The Ocean

Expanding marine protected areas could boost fish yields – but there's a catch

MPAs help to conserve marine habitats, manage fisheries sustainably and make food supplies more secure. Image: Unsplash/ Sebastian Pena Lambarri

Peter JS Jones

Reader in Environmental Governance, UCL

Rick Stafford

Professor of Marine Biology and Conservation, Bournemouth University

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There are a number of marine reserves across the worlds oceans. Image: Marine Conservation Institute/Wikipedia

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