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World News: Glasgow climate change conference, Summary report, 31 October – 12 November 2021 November 16, 2021   |  Source: International Institute for Sustainable Development  | Copyright: 1990-2021, IISD.

The Glasgow Climate Change Conference convened after a year-long postponement due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Parties adopted the Glasgow Climate Pact: a series of three overarching cover decisions that provide an overall political narrative of the C...

Bangladesh: Sundarbans fishers still tangled in web of oppression by local influentials by Mohammad Jamil Khan November 16, 2021   |  Source: The Daily Star  | Copyright: 2021 thedailystar.net

The anglers can finally move freely inside the forest now that the robbers are gone. And all this has been possible because of my contributions, Kamal Uddin Leader of the Sahebs. Reaching deep inside the Sundarbans, one will be taken aback to see mobile b...

Pakistan: Govt denies presence of foreign fishing trawlers November 16, 2021   |  Source: The Express Tribune  | Copyright: 2021 The Express Tribune.

Responding to questions during the Question Hour, the minister said that the deep sea fishing policy had been announced after consultations with the stakeholders. He said the bottom trawling had been banned in Balochistan as it damaged the marine life and...

Bangladesh: LDCs to demand continuation of fisheries subsidies by Refayet Ullah Mirdha November 16, 2021   |  Source: The Daily Star  | Copyright: 2021 thedailystar.net

Bangladesh has joined other least-developed countries (LDCs) to demand the continuation of partial fisheries subsidies as nations are set to agree to new rules for the industry and limit state support contributing to unsustainable fishing and the depletio...

Kerala: Experts recommended fishermen at Vypeen should adopt novel methods where they can increase fish harvest and thereby increase their income November 16, 2021   |  Source: The Times of India  | Copyright: 2021 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

Experts recommended fishermen at Vypeen should adopt novel methods where they can increase fish harvest and thereby increase their income. The recommendations were put forward on the second day of the workshop on ‘Vypeen island protection and sustainabl...

India: Coastal States and cost of cyclones by Prakash Kumar Sahoo & Yashobanta Parida November 16, 2021   |  Source: Telangana Today  | Copyright: 2021 Telangana Publications Pvt. Ltd.

India’s geo-climatic and socioeconomic factors are contributing to an increase in the frequency and damage from cyclones. Among the natural disasters, cyclones constituted the second most frequent phenomena accounting for 15% of India’s total natural ...

Pakistan: Karachi coastal project under CPEC to boost economy November 16, 2021   |  Source: Pakistan Today  | Copyright: 2021. Pakistan Today.

The recent inclusion of the Karachi Coastal Comprehensive Development Zone (KCCDZ) project in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will boost Pakistan’s economy and enhance industrial and development cooperation between Pakistan and China, said e...

India: Govt launches 3-month campaign to provide Kisan Credit Card to livestock, dairy, fishery farmers November 16, 2021   |  Source: The Financial Express  | Copyright: 2021 The Indian Express [P] Ltd.

The Centre on Monday launched a nationwide campaign to provide the Kisan Credit Card (KCC) to all eligible animal husbandry, dairy and fishery farmers in the country and is targeting to enrol around two crore people in the next three months. Union Ministe...

Tamil Nadu: How to save that sinking feeling: Chennai's tryst with seasonal flooding by Kannalmozhi Kabilan November 16, 2021   |  Source: The New Indian Express  | Copyright: newindianexpress.com 2021

On a Saturday evening that was briefly saved from the rain events that had us bracing for a repeat of the 2015 nightmare, youth groups — functioning in the area of environmental well-being — found some success for their Umbrella Rally. When asked abou...

Bangladesh: Hatiya fishermen working in oman by Marie Percot November 15, 2021   |  Source: The Daily Star

We try to stop them, but they want to go. They say that Allah may help them to find a good malik. And so, they go; and we let them go because we need food, because here we don't have enough. Here they have no work, and we have no land. And so, we, mothers...

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