How the Pacific Islands are Balancing COVID-19 Survival Demands on Coastal Fisheries With Sustainable Management
Coastal fisheries in the Pacific Islands have become a food and livelihood lifeline to many people who have lost jobs, especially in urban centres and tourism, following COVID-19 lockdowns and border closures. Now governments and development organisations are trying to meet the crisis-driven survival needs of here and now, while also considering the long-term consequences on near shore marine resources and habitats.
"In Vanuatu, we don't have any cases of COVID-19. But around us the world is in lockdown and...
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