Marine life could recover by 2050 with the right policies, study finds

Marine life could recover by 2050 with the right policies, study finds


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Despite centuries of rampant overfishing and pollution, marine life in the world’s oceans could be fully restored in as little as 30 years with aggressive conservation policies.

In order to achieve this marine recovery, nations around the globe must agree to designate 20 to 30 percent of the oceans as marine protected areas, institute sustainable fishing guidelines, and regulate pollution…

Read Full Article, Yale E360 (04-02-2020)

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