Farming the sea

With unsustainable fishing affecting about 30 percent of the ocean’s wild fish population and most of the rest already fished to the limit, sea farming is playing an even bigger role in putting fish on the dinner table. This week, over three billion fish fries were released into the Bohai Baysea during an environmental protection … Read more Farming the sea

Fishing for subs | Russian anti-submarine aircrafts fly over the Pacific

Two long-range anti-submarine Tu-142MZ aircrafts took to the skies for a scheduled flight over the Pacific Ocean to practice flying over water surface as a part of a combat training program. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on VK https://vk.com/rt_international Follow us on Twitter … Read more Fishing for subs | Russian anti-submarine aircrafts fly over the Pacific

‘Sharks everywhere’: Angler films feeding frenzy in Australia – BBC News

An Australian man was returning from a fishing trip off Queensland’s Moreton Island when he came across a large school of bait fish under attack by about 40 sharks. Grant Bruinsma, an experienced angler, filmed the spectacle – later telling the BBC he’d never seen anything like it. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

Fishing on the street after heavy rain in Guangzhou City

After heavy rain in Guangzhou City on May 22, a street was submerged in water. People came out with fishing gear. Some people who were working in a nearby building came out to watch the unusual scene. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on … Read more Fishing on the street after heavy rain in Guangzhou City

Michigan Floods: Midland Lake Left Nearly Empty After Dam Fails

Authorities and residents were assessing damage Thursday as floodwaters from heavy rains that overtook two dams retreated in some mid-Michigan communities and continued to threaten others further downriver. Those who live along Wixom Lake in Midland County’s Hope Township are wondering when, or if, water will return to their beloved lake. “I’m sick about it. … Read more Michigan Floods: Midland Lake Left Nearly Empty After Dam Fails

Gaza humanitarian crisis: fishing industry devastated by Covid-19 pandemic

Gaza’s fishing sector is the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic. 2020 is shaping up to be the worst fishing season there in many years. Report by Maha Abu Alkass and Wassim Cornet. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe … Read more Gaza humanitarian crisis: fishing industry devastated by Covid-19 pandemic

Gym-goer Arrested In New Jersey For Reportedly Breaking Lockdown Order

Police arrest a customer at Atilis Gym in New Jersey on May 19 as it reopens despite Governor Phil Murphy’s lockdown order. Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Ellie Rushing said police cited the man for breaking the governor’s emergency stay-at-home order and police obstruction. News reports said he refused to give his name and information to the … Read more Gym-goer Arrested In New Jersey For Reportedly Breaking Lockdown Order

Cyclone Amphan: India Warns of ‘Disastrous Wind,’ Urges Residents to Find ‘Safe Place’

The biggest cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal in about two decades has slightly weakened before hitting the coasts of India and Bangladesh on Wednesday, with authorities making preparations to evacuate more than 5 million people to safer places. Cyclone Amphan, equivalent of a category 4 hurricane at present, is expected to have a … Read more Cyclone Amphan: India Warns of ‘Disastrous Wind,’ Urges Residents to Find ‘Safe Place’

Biggest Storm in 2 Decades Spurs India And Bangladesh, Evacuate Millions

The biggest cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal in about two decades may likely weaken as it hits coasts of India and Bangladesh late on Wednesday, with authorities making preparations to evacuate more than 5 million people to safer places. Cyclone Amphan, equivalent of a category 5 hurricane, is expected to attain a sustained … Read more Biggest Storm in 2 Decades Spurs India And Bangladesh, Evacuate Millions

France’s beaches reopen to swimming and fishing in some areas as gov’t tries to restart tourism

As the French government unveiled its “Marshall plan” to save the country’s tourism industry, some beaches across France reopened again to locals, allowing some to swim, fish and sometimes practicing sports, though sunbathing is still forbidden. French are still forbidden to travel past 100km from their homes but locals can now enjoy the coast if … Read more France’s beaches reopen to swimming and fishing in some areas as gov’t tries to restart tourism

Back in action: Golf, fishing and other sports restart as lockdown restrictions eased | ITV News

People in England are allowed to play certain outdoor sports as the Government eases some of the coronavirus lockdown measures. From Wednesday, rules have been relaxed to allow people to use outdoor sports courts or facilities, such as a tennis, basketball courts or golf courses – all with members of your household, or with one … Read more Back in action: Golf, fishing and other sports restart as lockdown restrictions eased | ITV News

Worker at fishing-processing factory in Ghana infects 533 other employees

A worker at a fish-processing factory in Ghana’s Tema City has infected 533 other employees with the coronavirus. President Nana Akufo-Addo announced this in a broadcast on Sunday but did not give details on how the disease spread in the facility or if safety measures were being implemented. CGTN YouTube Channel

Indonesian fishermen return home after deaths on Chinese ships

A group of fishermen who say they were exploited while working on Chinese fishing vessels have returned home in Indonesia after the death of four crew members. Speaking to Al Jazeera, the men said they were fed fish bait and some were physically abused. Al Jazeera’s Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia. – Subscribe to … Read more Indonesian fishermen return home after deaths on Chinese ships

Coronavirus restrictions in Victoria begin to ease with five visitors allowed in homes | ABC News

Victorians will be able to host up to five visitors in their homes and meet outdoors in groups of 10 from Wednesday, under the state’s first relaxation of coronavirus restrictions. Under what Premier Daniel Andrews termed the first “safe, cautious and appropriate step” towards normality, Victorians will be able to go fishing, hiking, play golf … Read more Coronavirus restrictions in Victoria begin to ease with five visitors allowed in homes | ABC News