Did you ever think that the fish you like to eat can extinct or can causes diseases? , Also Did you ever know that there is a big problem that can destroy the sea creatures?. Illegal fishing is one of the most dangerous phenomenon that can destroy and affect the sea environment in a bad way especially in the pacific and Indian ocean ( Beke & Blomeyer , 2014 ). Moreover, illegal fishing is an activity of the fishers who don’t have licenses and they are practicing their jobs without following the laws that established by the governments and they are using tools that have been banned because of the bad effects that those tools and materials cause. According to Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) studies the Statistics show that practicing
A big issue regarding the slow reproduction of sharks is that they cannot keep up with the pace of the fishing. They only reach reproductive age as late as 12-15 years, and combined with the fast pace they are disappearing they are not able to recover the population. As of now 74 shark species are listed as threathened, and 11 of them are critically endendegerd, on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List. 3. The price for shark fin soup To make the worlds most expensive soup, inhumane killing of sharks are happening at several places around the world, its not just focused around China.
The pollution of water and land due to oil spills has reached extreme levels, destroying the local economies of fishing and agriculture and denying Delta residents access to clean drinking water. The consequences to this unwanted “invasion” is that the country and particularly the Niger Delta region, is now struggling with issues such as evolving corruption, political instability, ethnic violence, bad infrastructure, polluted fauna & flora, high level of poverty,
By : SAADI Chirihane and SAADEDDINE Fatima 28/03/2017 Business In Global Context (Mr. ELJAAFARI Samir) Fishing Industry In Morocco 2nd Semester Report Table of content : Geographic Area 2 Industry 2 Products 3 Buyers 3 Competitors 4 Reference’s bibliography 5 Annexes 6 Geographic Area: Fishing has been a central industry ideal from the 30s and it's primarily focused in the urban communities of Safi, Tan-Tan and Agadir. Morocco is equally the greatest producer of the European sardine. The coastal fishing represents about 86% of the main overall production, 13% deep sea fishing and algae aquaculture and Agriculture.
Groundwater overexploitation is a serious problem in parts of Senegal. For example, Mont Rolland, used to be famous for its mineral springs. Today, villagers need to drill as deep as 80 meters to pump water. The village's groundwater was seriously depleted by over-extraction by the mineral water company. The government has launched a Water and Sanitation Program to reach the Millennium Development Goals for water supply and sanitation.
As mentioned before, the industry requires highly skilled labour to perform tasks that machines cannot. As well the Chilean fishing industry employs double the amount of labour than the Norwegian industry. 90% of the production is done in Region X, south of Santiago. Where the largest urban area is Puerto Montt. According to SalmonChile, in 2004 the fishing industry employed
The collapse of the marine ecosystem would result in the a massive amount of loss in fish stocks, resulting in the loss of business and the starvation of many people around the world that rely on fish as their major supply of food. (The main cause of overfishing is large fishing companies
Negative impact of illegal fishing 1. Indonesia’s economy State suffers direct losses because of unlawful angling. As indicated by Laporan Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan (BPK), Indonesia endures Rp.300 trillion losses every year because of illicit angling. 2. Damage to marine ecosystem Unreported or misreported fishing practices caused crucial problem of sustainability in Indonesia.
Water pollution is the contamination of water due to unhealthy human activities. The pollution is mostly caused by industrial waste, global warming, garbage and waste dumping, and oil leakage. According to waterbenefitshealth there are many types of water pollution such as “Surface water pollution, Groundwater pollution, Microbial pollution, Oxygen Depletion pollution, Nutrient pollution, Suspended Matter pollution, and Chemical pollution.” Water pollution is a hazardous case in the world as it leads to hunger, poverty, diseases, extinction of aquatic animals, and lack of human access to fresh water.
The State is found taking keen interest in developing the fishing industry as with other sectors of the economy. Countries such as USA, Japan, China and some others are not only amongst the biggest seafood importing countries but are also amongst the biggest seafood processing and consuming countries in the world. In Pakistan the “Fishing industry” is managed by the Fisheries Development Commissioner (FDC) under the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock (MFAL). Primarily the neglect from the Government & the concerned authorities and the lack of education and skills has wrecked this industry into shambles. Pakistan with so much of marine resources still lacks to print its name amongst the top global players in the seafood industry due to this very