Crackdown on illegal fishing

16.10.2018 - 14:06
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Crackdown on illegal fishing
A new international alliance sets out to combat illegal fishing
 
 

Eight nations have teamed in the fight against illegal fishing: Norway, the Faroes, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Namibia, Ghana, the Solomon Islands, Palau and Kiribati.

Illegal fishing is said to be such a comprehensive problem that one in five fish may be caught illegally.

According to a report from Chasing Red Herrings, illegal fishing represents annual losses of DKK 150 billion for the established fishery industry.

A key objective of the new alliance is to shed light on the seriousness of illegal fishing.

Translated by prosa.fo

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