Biden’s 30×30 plan is out. What does it mean for fisheries? We breakdown stakeholder responses and look to the future.
New research suggests a swiss-cheese model for sustainable fishery management, along with rebuilding plans.
The 2020 Dungeness crab season was closed early, again due to fears of whale entanglements. New management actions could disincentivize further improvement.
What are the values that drive the people working in fishery management? Griffin Carpenter of the New Economics Foundation explores that question.
Climate change and poor fishery management threaten sustainability. New research shows they also threaten the safety and nutrition of seafood we eat.
In summer 2019, Canada significantly amended their laws governing commercial fishing. We spoke to three Canadian fishery experts to evaluate the changes.
Fishery management goals are to keep stakeholders happy and ensure triple bottom line success. With new protections off the coast of California, the PFMC hit a home a run: fishermen & women get to catch more rockfish on sandy bottoms and coral and sponges are protected for the future.
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