Without permits, 4 thousand fishing boats in Yucatan

In Yucatan there are no windows for the processing of permits granted by Conapesca.  Sepasy.

Campeche authorities without strategies to combat illegal fishing

Campeche, (November 25, 2021).- Although fishing is a very important economic activity in the state,.

Tracking The Dark Fleet of Illegal Fisheries

Dark fleets – illegal fishing vessels which deactivate their tracking devices in order to fish.

Oceana calls for more protection for Yucatan’s Alacranes Reef

Oceana inc. is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose objective is marine conservation, through activism and.

Overexploitation terminates the sea cucumber population in Yucatan

MÉRIDA, Yuc., (June 29, 2021).- The president of the National Chamber of the Fishing and.

Ten arrested for illegal fishing in Cozumel, Quintana Roo

Agents of the Mexican Navy report the arrest of 10 fishermen for poaching in Cozumel.

Illegal fishing threatens marine species in the Yucatán Peninsula

The president of the Federation of the local Fishery Cooperativas, José Luis Carrillo Galáz, informed.

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