We were very pleased to complete a three day training session this month in Lima with the Peruvian Ministry of Production’s vessel surveillance division. It was an opportunity for us to share the latest developments on the Global Fishing Watch mapping platform and to get expert feedback from professionals in Peru’s fisheries sector.
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We are thrilled to announce that Amy McCormick has joined the SkyTruth team as our new Development Director. Amy brings with her a wealth of fundraising experience and grant writing savvy, as well as boundless enthusiasm and a passion for environmental protection. Amy’s most recent career chapter has been spent in Portland, Oregon, working for […]
My name is Johnna Armstrong. Like a lot of us at SkyTruth, I wear a couple of different hats, but mostly I’m a Sys. Admin, and I also do some project management, keep the website and our in-house tools running, and (try to) keep up with the latest security hacks and phishing exploits. For the […]
In case you missed it, you can catch Oceans of Crime, about human trafficking and other illegal practices that go into providing the world’s seafood here. We’re so proud of SkyTruth’s own Bjorn Bergman, who is featured in this investigative piece.
Today, a big announcement was made at The Ocean Conference at the United Nations: the Republic of Indonesia has made its fishing activity data public by allowing it to be published in Global Fishing Watch. This is an unprecedented move — governments that require vessels to use their proprietary vessel management systems (VMS) typically restrict […]