South American reduction fisheries in decline, says SFP


The management of reduction fisheries in South America continues to stagnate or even decline, according to a new report by SFP

Compared to 2022, in the sustainability category, two European fisheries improved while two South American fisheries dropped.

The majority of fisheries assessed continue to be reasonably well managed or better, but performance has been slowly declining since 2018, says SFP.

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