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All fishing nations must unite to cut subsidies

All fishing nations must unite to cut subsidies NATURE|Vol 450|13 December 2007 CORRESPONDENCE hydrologists generally agree that, although lifestyle-related diseases, such as obesity, All fishing nations must forests mitigate floods at the local scale and type-2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular unite to cut subsidies for small to medium-sized flood events, there disease, are different. They develop slowly, is no evidence of significant benefit at larger in response to chronic food intoxication SIR — The threat of overfishing to world scales and for larger events. and lack of exercise, causing a long-lasting fisheries is well documented, but not enough Laurance also recognizes the omission imbalance between excess energy intake and attention has been paid to government of extreme events in the Bradshaw analysis. insufficient energy expenditure. And they subsidies as an important factor in their But we argue that this seriously weakens the require a different approach. decline. Subsidies, or government payments policy importance of the results. It is these Paternalistic health-care systems will be to the fishing sector, estimated at US$30–34 extreme events that matter: economic of little avail because they fail to activate the billion a year, are key drivers of the damage and loss of life grow exponentially individual’s motivation to care continuously unsustainable exploitation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nature Springer Journals

All fishing nations must unite to cut subsidies

Nature , Volume 450 (7172) – Dec 12, 2007

All fishing nations must unite to cut subsidies

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NATURE|Vol 450|13 December 2007 CORRESPONDENCE hydrologists generally agree that, although lifestyle-related diseases, such as obesity, All fishing nations must forests mitigate floods at the local scale and type-2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular unite to cut subsidies for small to medium-sized flood events, there disease, are different. They develop slowly, is no evidence of significant benefit at larger in response to chronic food intoxication SIR — The threat of overfishing to...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2007 by Nature Publishing Group
Subject
Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinary; Science, multidisciplinary
ISSN
0028-0836
eISSN
1476-4687
DOI
10.1038/450945a
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Abstract

NATURE|Vol 450|13 December 2007 CORRESPONDENCE hydrologists generally agree that, although lifestyle-related diseases, such as obesity, All fishing nations must forests mitigate floods at the local scale and type-2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular unite to cut subsidies for small to medium-sized flood events, there disease, are different. They develop slowly, is no evidence of significant benefit at larger in response to chronic food intoxication SIR — The threat of overfishing to world scales and for larger events. and lack of exercise, causing a long-lasting fisheries is well documented, but not enough Laurance also recognizes the omission imbalance between excess energy intake and attention has been paid to government of extreme events in the Bradshaw analysis. insufficient energy expenditure. And they subsidies as an important factor in their But we argue that this seriously weakens the require a different approach. decline. Subsidies, or government payments policy importance of the results. It is these Paternalistic health-care systems will be to the fishing sector, estimated at US$30–34 extreme events that matter: economic of little avail because they fail to activate the billion a year, are key drivers of the damage and loss of life grow exponentially individual’s motivation to care continuously unsustainable exploitation

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Published: Dec 12, 2007

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