The Ocean

These Pacific islands have an innovative scheme to prevent overfishing in their waters

The overexploitation of the world’s fish stocks has been described as “a man-made tragedy in the making” by Mukhisa Kituyi. Image: Unsplash/David Clode

Sean Fleming

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