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    EMMA CARDWELL: Selling the silver: The enclosure of the UK's fisheries
    July 7, 2014 -- Fishing quotas were meant to conserve stocks and support fishing communities. But they have achieved the reverse - rewarding the most rapacious fishing enterprises and leaving small scale fisherfolk with nothing.
    GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES: 'Listening' lawmakers must heed calls for Magnuson reform
    July 3, 2014 -- Without significant Magnuson-Stevens reforms, fishermen will be forced to somehow stay afloat through the NOAA limit cuts, and fishing communities like Gloucester will continue to face the same “economic disaster” they face today.
    NILS STOLPE: Atlantic herring - lots of smoke but where’s the fire?
    July 3, 2014 -- Has all of the smoke surrounding the Atlantic herring fishery been generated by an actual crisis or by well-oiled, foundation supported smoke machines in fisheries governance?
    DAVID NEWMAN: Fish Stocks on the Rebound
    June 30, 2014 -- Thanks to the American fisheries law, the Magnuson-Stevens Act, many American fish populations, including summer flounder and black sea bass, have recovered from depletion and are being managed sustainably for the first time in more than a generation.
    GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES: Positive growth on the waterfront
    June 30, 2014 -- The news that Mortillaro Lobster Co. is seeking to expand through building a new wharf that will hold a two-story, 5,000-square-foot building on its property along Commercial Street is the latest clear sign that Gloucester’s waterfront businesses are adapting well to changes in the fishing industry and around the city’s harbor.
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ROGER BERKOWITZ: Taking stock of fishing's future

December 16, 2014 -- Many environmentalists focus solely on “overfishing,” and repeat that word like a mantra, but I (and others) believe that the real problem is climate change. Fishermen have been telling me for the past few years about rising water temperatures. Fish like cod simply can't survive in warmer waters, and move to colder areas.