NAPA: Herring collapse on the horizon without urgent action


Coalition determines one of Europe’s most iconic and lucrative fish stocks could take a significant hit if current levels of overfishing continue

Atlanto-Scandian herring in the Northeast Atlantic could face a potential repeat of the 1960s herring collapse if governments do not take steps to stop overfishing, according to new research from the North Atlantic Pelagic Advocacy Group (NAPA).

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