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Aging fishermen key to rebuilding stock?

The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development has written a new report titled "Rebuilding Fisheries: The Way Forward." In it, they lay out a number of ideas on how collapsed fishing stocks can be rebuilt worldwide. Andrew Kurjata spoke with the OECD's head of the Fisheries Policy Division about the report, Carlos-Christian Schmidt who laid out some details of the plan and explained why an ageing population presents an important opportunity. 

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