BROOMFIELD, Colorado - December 19, 2017 - Disputes over fisheries could spark the next war. It is important to better understand the causes and consequences of fisheries conflict - including which ones could ignite armed disputes and which will fizzle out.
Secure Fisheries News
Secure Fisheries hosted eighteen researchers and practitioners from universities and NGOs to examine the state of knowledge about fisheries conflict, form new partnerships to advance knowledge on the topic, and produce new research.
The federal Government of Somalia has agreed to strengthen the Somali fisheries sector in a number of ways. Learn more.
One Earth Future is proud to participate in Our Ocean 2017, and to pledge a voluntary commitment.
The Stable Seas Maritime Security Index is a first-of-its-kind effort to measure and map interconnected challenges to maritime security, such as illegal fishing, human trafficking, and illicit trade.
With the longest coastline in Africa, Somalia has the potential to support a productive fishing sector. The Somalia Fisheries Forum, which OEF programs Shuraako and Secure Fisheries hosted with the Puntland Ministry of Fisheries, encouraged collaboration for sustainable progress in the Somali fishing industry.
The Ocean Conference has brought together more than 5,000 participants to support Sustainable Development Goal 14: to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development.
Staff from OEF's Secure Fisheries program have been in the Lake Victoria region as part of a team conducting scientific surveys.
In a new report, our programs OEF Research, Oceans Beyond Piracy, and Secure Fisheries show how illicit activies in the Somali region reinforce each other and add to instability at sea and on shore.