SOUTH TARAWA, KiribatiâThe Pew Charitable Trusts applauded the Pacific island nation of Kiribati today for its establishment of the worldâs second largest shark sanctuary.
Despite What Some Are Saying, We Have To Do Something with Fluke Over the years, I’ve written a lot about summer flounderâ¦ mostly using it as an example of how the conservation provisions of federal fisheries managed law (AKA the Magnuson Stevens Act â MSA) have worked to rebuild stocksâ¦ and subsequently provided access to …
Huge flock of migratory birds landed on acidic waters of an open pit mine where employees attempted to scare them off
Bluefin tuna are powerful ocean predators, growing up to twice the size of a lion and faster than a gazelle. There’s just one fatal flaw in their torpedo-like design: Their flesh is delicious to humans and worth a lot of money, creating a market demand that has led to a history of rampant overfishing.
Speak up about shifting to ecosystem-based management and reallocation
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