Canada: Climate Change Could Slash Natives’ Fish Catches

KUOW: Northwest coastal tribes have counted on salmon and herring for thousands of years to fill their nets and fuel their cultures. That could change in just a few decades as warmer waters drive fish north, according to a study out this week from the University of British Columbia. Researchers looked at 98 species that native, or First Nations, communities catch on the B.C. coast. "What we find is that most of the species will have a decrease in potential catch and abundance by 2050," said UBC professor......

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