Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021

Ending harmful fisheries subsidies would improve the health of our ocean. This is why

Most subsidies wind up encouraging overfishing in coastal waters and on the high seas, harming the local fisheries industry they are supposed to support. Image: Unsplash

Maria Damanaki

Principal Advisor, SYSTEMIQ, UK; Principal Advisor, The Paradise International Foundation, China, Member of Friends of Ocean Action

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