Scientists predict that some species of fish that today are regularly harvested for food may be extinct in a few decades or less. Commercial fishing is causing other environmental problems as well, according to the Audubon Society and other groups. But the demand for fish is growing. A panel talks about managing the demand for fish while protecting the populations and their environments.


  • David Wilmot Executive director of the National Audobon Society Living Oceans Program
  • Andy Rosenberg National Marine Fisheries Institute
  • Justin LeBlanc National Fisheries Institute


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