Fish School

White Paper: The Global Cost of Illegal Fishing

Global losses to illegal fishing are estimated to amount to $36.4 billion every year. Unregulated overfishing threatens the food supply and livelihoods of over 500 million people.

Enforcement of illegal fishing has traditionally focused on limiting the sale of illegally caught fish through global supply chains.

The complexity of modern supply chains make this method of enforcement weak unless bolstered by effective action in the ocean.

This white paper explores:

  • The impact of illegal fishing on the global economy and environment
  • The key challenges to facing illegal fishing enforcement
  • New technologies combating illegal fishing at every step in the supply chain

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