Oceans can be healthier, even with climate change

New research by EDF and academic partners gives hope

Most of the world’s fisheries can yield more fish, food and prosperity with effective management—even in the face of climate change, according to new research by Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and our academic partners at the University of California Santa Barbara and Oregon State University. While global warming is a serious threat, improving fisheries management is the single most important thing we can do to meet these challenges.

Click the link below to hear more about the findings and how they can help ensure a brighter future where people and oceans can thrive.

Kate Bonzon, Acting Head of Oceans, Environmental Defense Fund
Merrick Burden, Senior Economist, Environmental Defense Fund
Chris Costello, Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics at UC Santa Barbara and EDF Trustee

This Teleconference call was recorded on Wednesday, March 15 at 12:00 pm Eastern

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