Artisanal fishers in Pucusana, Peru. © Flore de Preneuf/World Bank
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Global Fisheries’ Sunken Billions

Billions of dollars are lost at sea, but different paths to fisheries reform show promising results. Read More »

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“While aquaculture, or fish farming, has grown in recent years, the global marine catch has stagnated since the early 1990s. Almost 90% of marine fisheries assessed by the FAO were considered fully-fished or over-fished in 2013. A new report estimates that the sector could generate an additional $83 billion in net annual benefits if it moved to a more optimal level of fishing, while improving the size, quality and sustainability of fish harvest." Read More»


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