Tuesday, June 07, 2011

We are trying to manage CO2, we can't even manage fish

Informationisbeautiful prepared this for The Guardian:

Biomass of popularly eaten fish

Weep. In his book The Plundered Planet Paul Collier makes the point that overfishing should be the easiest of all global co-operation problems.

You can download his 82 minute LSE lecture here. We all want fish.

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