RESTORING THE DELTA FISHERIES: A WEALTHY HERITAGE FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

RESTORING THE DELTA FISHERIES: A WEALTHY HERITAGE FOR GLOBAL IMPACT
RESTORING THE DELTA FISHERIES: A WEALTHY HERITAGE FOR GLOBAL IMPACT
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/10/2020
9:15 am - 2:00 pm

Location
University of Port Harcourt, East/West Road, PMB 5323 Choba, Rivers State, Nigeria

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WORLD FISH MIGRATION DAY NIGERIA – THEME – RESTORING THE DELTA FISHERIES: A WEALTHY HERITAGE FOR GLOBAL IMPACT

The World Fish Migration Day is a one-day global celebration to create awareness on the importance of free flowing rivers and migratory fish as migratory fish all over the world depend on free-flowing rivers.

However, in today’s world, river barriers like dams, sluices and many other obstacles threaten many fish species’ survival. Free flowing rivers, that allow fish to travel upriver, increase fish populations in the river and assure healthy river life. The new Living Planet Index for Migratory Freshwater Fish found an average decline of 76% in monitored fish populations.

To this end, the World Fish Migration Foundation Netherlands, and myEnvironment myWealth Nigeria, would love to use this medium to invite you as a core delegate during the program tagged RESTORING NIGER DELTA FISHEIRES slated to hold on Friday October 23, 2020 via a Zoom Webinar Conference with an on-set location at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

SPEAKERS – Professor Chris Enyindah (UAE), Professor Adesope Olufemi (NIGERIA), Shokri Omar Mustafa (KURDISTAN), Dr. Kofi Renner (UNITED KINGDOM), Iniruo Wills (NIGERIA), Stu McGowan (USA) amongst others…

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