So what should the future of the tuna industry look like? Simply – fewer boats, more fish.

We need fewer industrial-sized fishing boats chasing dwindling tuna populations. If we want fish for the future, we need to change the way we manage our oceans today.

Read more here ☛ http://bit.ly/JEepgy

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