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  • 2 years ago

The annual world seafood catch grew from approximately 19 million tons in 1950 to approximately 90 million tons in 1997. As a consequence, there has been a dramatic decline in the commercial fish populations. What could be a possible successful policy solution to the fisheries problem?

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  1. Zudgemud
    • 2 years ago
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    Easy answer; fish less, use more discriminate fishing methods, manage your fishing stock responsibly and stop wasting cought fish. These problems are all more complicated than this though especially since it involves big money and the jobs of whole communities.

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