NEW YORK -- "Hook Line & Sinking: The Crisis in Marine Fisheries," a National Resources Defense Council report detailing the depletion of U.S. marine fish populations, has stirred up a sea of controversy since it was released at press conferences here, in Washington and San Francisco earlier this month. "Marine fish are in crisis," announced Sarah Chasis, the NRDC's senior attorney, echoing the central conclusion of Hook Line & Sinking. Some prominent members of trade and ...

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