April 19, 2021 By Colin Arisman The New York Times
Each summer, salmon begin their journey back to the rivers where they were spawned. Alaskan fishermen, along with whales, eagles and bears, share in the abundance.
April 12, 2021 By Jennifer Jett and Ben Dooley The New York Times
Japan said on Tuesday that it had decided to gradually release tons of treated wastewater from the ruined Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the ocean, describing it as the best option for disposal despite fierce opposition from fishing crews at home and concern from governments abroad.
April 8, 2021 By Miranda Weiss National Geographic
The tiny fishing fleet from St. Paul is losing the fight for halibut, up against factory ships that throw away more of the valuable fish than the Indigenous fishers are allowed to catch.
April 7, 2021 By Michael Le Page New Scientist
Global warming is a “threat multiplier” for habitats and species already under pressure – by understanding how the problems are linked, we can solve two crises at once.
March 23, 2021 By Tatiana Schlossberg The New York Times
Companies are trying to prove that conservation, sustainable fishing and carbon sequestration are profitable.