Food Security

Small-scale fisheries are old, driven by tradition and vital for our oceans

A woman sorts through fish at an artisanal fish processing facility in the coastal town of Joal-Fadiouth, Senegal. Image: REUTERS/Sylvain Cherkaoui

John Virdin

Directer, Ocean Policy Program, Duke University

Xavier Basurto

Associate Professor of Sustainability Science, Duke University

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