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Tag Archives: fisheries
Fish Imports, Tariffs and Conservation
A recent paper proposes that, post-Brexit, the UK should lower tariffs on imported fish to benefit consumers. That may be a good idea, but the effect on fish stocks in the regions of origin should also be considered. The Institute … Continue reading
Fish Farming – A Major Food Source
Global fishery statistics are not very reliable, but it can be asserted with reasonable confidence that aquaculture and the catching of wild fish are about equally important as human food sources. In a previous post, I noted the FAO’s prediction … Continue reading
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