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Over Fishing Hurting Ocean Health

A majority of the world’s fish stocks are fully exploited or overexploited when 37 percent of the global population (~2.8 billion people) live in coastal communities. Many of these communities depend on the health of the oceans for their livelihoods.

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Over Fishing Hurting Ocean Health

A majority of the world’s fish stocks are fully exploited or overexploited when 37 percent of the global population (~2.8 billion people) live in coastal communities. Many of these communities depend on the health of the oceans for their livelihoods.
127M
people impacted
$219.9B
potential funding
the problem
Nature and Context

The issue of overfishing is as much a human problem as it is an environmental one. Reducing overfishing requires both better business practices and natural resource conservation.

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the impact
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  • Sustainable fishing methods

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