Residents lack tools to monitor destructive fishing
The Jakarta Post,
PREMIUM Local fishermen and activists on Nusa Lembongan stated Saturday they do not have the necessary equipment to monitor destructive fishing practices carried out by fishermen from outside the area, placing the tiny island's underwater treasures in constant danger. Suarbawa, a local resident, said many fishermen from outside the island were regularly seen anchoring their boats some 500 meters ...
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