Fishing – A Fascinating Profession
By: M.S. René Loaiza, Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Manager, CEDO Fishing represents the livelihood and income for approximately 12 million people around the world. Around 90% of these people fish in small boats. The Gulf of California in Mexico is a provider of food and...
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School of the Sea
By: Paloma A. Valdivia-Jiménez, CEDO Education, Communication, and Outreach Manager In the framework of celebrations for Education Day (January 24) and Environmental Education Day (January 26) in Mexico, we are launching one of the most innovative educational projects of the Intercultural Center for the Study...
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A Few Thoughts on the Importance of Fishing and Aquaculture in Sonora
By: Dr. Miguel Ángel Cisneros Mata | Researcher at National Institute of Fishing and Aquaculture Three important elements converged in 2020: 1) The 25th anniversary of the publication of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (FAO 1995). 2) The mandate to achieve the key...
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