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Several years ago, some fishermen in Buru Island, Maluku, joined the Fair Trade program, which aims to empower them to fish in a more environmentally and economically sustainable way. Since then, their concern about the sustainability of fisheries has gradually been assuaged.
To commemorate World Ocean Day, which falls on June 8, here is a story from those who have seen how sustainable fishing has improved their livelihoods. (Photo Courtesy: MDPI/FairTrade-USA/RubberKinife)
(JP/Vela Andapita and Made Anthony Iswara)