Money in the Water: Global Subsidy Reform & the Fishing Industry

By Cora Sorenson Due to overexploitation marine fish populations are in decline around the world. This has both severe global environmental as well as social impacts: weakened ocean ecosystems, depleted fish stocks, and the decline of artisanal coastal fishing communities. Furthermore, it puts large-scale fishing economies at risk by threatening the long-term viability of a … Continue reading Money in the Water: Global Subsidy Reform & the Fishing Industry