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Nitrogen Factor is used to measure fish content in processed products like coated fish or fish fillet with added water. When fish is processed under wet conditions under good hygienic practice and good manufacturing practice, there may be some degree of ...
In this article Victoria Chomo and Cassandra de Young, FAO Fishery Officers, take a look at the potential impacts of climate change on fisheries trade on climate change. How might climate change impact fisheries production and trade? The article, posted on the International Centre ...
The SSF Guidelines, the first negotiated international instrument dedicated specifically to small-scale fisheries, have been released in all six FAO official languages. The development process started after the 29th Session of the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) held in February 2011 ...
A review of campaigns about health benefits of fish consumption. For Children: Mardelira Project; Galicia, Spain The Mardelira Project is a collaboration among the fishermen of Lira in Galicia which began in 2003. One component of the project is Taller Fishing, a program ...
The current debate over the expansion of the EU’s Emissions Trading System from air-line traffic to other areas may have implications for a future agenda that could indirectly impact fisheries. Launched in 2005, the EU’s Emissions Trading System is the world’s largest emissions ...
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