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Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan

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Kamis, 07 Jul 2022 16:28 WIB

Kenya - Nelayan Kenya banyak mengeluhkan berkurangnya tangkapan ikan Tuna yang mereka dapatkan. Perubahan iklim hingga persaingan dengan kapal besar menjadi masalahnya.

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Nelayan melaut untuk menangkap Tuna di pelabuhan Shimoni di daerah Kwale, Kenya, Jumat (10/6/2022).  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Nelayan Kenya banyak mengeluhkan berkurangnya tangkapan Tuna yang mereka dapatkan.  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Air yang memanas akibat perubahan iklim memaksa spesies tuna untuk mengubah pola migrasinya, sehingga mempersulit nelayan lokal untuk menangkapnya.  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Selain itu stok ikan juga menurun karena kurangnya penangkapan ikan yang berkelanjutan oleh kapal yang lebih besar.  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Tuna sirip kuning khususnya sangat jarang mereka dapatkan bahkan harganya kini meroket di pasaran. Jika berhasil mendapatkan tuna sirip kuning, itu terasa seperti keberuntungan bagi nelayan.  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Seorang nelayan setelah perburuan lima hari di Teluk Gazi dan tepi laut Vanga akhirnya bisa menangkap seekor tuna sirip kunung dengan berat enam setengah kilogram.  

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Seorang nelayan juga mengatakan sebagian besar nelayan tradisional tidak memiliki keterampilan, pengetahuan, dan dukungan keuangan untuk bersaing dengan kapal asing yang lebih besar.

Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)

Menanggapi hal tersebut, Dennis Oigara, Dinas Perikanan Kenya, mengatakan Pemerintah Kenya akan menerapkan strategi ekonomi untuk mengatasi dampak perubahan iklim pada mata pencaharian orang-orang di pantai, serta meningkatkan keterampilan di kalangan nelayan tradisional dan mempromosikan praktik penangkapan ikan yang lebih berkelanjutan.  

Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan
Perubahan Iklim Bikin Nelayan Kenya Susah Dapat Ikan

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