Senegal's fishing community will act on foreign fleets if government doesn't
Senegal's fisherman blame foreign trawlers for taking their catch
Publisher: The Guardian
Date Written: 13/04/2012
Year Published: 2012
Resource Type: Article
Annual catches by local fishermen in Senegal are down seventy-five percent from catches ten years ago, resulting in hunger and economic instability. Community leaders in Senegal are warning developed nations whose fleets trawl their waters that overfishing may lead to piracy as it has in Somalia.
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