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The shark selling area. Photo: Longshot productions / TRAFFIC

刚果渔民的捕捞对象转向鲨鱼

The shark selling area. Photo: Longshot productions / TRAFFIC

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Published 17th August 2020

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刚果渔民的捕捞对象转向鲨鱼,但过度捕捞令当地的食物安全、居民生计和鲨鱼种群生存置于危机之中

2020年8月17日,刚果共和国,布拉柴维尔 —— 由于商业性渔业对其他鱼类过度捕捞所导致的资源日益稀缺,刚果的渔民正越来越多地将捕捞对象转向鲨鱼:一份新发布的TRAFFIC报告发现,迫切需要改善相关立法和管理,以防止对鲨鱼的过度捕捞并保护当地居民的生计。

Artisanal Shark Trade in the Republic of the Congo

Report author(s):
Momballa Mbun

Publication date:
August 2020


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TRAFFIC在刚果开展的可持续鲨鱼捕捞渔业工作是由Arcadia(一家由Lisbet Rausing和Peter Baldwin成立的慈善基金会)通过支持减少贸易对非洲野生物种和生态系统的威胁(ReTTA)项目资助的,该项目致力于分析非法或不可持续贸易的趋势,并帮助制定相关国家和国际解决方案,扭转濒危野生动物的生存趋势。


About Arcadia

Arcadia supports charities and scholarly institutions that preserve cultural heritage and the environment. Since 2002, Arcadia has awarded more than $1 billion to projects around the world. For more information, visit https://www.arcadiafund.org.uk/