India readies shark conservation plan

Sharks India

Aim is to promote sustainable fishing practices and ensure the long-term health of shark populations and the fisheries sector

India is poised to adopt a National Plan of Action for Conservation and Management of Sharks (NPOA) after a consultative meeting in Kochi gathered crucial feedback from stakeholders, including scientists, conservationists, government officials and environmentalists paved the way for its implementation.

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