“Fishing for Catastrophe”: Farmed fish diets wiping out wild fish stocks in Asia and Africa, new report reveals

Changing Markets Foundation highlights links between The Netherlands’ biggest supermarkets and unsustainable, illegal fishing in India, Vietnam and The Gambia

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