Energy & Environment

Pacific Bigeye Tuna Go Without Strong International Protections

·By Patricia Tummons

Courtesy of NOAA

More than a decade after scientists began offering advice to help limit fishing, a deal remains elusive.

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Patricia Tummons

Patricia Tummons is editor of Environment Hawai i, a publication she helped to found in 1990. Before that, she wrote editorials for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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Why is it so hard to come to a substantive international agreement to restore such fish stocks? Does an article like this make you question your diet?