Protesting fishermen close Pak Bara waterway in Satun to pressure officials

Protesting anchovy fishermen used their vessels to completely block the Pak Bara waterway in Thailand’s southernmost province of Satun today, to apply pressure on the authorities to meet their demand…

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Fishermen petition against immature fish catches on World Oceans Day

Small-scale fishing folk arrived at the Thai parliament in three small fishing vessels this morning (Wednesday), to petition the government and parliament against the destructive practice of catching inedible and…

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Fishermen to petition against catching of inedible, immature fish

A group of small-scale fishermen, from 23 provinces, arrived in the estuary of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok today (Monday), after a voyage of over 10 days from the…

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Fishermen to rally at Map Ta Phut on Monday seeking compensation over oil spills

Small-scale fishermen in Thailand’s eastern province of Rayong are to rally at the Map Ta Phut industrial estate today (Monday), to demand compensation from Star Petroleum Refining (SPRC), which is…

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About 400 Fishermen in Rayong demand compensation for sea reclamation Credit : Move Forward Party Facebook Page

Fishermen in Rayong demand compensation for sea reclamation

About 400 small fishing boats converged off Takuan beach, in Muang district of Thailand’s eastern province or Rayong, to demand compensation from the state for the anticipated impacts on their…

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This photo taken on October 2, 2020 shows Moken fisherman Sanam Changnam showing his daily catch of fish off the coast of the southern Thai island of Phuket. – The COVID-19 coronavirus has wrought havoc across the world, but for Thailand’s “sea gypsies” it has brought welcome respite from the threat of mass tourism. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Thai fishing sector cries foul over upstream dams on Mekong River

Thais working in the fishing sector in the northeastern province of Nong Khai have expressed grave concern over the falling water level of the Mekong River, which is threatening their…

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Change in colour of Mekong River a boon for local tourism

The changing colour of the Mekong River, from brown to aquamarine, is proving to be a boon for local tourism businesses, but the catches by local fishermen have reduced substantially….

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