Menhaden are used to make fish oil and fishmeal, but are harvested unsustainably. Fortunately, there are many alternatives at the grocery store.
fisheries Archives - State of the Planet
New research suggests that declines in wild fish species may compromise nutrition in an already poor region. Substituting cultivated species may not help.
La Pérdida de la Biodiversidad en las Pesquerías continentales de la Amazonía Amenaza la Dieta Humana
Una nueva investigación sugiere que una disminución de especies de peces silvestres puede comprometer la nutrición en una región que ya padece de inseguridad alimentaria. Es posible que la sustitución de especies cultivadas no ayude.
A project that gives farmers access to climate information can help them implement management strategies that protect their fish and other crops.
A student asserts that wind development companies need to take fishermen’s concerns more seriously, so that both industries can coexist successfully.
After near extinction due to overfishing, hydroelectric damming, and climate change, the Columbia River white sturgeon has made a comeback thanks to Indigenous-led restoration.
As salmon suffer in Alaska’s warming snow- and rain-fed rivers, some scientists are looking to glaciers to predict the future of these fish.
The new global environmental report card is out. The 2016 Environmental Performance Index graded 180 countries on how well they are protecting human health and their ecosystems. While the world is making progress in some areas, it is seriously falling behind in others.
Innovations in the 2014 EPI include a new wastewater treatment indicator; a new approach to climate change indicators; and two new satellite-derived indicators for air quality and forests.