’s article on the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED),
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted in 2015 include a specific goal to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources – SDG14.