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This article is about protected areas that have been protected The purpose of this article is to explain that it is fixable. People should…Read More

Overfishing Could Take Seafood Off the Menu by 2048

Scientific American
In 1994, seafood may have peaked. According to an analysis of 64 large marine ecosystems, which provide 83 percent of the world's seafood catch, global fishing yields have declined by 10.6 million metric tons since that year. And if that trend is not reversed, total collapse of all world fisheries should hit around 2048. "Unless we fundamentally…Read More
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