There’s an opportunity to rebuild ocean abundance so that there are not only more fish in the sea but there’s more fish to be caught from an abundant sea. There’s more jobs from an abundant sea — there’s more fishing jobs. There’s more food to feed people from an abundant, rebuilt ocean.
Overfishing causes existing fish stocks to become ever more valuable.
It's the latest example of a modern war on the high seas that is fast intruding into Australia's neighborhood – the attempt to protect vulnerable fish stocks from the rampant demand of Asia's growing middle class and fishermen forced south by tensions in the South China Sea.
"It's not just the exotic stuff they're after," said Ian Storey, a security specialist at the ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore. "It's pretty much anything that swims in the ocean."
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