"The New Yorker:" Is There Hope for Ocean Fisheries?

In this week’s The New Yorker magazine, Elizabeth Kolbert recounts the work of authors, scientists and historians who have tracked the spectacular decline of species like cod, sharks and bluefin tuna.
“M.P.A.s, smart aquaculture, and I.T.Q.s—these are all worthy proposals that, if instituted on a large enough scale, would probably make a difference. As Roberts notes, it is in ‘everyone’s interest’ to take the steps needed to prevent an ocean-wide slide into slime.”

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