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A case for protecting India's fisheries

In its report Safeguard or Squander, Greenpeace builds on existing arguments and makes a strong case for a range of measures to be implemented at athe earliest in order to stave off a fisheries collapse, and set India's fisheries on a path to sustainability.

India's marine fisheries are in a state of crisis, despite official statements that there is still scope or fish landings to increase. 90% of India's fish resources are at or above maximum sustainable levels of exploitation.

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