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Wonderful, That Bonkers Fishing Game Series Is Back

Wonderful, That Bonkers Fishing Game Series Is Back

Screenshot: Fishing SpiritsThere’s a Japanese arcade game called Fishing Spirits, that in 2019 was ported to the Switch, then released in the West as Ace Angler. It now has a sequel, and it is not your average fishing game.Do not think of, say, Sega Bass Fishing here. This is not intended as an accurate representation…
Call for end to rope fishing

Call for end to rope fishing

Coordinator of the Welcoming the Whales Festival, Lloyd Edwards says nurturing the ocean and conserving sea life for future generations includes using better fishing methods such as acoustic releases which doesn’t entangle sea animals. Founder of Raggy Charters, Lloyd Edwards and Darren De Bruin of Blackfish Charters at the Welcoming The Whales talk at the…
Fishermen’s group signs up to huge windfarm and green hydrogen plan

Fishermen’s group signs up to huge windfarm and green hydrogen plan

Ireland’s largest fishing industry organisation, the Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation (KFO), is to become a partner in a major floating windfarm project that could see billions of euro invested off the coast of Donegal. he organisation signed a memorandum of understanding in recent days with Swedish renewable energy developer Hexicon to advance a massive two gigawatt…
Oceans saved us, now we can return the favor

Oceans saved us, now we can return the favor

On current trends, pollution and overfishing could see as much plastic in the oceans as fish by mid-century. Humanity must heal oceans made sick by climate change, pollution and overfishing in order to rescue marine life and save ourselves, experts warned ahead of a major UN conference opening Monday in Lisbon. By absorbing—decade after decade—a…
Five months later, the Ancón oil spill’s effects linger

Five months later, the Ancón oil spill’s effects linger

This story was originally published by Hakai Magazine and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The port in Ancón, just north of Lima, Peru, should be bustling. It’s a cold and gray Friday morning, around the time when fishers should be returning to port and unloading their catch. But ever since January, when the Spanish oil…
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