Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve fishermen claim that fishing yields have been declining.
A temporary ban on fishing was ordered to prevent violence.
Yang Zeqiang’s boat chugs across the Yangtze ferrying a few people and sacks of grain – his new source of income after all fishing was halted along China’s longest river in the name of environmental protection.
Fishermen point their fingers at hydroelectric dams for fish decline.
Fish production during the first half of this year reached close to one billion.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday advised fisheries officials not to burn down nets seized from illegal fishing but instead distribute them to farmers
Illegal fishing remains persistent on the Mekong River, despite strict measures.
The community has experienced the abrupt changes of the river’s seasonal movement and the unusual rapid changes of water level.
WWF Cambodia urges authorities to take firm action against forest crimes.
For years, the riverbank of Chroy Chongva in Phnom Penh has been home to the Cham fishing community.
China’s top legislative body is considering a 10-year ban on commercial fishing along the Yangtze River.
Freshwater and marine fish yields increased slightly, with illegal fishing activity waning as a result of official crackdowns.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a man to 10 years in jail for an attempted murder.
The Philippines will not stop China from fishing in the country’s territorial waters.
PM to prevent illegal sand dredging, fishing and the cutting down of mangrove trees.
Minister directs officials to crack down on those who use a new type of fishing trap.
The first season for catching the fish used in prahok came to an end last week, with yields being higher than last year but prices staying at a similar level.
A European Union delegation visits a fishing community in Svay Rieng province to observe a project aimed at helping them deal with illegal fishing, rear fish, and farm without using chemicals in Peam Ro district.
‘Kokoli’ tells a story of a fishing community facing the loss of livelihoods and land as sea levels rise in the eastern state of Odisha, writes Annie Banerji.
Khun Gechsoun (aka Soon) presents her first exhibition of wood cut prints tomorrow at Space Four Zero Gallery, 240 ½ Lane, just off Street 240, Phnom Penh.
Kandal provincial authorities are registering nearly 300 hectares of lake land as state property.
Fisheries administration officials crack down on banned types of fishing.
Authorities in O’raing Ov seize several kilometres of small-hole fishing nets.
Pursat police crack down on a large scale illegal fishing operation along Tonle Sap lake.
Illegal fishing cases slumped by about 12 percent in the first half of this year compared with the same period last year.
Fishery authorities have seized a big quantity of illegal fishing equipment and advised more than two hundred people in a five-day crackdown on areas prone to illegal catches.
Borja Saracho lowers five cages loaded with 2,500 bottles of white wine.
Some Rohingya refugees who fled from Myanmar are finding work in the fishing industry in neighboring Bangladesh, earning a tiny daily income and occasional share of the catch, all under the official radar.
Agriculture Minister and the EU ambassador discuss an 85 million euro fishing project.
Agriculture Ministry warns against illegal fishing during the closed fishing season.