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2005 UN Fish Stock Assessment

Driftnet Fishing and Freedom of the High Seas

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Overfishing is depleting fish stock faster than it can replenish itself. This is a threat to the world food supply. Driftnet fishing decimates fish numbers and kills huge numbers Read More
Big business fish trawling


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Basic math would suggest that if you subtract more than you add, you’re left with less than nothing. Like all other ecosystems, this rule also applies to oceans. When we catch ad Read More
Seafood Buyers Guide

Sustainable Seafood - Seafood Buyers Guide

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Three quarters of the world's oceans are already officially over-exploited or fished right up to their limit. There are literally too many boats taking too many fish, often by meth Read More
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  • Date Added: Mar 13, 2010
  • By Australian Marine Conservation Society

More Congressional Fisheries Misdirection

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This post was originally published on Despite its caption, the “Transparent and Science-Based Fishery Management Act of 2012,” H.R. 6350, introduced by Read More

WWF calls for firm limits on tuna fisheries to address overfishing

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Manila, Philippines: WWF urges the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) to adopt pragmatic measures for limiting the catch of species in the Western Central Pac Read More

The Ripple Effect of Overfishing Our Oceans

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The Ripple Effect of Overfishing Our OceansBy Stacey Geis | Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Stacey Geis' daughter kayaking in Elkhorn Slough, located on the Monterey Bay coastline. Ph Read More
Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching

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Coral bleaching occurs when, due to stress, the coral expels the zooxanthellae algae with which it has a symbiotic relationship. This stress can come in the form of higher water te Read More

International Unsustainable Overfishing

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Skipjack tuna and bycatch caught in the eastern Pacific using a Fish Aggregation Device (FAD) in 2009.Despite the crisis facing our oceans, we often hear excuses from industry play Read More

This Week in Talking Fish

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Catch up with the latest news from, a blog brought to you by CLF and other organizations and individuals who want to see a sustainable fishing industry in New Engla Read More

Ending the overfishing crisis

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Less than six months after sailing through the Indian Ocean last year, Greenpeace has returned to the region to help end overfishing and create sustainable tuna fisheries Read More
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  • Date Added: Apr 19, 2013
  • By Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand
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