The Ocean

We have the tools to tackle illegal fishing. It’s time to use them

It remains difficult to catch rogue ships, but we now have the tech to detect ships that are flouting the law. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Jim Leape

Core Team, Blue Food Assessment; Member of Friends of Ocean Action; Co-Director, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions

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