Malawi's fisheries department plans to copy Mbenje Island's traditions elsewhere, as it has such an abundant supply of fish.
By Reality Check team
Fishing community leaders say Greenpeace's action is dangerous and illegal.
By Roger Harrabin
BBC environment analyst
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Business reporter, BBC News, Oslo
By Adrienne Murray
Business reporter, Faroe Islands
By Rachel Schraer
BBC Reality Check
Meanwhile fishermen in Northern Ireland are facing a cut in the number of prawns they can catch in the Irish Sea next year.
The 15% reduction in quota was agreed at an EU Fisheries Council meeting on Tuesday night.
It comes on top of a significant cut agreed the previous year.
Prawns are the most important stock, accounting for almost half the value of the total Northern Ireland catch.
Alan McCulla of the Anglo-North Irish Fish Producers Organisation said it would it would make 2020 a "difficult year".
By Catherine Byaruhanga and Louise Adamou
BBC News, Seychelles
Marina Gibson uses social media to challenge prejudice and encourage more people to take up angling.
By Sandish Shoker
BBC News Online
The devastating impact of fish fences are just being understood
Force Ngwira is fighting the use of mosquito nets for fishing, which depletes stocks in Lake Malawi.
By Conor Macauley
BBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent
By Beth Timmins
The BBC investigates illegal and unsustainable fishing off the west coast of Africa to find out how one of the most fertile ecosystems on earth has been pushed to the brink.
Mark Lobel looks at efforts to make living in Dubai more environmentally friendly.