John Kerry | September 30, 2016
Responding To: Climate Change and the Oceans: Challenges Ahead
Ocean Degradation as a Source of Conflict
The world's nations can build upon such examples as Hawaii and establish many more protected areas, but globally they also have to tackle international predatory fishing, the illegal capture or trafficking of endangered fish species in international waters (the high seas), and take steps to avert a growing Tragedy of the Commons.
In addition, countries and all stakeholders will have to agree on appropriate economic incentives, creative fishery management tools and stronger legal, regulatory and enforcement frameworks as global policy instruments to address declining fish stocks, ocean acidification, coral reef destruction, and widespread ocean pollution.
Dr. Camille Gaskin-Reyes is an adjunct professor at the Center for Latin American Studies in the Walsh School of Foreign Service. She specializes in development policy and practice in Latin America and the Caribbean with special emphasis on sustainable development, natural resource, and water management as well as urban planning and municipal development strategies.
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