Conserving Southeast Asia's seas
Sally Yozell, Steen Christensen and Brian Eyler
PREMIUM The United Nations’ call to conserve and sustainably develop the oceans perhaps resonates most with Southeast Asia than in any other part of the world. With a maritime territory three times the size of its landmass, the region is one of the world’s most bountiful and diverse maritime areas. The 10 ASEAN countries account for a quarter of the world’s fish production and 20 mill...
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