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22/06/17

Aquaculture is main driver of mangrove losses

… New study confirms devastating effect of aquaculture on mangroves around the world especially in South-East Asia. …

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14/06/17

FAO warns of tilapia virus as outbreak spreads

Three regions are hit by a viral disease threatening tilapia, one of the world’s most popular farmed fish species.

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11/04/17

Project builds capacity of fish farmers to raise yields

A project is training Kenyan smallholder fish farmers in good management practices to boost production.

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21/03/17

New research fellows to combat climate change in Africa

A programme has selected a third cohort of African research fellows to explore how to address climate change.

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27/09/16

Invest in marine economy, African ministers say

Africa should invest more in marine-based economy to improve food security and development, a meeting has heard.

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01/06/16

Fisheries policies urged to prioritise nutrition goals

Study bats for nutrition-sensitive fisheries policies to improve health outcomes especially for the poor.

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29/04/16

Deadly fish virus finally identified

Scientists believe the mysterious ‘tilapia lake virus’ behind mass die offs of farmed fish is a novel variety.

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02/09/15

How to hack aquaculture

This audio-slideshow shows how wireless sensor networks can enhance tilapia fish production.

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28/08/14

Ocean science for development in SIDS: Facts and figures

Sarah Grimes explores why small-island states need good ocean monitoring — and why it still fails them in some areas.

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25/06/14

Why having a PhD matters in East Africa

In this podcast, Esther Marijani recounts the family history that led her to science and explains why PhDs are key.

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