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Managing fish stocks shared by nations must focus on the impacts of climate change

By Juliano Palacios Abrantes, Postdoctoral researcher, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
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Shared fish stocks of hundreds of marine species have been historically exploited by many countries across the world.

As oceans get warmer and marine species move across international borders toward waters with more favourable environmental conditions, these fish stocks face additional pressures, further challenging the achievement of international sustainability goals.

The United Nations has set ambitious sustainable development goals (SDGs) including…The Conversation

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