$60 Million Loss in Revenue Expected in Pacific Islands Tuna Industry by 2050 Due to Climate Change
Revenue from tuna caught within the Economic Exclusive Zones (EEZs) of Pacific Island Countries is expected to decline by 2050, according to Johann Bell, senior director of Pacific tuna fisheries at Conservation International.
He told PACNEWS climate change will affect revenue generated from the industry.
"What we've done with the recent modelling is actually look at how the biomass of tuna might change within the EEZ of Pacific Island countries and territories and how it might change in the high seas areas...
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