Put your words into action, NAPA urges coastal states

Blue whiting

Despite the EU’s stance that progress has been made to end overfishing in the northeast Atlantic, NAPA urges politicians to do more

The North Atlantic Pelagic Advocacy Group is urging coastal states to take action to end overfishing in the northeast Atlantic.

Despite a pledge by the EU and others to work to the UN’s sustainable development goals, NAPA says that poor governance and inadequate management of fisheries has led to the decline of prized pelagic stocks.

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