Slowing the plunder of Madagascar’s fish stocks

TAMPOLOVE 30 August 2013 (IRIN) – Thin government regulation of Madagascar’s fisheries industry has disguised a steady and unsustainable rise in the sector’s production over the past two decades, which threatens both the long-term survival of key marine species and the livelihoods of fishing-dependent coastal communities, according to local conservation groups.

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