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Track and trace: transparent and digitized fishing data is crucial to ocean resilience

People collect fish on the beach during the coronavirus outbreak in Da Nang, Vietnam May 6, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Kham

Tony Long

Chief Executive Officer, Global Fishing Watch

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Global Fishing Watch’s map tracks the movements of about 65,000 large, industrial fishing vessels all over the world in near real time
Global Fishing Watch’s map tracks the movements of about 65,000 large industrial fishing vessels all over the world in near real time. Image: Global Fishing Watch
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