Monterey Bay Aquarium report on future of global seafood supply

Global prospects for securing a sustainable seafood supply and protecting ocean ecosystems are improving, thanks to a growing consensus on how best to manage fisheries and fish-farming operations, and new commitments by consumers, major buyers and the fishing community. Full Story
Water-Viewer

Seaside, CA

#1 Oct 20, 2009
Seafood supply is improving? It's about damn time they kind of went on the same side as the fishermen. It NEVER got depleated out there in the first place! Just the "big-wigs" sitting behind a desk that make the big bucks "THINK" it's bad out there when it's not! They need to keep more areas out there opened, rather than keeping them closed!
maybe vigilante

Salinas, CA

#2 Oct 20, 2009
Hurray education. The world seems to be learning....I hope we continue to learn from our successes as well as it looks like here that we are learning from our failures. Good job science teachers. You rock.
Water-Viewer

Seaside, CA

#3 Oct 22, 2009
Open up the waters for fishing AND fishermen to make a living out there!

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