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Global Push to Make Seafood Sustainable Again

June, 2017 – Marketing, technology and education are key to making sure that popular fish aren’t eaten into extinction. About a third of fish stocks are overexploited, according to a 2016 report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, with the share of sustainable stocks down from 90% in 1974 to nearly 69% in 2013.

This nikkei.com follows on the heels of U.N.’s first-ever Ocean Conference which is dedicated to reversing the decline in the health of oceans. Writer Ariana King explores the many factors that are key to ensuring that fish stocks remain strong and healthy. Read at:

A global push to make seafood sustainable again



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