Fishy Politics on World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is meant to bring communities from around the globe together to celebrate the vast environmental, economic and social wealth of our oceans. It is also a day to remember the threats to ocean health and overfishing if we don't manage our ocean resources accordingly. Apparently some politicians have other intentions. In her latest op-ed, Laura Huggins highlights the political irony of new legislation to protect our ocean resources.

See also PERC's video "Saving Ocean Fisheries with Property Rights":

Brandon Scarborough is a research fellow at PERC currently focused on the use of water markets in the West to restore stream flows for wildlife, fish and other environmental amenities. He is just completing another project on carbon sequestration and the efficacy of using forest management to address climate change. His other interests include the...
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