• CHINA. Beijing. Pirated DVDs in a small shop. 2008
  • A dead fish on the shores of a beach in Funafuti. According to RNZ News in 2018, "The European Union has lifted a so-called "yellow card" it had given Tuvalu over its fisheries management. The lifting comes following improvements Tuvalu's made to fight illegal fishing. Tuvalu was issued the yellow card in December 2014, at risk of being considered a "non-cooperating country." Fish caught by vessels operating in these countries can't be imported into the EU. The European Commission said it recognised Tuvalu's progress in addressing shortcomings in its fisheries governance. It said the EU had been able to help Tuvalu combat illegal fishing through a range of measures. " Funafuti, Tuvalu. March, 2019.
  • A young boy puts his hands over his face near a dead fish on the shores of a beach in Funafuti. According to RNZ News in 2018, "The European Union has lifted a so-called "yellow card" it had given Tuvalu over its fisheries management. The lifting comes following improvements Tuvalu's made to fight illegal fishing. Tuvalu was issued the yellow card in December 2014, at risk of being considered a "non-cooperating country." Fish caught by vessels operating in these countries can't be imported into the EU. The European Commission said it recognised Tuvalu's progress in addressing shortcomings in its fisheries governance. It said the EU had been able to help Tuvalu combat illegal fishing through a range of measures. ." Funafuti, Tuvalu. March, 2019.
  • Women return from collecting seafood in the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
  • A woman returns from collecting seafood in the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
  • Worms collected from the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province are weighed. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
  • Women return from collecting seafood in the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
  • A woman returns from collecting seafood in the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
  • Women return from collecting seafood in the mangroves of the Leizhou Peninsula, Guangdong Province. Illegal seafood collection causes damage to the remaining mangroves of the region. Over the past century, the world has lost over 50% of its coastal mangroves. They have been cleared mainly to make way for commercial shrimp and fish farms. The unique trees which live in salt water are valued for the ability to protect shorelines and are home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. 2010
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