For the third consecutive year, the cultural and theatre association "Talataay-Nder" of Yarakh invited people from Hann neighbourhoods on the outskirts of Dakar, to participate in the theater festival and celebrate the local culture.
A great success !
They did it again! YOUMARES 7 was yet another successful networking conference for young marine researchers. This time convening in the University of Hamburg the organising team managed to draw in lots of volunteering and to create its creative brand atmosphere. Mundus maris organised a well-attended panel discussion about how to achieve low impact fisheries.
The Festival of the Future in Berlin mobilised the who is who in environmental protection and sustainable economy in Germany, because the German Environment Ministry celebrated its 30th anniversary. Mundus maris was there.
Rainy season in the Gulf of Guinea in July. Low hanging clouds and unpleasant weather are not the most inviting conditions for what's already not an exciting job.
Frederico Füllgraf, Santiago de Chile, for Mundus maris
With its 4,000 kilometers of coastline, Chile is, ahead of Japan, the sixth largest fishing industry in the world, but the world's third largest producer of farmed salmon. The industrially guided salmon farming is concentrated on the coast of Chilean Patagonia with an area of 19,893 hectares of marine concessions from the state and annual sales of 2.0 billion Euros. Ever since 2008, salmon farming in Chile is, however, in the crossfire of criticism.
We congratulate our Vice-President, Prof. Stella Williams, to receiving the Distinguished Service Award from the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET).
IIFET states in justification: "Professor Stella Williams embodies IIFET’s goals of fostering global interaction between academia, trade, and government on the economics of fisheries policy and seafood trade. She has made significant contributions enabling individuals of different professional orientations and countries to exchange information, data, and perspectives on fisheries issues.
World Oceans Day celebrations 2016 by Mundus maris, Mundus maris clubs and partners in different countries kicked off at the Environment Festival in Brussels on Sunday, 5 June.
Attractive stands and sunshine drew large crowds to the festival. People queued up through the day at the Mundus maris stand