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High stakes on the high seas: A call for international reserves
by Nicola Jones
Yale Environment 360 Translate This Article
29 September 2016
On 29 September 2016 Yale Environment 360 reported:
Marine protected areas in national waters have proven successful in helping depleted fish stocks to recover. Now, there is growing momentum for the creation of extensive reserves on the high seas as a way of reversing decades of rampant overfishing. The United Nations is working up a new legally binding agreement on high seas biodiversity, for example, and an international Global Ocean Commission released its final report on protecting the high seas in February of this year.
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