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The Perils of Overfishing

Subsidies for fleets end up harming the food supply and the fishing industry itself

Overfishing threatens disaster not only for fish, oceans, and the food supply, but also for fishing itself. The industry’s prosperity declines right along with populations of tuna, shark, swordfish, and other species. Yet all over the world, companies persist in taking more fish than nature

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