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Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing

Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing | FISHING | Scoop.it
The National Federation of the Fisheries Sector (FENAPES) and the Costa Rican Fisheries Federation (FECOP), launched a campaign to collect signatures to back a proposal to regulate tuna fishing with…

Via Kathy Dowsett
kayla ryun's insight:

I think that fisher men shouldn't fish as much as they do. So they don't run low on fish (tuna). But I think that they should try fishing at other places then just costa Rica. That way Costa Rica doesn't run low on tuna. But the down side is that the tuna at other places will have to pay more for tuna, then costa rica. 

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Cole Larson's curator insight, September 27, 2013 7:39 AM

I like how they are trying to help regulate fishing in Costa Rica to help keep more fish breeding in the water of this great fishing hot spot. They are using nets to block off parts of tuna breeding grounds so fishermen don't fish in those regions of water.

Robert Sales's comment, October 2, 2013 9:06 AM
I don't see a problem in the fishing catching. If there was it did say in the article. This fishing produces 90% of the world's tuna fish and would effect 15,000 famlies times average of 2 kids thats 60,000 people it would directly effect and if there is no problem why would you talk about taking action.
Cole Larson's comment, October 3, 2013 7:41 AM
Robert Tuna need to breed and they are being stopped from breeding so they are going to do it.
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Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing

Fisheries Sector Launches Campaign to Protect Costa Rica Tuna Fishing | FISHING | Scoop.it
The National Federation of the Fisheries Sector (FENAPES) and the Costa Rican Fisheries Federation (FECOP), launched a campaign to collect signatures to back a proposal to regulate tuna fishing with…

Via Kathy Dowsett
kayla ryun's insight:

I think that fisher men shouldn't fish as much as they do. So they don't run low on fish (tuna). But I think that they should try fishing at other places then just costa Rica. That way Costa Rica doesn't run low on tuna. But the down side is that the tuna at other places will have to pay more for tuna, then costa rica. 

more...
Cole Larson's curator insight, September 27, 2013 7:39 AM

I like how they are trying to help regulate fishing in Costa Rica to help keep more fish breeding in the water of this great fishing hot spot. They are using nets to block off parts of tuna breeding grounds so fishermen don't fish in those regions of water.

Robert Sales's comment, October 2, 2013 9:06 AM
I don't see a problem in the fishing catching. If there was it did say in the article. This fishing produces 90% of the world's tuna fish and would effect 15,000 famlies times average of 2 kids thats 60,000 people it would directly effect and if there is no problem why would you talk about taking action.
Cole Larson's comment, October 3, 2013 7:41 AM
Robert Tuna need to breed and they are being stopped from breeding so they are going to do it.