Grasp of inland fishing too shallow

Grasp of inland fishing too shallow

INLAND fish may need to make a bigger splash. Scientists at Michigan State University are recommending raising the profile of small-scale fishing in the world's freshwater bodies in order to better protect food security.

In a recent edition of the journal Global Food Security, scientists noted that competition for fresh water is ratcheting up all over the world for municipal use, hydropower, industrial

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