How decades of overfishing has resulted in an imbalance in our OCEANS — and the catastrophe we risk if we don't stop it.
SUSTAINABLE SEAS can’t coexist with overfishing — and neither can we.
Despite scientists warnings about its cause for catastrophe, overfishing — the harvesting of marine life at rates too high for populations to recover — continues 2.5 times the sustainable level; one-third of commercial fish stocks are being over fish and 90% of fish stocks are consisted fully exploited. If left unaddressed, our oceans may be soon be depleted. Here’s a look at the realities of overfishing.