The Western Pacific Fishery Management Council had its 166th meeting last month on Saipan and Guam. While council actions were generally limited in scope – for example, requesting council staff to convey its sentiments to various federal agencies on a variety of matters – discussions during the course of the meeting revealed much about the general views of several individuals on the council on topics of critical importance when it comes to managing marine fisheries in an era of global climate change.
Climate Change Deniers
Hawai`i council member McGrew Rice is a charter boat captain based in Kona. During a discussion . . .
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