The way the world is currently consuming (and wasting) seafood, we will soon be living on our familiar blue planet with oceans that abound in plastic debris rather than marine life.

What if we could make a few relatively simple reforms and start seeing improved fisheries worldwide in just 10 years?

What if those reforms could ensure that 98 percent of the world’s fisheries would be biologically healthy and feeding the world on a sustainable basis by 2050?

What if, finally, it doesn’t require the old, deeply unpopular method of shutting down fisheries and leaving fishing boats idle at the dock?

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