A response to criticism of a recent paper that claims high seas fisheries play a negligible role in addressing global food security.
The main conclusion of Schiller et al. – that high seas fisheries play a negligible role in addressing global food security – needs to be considered with some caution. Context is important – it depends on which countries on the globe we are talking about.
A recent article in the Guardian discusses the future of seafood through the lens of the UN Fish and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s latest report on
John West, a seafood cannery known for its tuna products in the UK, is under scrutiny by Greenpeace UK for catching 98% of its tuna
The WWF says seafood species critical to human food security will soon be lost unless we halt overfishing and other anthropogenic threats to marine life.