The fundamental human rights of Ghanaian fishing communities, such as the right to adequate food and decent work, are being threatened by the government’s failure to tackle overfishing and illegal fishing by industrial trawlers.
The strongest pillar: Why women are crucial for the sustainable future of Liberia's fisheries27th September, 2021
The strongest pillar: Why women are crucial for the sustainable future of Liberia's fisheries
Surviving the storms: Climate displacement in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Cyclone Amphan was the most powerful storm to strike the country in more than a decade, killing more than 100 people and displacing millions. This the story of Nurnahar and her family, who were made homeless by the storm and now fear for their future.
Powerless bystanders: Ghana's fishery observers struggle to curb crimes at sea
Ghanaian fisheries observers are bribed, threatened and abused at sea, EJF investigations have revealed.
Dangerous waters: the hidden abuse of migrant workers abroad Korean fishing vessels
EJF has uncovered a shocking prevalence of human rights abuses within South Korea’s distant water fishing fleet. ‘Dangerous Waters’ hears from the migrant fishers suffering maltreatment and abuse aboard these vessels.
Blue carbon: a golden climate mitigation opportunity
Blue carbon | Mangroves
Beneath their flooded, salty soils, mangroves trap enormous quantities of carbon - and if left undisturbed this ‘blue carbon’ can remain locked up for millennia. Add your name to help protect them and our climate: act.ejfoundation.org/bluecarbon
Blue carbon | Seagrasses
Seagrasses are home to fantastic wildlife, from seahorses to manatees, and they also capture and store huge amounts of carbon. Add you name to protect them: act.ejfoundation.org/bluecarbon