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The Cost to Doing Nothing in the South China Sea
Description: UBC Fisheries Economics Research Unit Director Dr. Rashid Sumaila and Associate Professor Dr. William Cheung published a new report on the future of fish in South China Sea.
Date: 18 November 2015
Author: Adam Minter
Source: Bloomberg View
Professor and Director of the Fisheries Economics Research Unit at UBC, Dr. Rashid Sumaila, and UBC Associate Professor Dr. William Cheung have recently published a report on the effects of the current status of fishing activities in the South China Sea. The report, which was mentioned on a Bloomberg View article, predicts a loss of approximately 60 percent of stocks in South China Sea if nothing is done to achieve multilateral agreements and resolve the tensions among the states in the region. 

Read the full story on Bloomberg View. Read Dr. Sumaila and Dr. Cheung's full report here.
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