Turning the Tide: Sustaining the Ocean Harvest

Most of the World's commercially important fish species are fished to capacity, and many have been depleted, transforming marine ecosystems. While there is increasing awareness of the economic and environmental costs of overfishing, what are the means for protecting marine ecosystems and sustaining the future of our oceans? Three dedicated marine stewards and experts, Mike Boots, David Helvarg and Jim Humphrey, offer answers to J. Carl Ganter.

Festival: 2007

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