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Rashid Sumaila named one of the most influential Africans in 2023

Solving-FCB co-director Dr. Rashid Sumaila has been named one of the most influential Africans in 2023 by the premier magazine New African. This comes after an award-heavy year including winning the Tyler Prize alongside Dr. Daniel Pauly and the Prince Albert I Medal. From New African Magazine: Professor Rashid Sumaila, the Canada-based research chair in … Read more

Dr. Rashid Sumaila named as 2022 AAAS Fellow

This article was originally posted at oceans.ubc.ca. Click here to view. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected Dr. Rashid Sumaila to the newest class of AAAS Fellows, among the most distinct honours within the global scientific … Read more

Media Coverage Roundup – September 2022

Sep 26. Globe Climate: Why getting women and girls in the fishing boat is good for the environment. Globe and Mail.  Sep 11. Ocean fish stocks in danger without climate change action, say B.C. researchers. Tricity News.  Sep 1. Global fish stocks can’t rebuild if nothing done to halt climate change and overfishing. Science Daily.  … Read more

Media Coverage Roundup – August 2022

Aug 31. EU needs to act on the science to preserve oceans. EU Observer.  Aug 18. Rashid Sumaila, experto internacional en pesca, en Puerto de Ideas Biobío: “Sin peces no habrá pesqueras”. El Mostrador.  Aug 18. Rashid Sumaila, experto internacional en pesca, en Puerto de Ideas Biobío: “Sin peces no habrá pesqueras”. Fundacion Terram.  Aug … Read more

Media Coverage Roundup – July 2022

July 25.  EQUALSEA work session in Vigo. EqualSea.  July 16. La primera versión de Puerto de Ideas Biobío pondrá su foco en la naturaleza. El Mercurio.  July 05. The cod delusion. Canadian Geographic.  July 01. It’s Taken More than 20 Years and Is Full of Holes, but a New International Agreement Targets Fishing Subsidies. Hakai … Read more

Media Coverage Roundup – June 2022

June 29. Breakfast Briefing: Fisheries Management as Climate Action. Our Fish – UN Ocean Conference 2022  June 29. Ressources halieutiques : l’océan toujours plus surexploité. Le Monde.  June 28. Aquaculture drives aquatic food yields to new high. France24.  June 28. Oceans Saved Us, Now We Can Return the Favour. News18.  June 26. Science Symposium: Fisheries … Read more