Fishing communities will face warmer, acid oceans

Inter Press Service: Eating fish has been an integral part of the Caribbean`s cultural traditions for centuries. Fish is also a major source of food and essential nutrients, especially in rural areas where there are scores of small coastal communities. "That is the protein that they have to put in their pot, and sometimes it has to stretch for very many mouths," Dr. Susan Singh-Renton, deputy executive director of the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), told IPS."Globally we have to be prepared for significant......

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