Dr. Gullett will deliver a series of public lectures on developments in fisheries, and ocean law and policy during his visit to Barbados, Jamaica and Belize.
With major challenges facing the region’s fisheries sector, fisheries professionals must build their capacity to provide leadership in the process of transforming the fisheries sector.
Security, tracking and monitoring systems supplier Global Ocean Security Technologies will provide live tracking of The A-Team as they cruise through the Bahamas in the second annual Hang’em High Challenge in Hawk’s Nest.
Minister for Grand Bahama, Dr. Michael Darville, pledged his Ministry’s support for the upcoming 3rd Annual Grand Bahama Shipyard Fishing Tournament at the Grand Bahama Yacht Club.
A regional training workshop will focus on information and knowledge-sharing for sustainable fisheries management in the Caribbean.
Authorities searched off the Bahamas on Monday for a Chinese man who apparently became lost in rough weather during a fishing trip. Three companions were rescued.
The Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) is a relatively new technology in the region allowing fishers to capture more fish with less effort, but it can lead to overfishing.
At next week’s meetings, the CRFM/CLME Steering Committees will review and endorse the outputs and recommendations of two case studies.
Fisheries ministers call for urgent governance and management to ensure coordinated and concerted action for sustainable use and conservation of flyingfish resources.