Global Fisheries' Troubled Waters
Interviewee: Ellen K. Pikitch
July 18, 2007 - Council on Foreign Relations - New York
By Interviewer: Toni Johnson
Sushi lovers recently learned they might get deer or other meat in their maki rolls because international fishing quotas have been lowered to protect blue-fin tuna stocks. But environmental groups say the quotas still might not prevent the the collapse of certain fish populations. ...Ellen K. Pikitch, executive director for the Pew Institute for Ocean Science, says management of international fisheries has a long way to go. ...
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