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Isaac Lawlor
Isaac Lawlor Campaign leader

This article explains a new technology to protect fish like never before, governments should be taking advantage of this. The technology is…Read More

How to catch the overfishermen

The Economist
OVERFISHING is reaching catastrophic levels. According to a recent study, stocks of the biggest predatory species, such as tuna and swordfish, may have fallen by 90% since the 1950s. Another study, published last week in Science, suggests extinction is on the cards for many species. This matters for numerous reasons, not the least of which is that…Read More
Isaac Lawlor
Isaac Lawlor Campaign leader

This article explains what you can do to help along with some other resources like safe catch limits, controls on by-catch, protection of…Read More

Overfishing - A global environmental problem, threat to our oceans and disaster.

You seem to have javascript turned off. While you won't loose out on any information this site does uses javascript for some of its features. You might want to turn it on in order to enjoy the full experience. Overfishing basics What can I do to help The effects of overfishing are still reversible, that is, if we act now and act strongly. When…Read More
Isaac Lawlor
Isaac Lawlor Campaign leader

This is an article on how we can further prevent fisherman from damaging coral reefs and the eco system, along with facts that support…Read More

How to stop fishermen fishing

The Economist
ACIDIFICATION, warming, the destruction of coral reefs: the biggest problems facing the sea are as vast, deep and seemingly intractable as the oceans themselves. So long as the world fails to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases, cause of the global warming behind these troubles, they will grow. By comparison, overfishing, another great curse,…Read More
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