Shrinking Fisheries 30.2

Published: January 2004

Editorial: Mayday! Mayday!

Empty Nets - Daniel Pauly
Fisheries are in decline around the world as fishing technology outstrips ecological capacity.

Freshwater Fiasco - Jon Hornung

Ocean Oil Threatens Fisheries - Gretchen Fitzgerald

On the Menu - Gretchen Fitzgerald
A consumer’s guide to eating seafood responsibly.

Wanted: New Management - Terry Glavin
Many of Canada’s fisheries are in crisis, but new forms of management suggest a more sustainable future may be possible.

Catch of the Day - Mike Skladany and Peter Vandergeest
Seafood campaigns are reaching consumers but they risk oversimplification.

Healthy Fishing - Jennifer Dawson, David Kraft and Donald Cole
The Great Lakes should be cleaned up – for the sake of the fish and the fishers.

Dioxins Undermined Lake Ontario Fishery - John Peterson Myers

Fish Fat Facts - Janice Harvey
Informed food choices will decrease exposure to contaminants. More Alternatives

World Social Forum Takes on Coke

Science Desk - Liann Bobechko and Steve Stockton
Why sperm counts are down in city and country.

Letter from South Stukely - Darren Bardati
Quebec landowners want local energy corridor to be a nature reserve.

Political Science - Stephen Bocking
It’s time to review the usefulness of the “ecological footprint” concept.

Stir It Up - Tooker Gomberg
Let’s fight smog like we fought smoking.

The Call of the Moon - Guy Dauncey
Turn to the tides for the latest source of clean, renewable energy.

The New Conquistadores - Karyn Keenan
Multinational mining companies face off against disgruntled communities in Peru.
Gold Mine Poisons Villagers

Reviews

Net Loss - Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin
Unnatural Law - David R. Boyd
What If …? Collected Writings 1986-2000 - Paolo Soleri
Deceit and Denial - Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner
Enviropop edited - Mark Meister and Phyllis M. Japp

Reviews Special to the web

Northern Lights against POPs: Combatting Toxic Threats in the Arctic - David Leonard Downie and Terry Fenge, eds.
Panarchy: Understanding Transformations in Human and Natural Systems - Lance H. Gunderson and C.S. Holling, eds.
Tangled Routes: Women, Work, and Globalization on the Tomato Trail - Deborah Barndt
Bringing The Food Economy Home - Helena Norberg  -Hodge, Todd Merrifield and Steven Gorelick
Secret Ingredients: The Brave New World of Industrial Farming - Stuart Laidlaw
Off the Map: An Expedition Deep into Empire and the Global Economy - Chellis Glendinning
Against the Machine: The Hidden Luddite Tradition in Literature, Art, and Individual Lives - Nicols Fox
The Policy Process: A Practical Guide for Natural Resource Professionals - Tim W. Clark
Foundations of Natural Resources Policy and Management - Tim W. Clark, Andrew R. Willard and Christina M. Cromley, eds.

Off the Beat - Neuromarketing

On the Shelf - Greg Michalenko
The new and revised Home Place by Stan Rowe is still a favourite.

Brain Mulch - Ryan D. Kennedy
Ryan rises to face his latest local environmental challenge: bulk mail.

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